Nothing says romance like a bouquet of dead roses.
Foole never can say "Goodbye" (to 43) has written 21 entries about this goal
This is a smaller version of the previous. This is a side view, so ya get the gist of it. I do these up in the summer months with flowers to serve as bird/butterfly baths. Pretty versatile.
This is looking down from the top. It’s a candy dish. The dish sits on top of an inverted pot.
This is my first witch made from terra cotta pots (pot people). I’ve done Santas and snowmen, but opted to get on the Halloween ebay bandwagon. She has bids and the other stuff I have listed have a mass of watchers. I’m working on a Muerto pot, too. They make me giggle.
Tikini. I love doing these barn stars. The quote is from Kahlil Gibran’s “the Prophet”, an excerpt from “on children”. “Your children are not your children. They are the sons and daughters of life’s longing for itself.”
This is a special commission and the first new thing I’ve done since January. Working on a second commission, too, that is a secret for the time being. Just let it be said….it’s KEWL! Ahhhhhh! It feels good to be back at the drawing table, once again.
is my folk art, furniture and crafting items. Sadly, this is all I’ll be able to display here.
with pink dahlias. The saying around it is Latin for love conquers all and let us submit to it.
This is proof that the Chinese and Americans can work together. A local shop sells these spiffy “barn stars” made of tin, made in China. They’re just blank, no design. Well hell! Can’t have that.
Barn stars a part of a folk art tradition that started in the 20’s and 30’s. Kind of a take off on Pennsylvania Dutch hex signs. Stars represent good fortune and protection. In fact, there’s a superstition that applies to stars in quilts. Star quilts confuse evil spirits and protect from the evil eye.
Hex signs fascinate me. Colors and symbols each have meanings. It reads like a language. My paternal ancestry is German. The first Bedsaul ended up in south western Virginia way back in the late 1600’s. Not Amish or Mennonite, but “fancy” German. So I’m wondering if my interest may even be genetic. Anyway, I’m adding barn stars, barn quilts and hex signs to my reportoire, with of course my own special touch. They’re just fun to do.
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