. . . if it wasn't attached. Last Sunday I went to the Crows on the Ledge hook in. I'm about half way there (about 30 minutes) when I realize I'd forgotten my frame. Thankfully Donna had a frame I could use. Did I remember to get out my camera? NO.
Aren't these cool? Julia from South Carolina won some garden markers from me and she was so sweet she gifted me these Santas. She lives near the beach in South Carolina and gathers these oyster shells and turns them in to these wonderful Santas. She also sent me a beautifully sewn pincushion and some sea glass. How lucky can a hooker get?
Speaking of gifts, dear friend Wink gave me this green feather edge bowl as a belated birthday gift (in addition to treating me to a night at the bed and breakfast in Zoar). I have a large collection of blue, (see it here) but this is only my second piece of green. I am truly blessed to call her friend.
While in Zoar area, we hit a few antique malls, but IMHO, there weren't too many antiques in these malls. I did buy this metal eagle. I think maybe it is from the top of a flag pole but I'm not sure. Perhaps vintage but definitely not antique, but that's okay because I like him just the same. I know I purchased a few other things but they must be pretty unmemorable because I can't think of what they are.
For years I've planned on making these concrete leaves but still haven't, so I picked these up from a vendor at the Zoar community garden. I almost bought a third one but didn't. I should have because I was going to keep one for myself and give one as a gift, but now they will both be gifts. (The larger one is just over 12" tall.)
I also got this sweet Turtlecreek pottery sheep. (Half price - yeah.)
Saturday is the hook in at Kingwood Garden in Mansfield, OH. It is put on by the sweetest hooker you will ever meet, Katie of Kid'l de Divey Woolens. She has asked me to vend my hooker necklaces so I've been busy stamping away. Anything I can do to help support my habit.
Hopefully I'll get out the camera and have lots to share.
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)