Queen Anne's Lace blooming everywhere. Something I didn't know is that it's a wild carrot. The flowers look so delicate but the plant is very strong. Seeing the flowers I was inspired to make something in clay but I forgot to take a photo, next time. I did unpack the pendant below which is one of the first one's I ever made. I used Duncan stroke and coat glaze on this one, more of which I discovered I have in my clay supplies.
Trash and Treasures Market in Blairsville. Gary sold some tools he didn't need any longer and I sold pottery. The market is held in the same location as the Farmer's Market and is under cover so we can back our car right up to the spot. It was well attended and we did quite well. It's easy to set up and sell, so we'll go back. I need to make pendants to take to sell because people seem to flock to booths with jewelry. One woman in the booth beside us was selling plastic bead bracelets and sold tons. It must be a bling thing. Ha. I rarely wear jewelry and pass those booths right by.
wood fabric block from India I picked up at the treasure market. I was reading about natural fabric dyes and might try my hand at some. I could use it on clay but I'm afraid the clay will get embedded in the wood. I could spray it with Pam, what do you think? I also have one more person signed up for pottery lessons. The electrician has the kiln plug on order so he'll put that in next week.
sandpaper in various grits to streamline the process. I also picked up some stain for the wood. More about my wood projects later because we're off to the beach in Florida for another quick trip, see you soon. Thanks for reading and for all your comments.