crikey, what a couple of weeks it has been. Our youngest girl, Holly now has a BA Hons Makeup for Film, Theatre and TV . We are so very proud of her achievements. The photo above is a picture of her Final Major Project at her End of Year Show. She based the work on the film 'Jaws'. 'Chad' as she called her victim, is so realistic I have kept the picture small, as I would not like to turn anyone's stomach. She did an incredible job of 'Chad', all in silicone and fibreglass and we now have 'Chad' back at home, pride of place on the living room coffee table! No, not really...but heaven knows where he is going to go.
Onto a few makes. I bought these watch faces in France, they are enamel. I have wanted to use them in some way for ages and the other day, actually did. So I transferred them as images onto cotton. I also wanted to embroider some text. 'Tick Toc'? No, can't use that, as Julie Arkell uses that and then it came to me, 'What's the time, Mr. Wolf'...I spent most of my younger days at school running around the playground playing that game. So, the game holds fond memories, the playground, not the lessons...maths, ugh.
Love working with these very old, crocheted doilies...giving them a new lease of life.
and hearts, all backed with lovely old padded patchwork.
I have enjoyed making a few 'Blackbird' tins too...
Here is my stand.
The Fair was held in the Market House, at Kingston Upon Thames. Wow, what a beautiful area...the Thames, the house boats, the homes...oh my!
Here is the Tea Room, in charge was lovely 'Kitty'.
Here is Selina selling her beautiful books.
I had a super day, met so many Blog and Facebook Friends, chatted, sold and generally had a fantastic day.
My stand was next to Priscilla Jones what a lovely lady she is and her work is stunning. Just so happens that I had booked a workshop with her at Unit Twelve next Saturday, so I am really looking forward to seeing her again and having a day making... with wire, wax and paper ephemera!
Well, that's me for a few days,
thanks for stopping by. x