("aperture", "lemon meringue sky", "bubbly" are the large canvas pieces and "don't worry, be happy" and "heroine" in the 5x6" canvas paired with my pieces)
Debbie introduced zenatona "bloomies" which was a hit with everyone. She has this fabulous idea she developed - 4 sheets of seeded paper with a little pencil that says "believe" on it where you can write 3 wishes and give the 4th bloomie to someone so they can make a wish and watch it bloom. The directions are simple, "make a wish, saturate with love, watch it bloom, share with another. " Debbie had samples of bloomies to show how they bloomed with just a little bit of water in a dish and you can see the wish she wrote on the paper. INGENIOUS! They make great little gifts too.I also introduced the gofigurette! line of products as well. Everyone thought they were so cute. Especially the younger generation loved the cupcakes and figurines. We also showcased my friend Myrna's Petal Chic line of hand dyed, handmade silk flowers. They are beautiful and great wearable art for your hair or clothing.
Many of the items did not sell, but are available on my Etsy site for sale, so definitely check out what is still left! I know many of you expressed interest in some of the pieces in past blog posts.I was so happy that everyone enjoyed themselves and although we were so tired at the end of the day, it was a successful day of selling our art, but more importantly meeting new and old friends. Looks like I'll be heading down to San Diego in November to do a craft fair and some classes.("maya" in large canvas is AMAZING!)
Looking forward to the next Garden Art Party with zenatona!