I have been making more fun ornaments. All designs "float" inside a clear glass ornament.
This deer head one was my camo wearing son's idea:
And here is one for the girl that hunts. Do you know one?
I also made pink and green monogram ornaments. Sure to be treasured year after year. I also have green chevron with pink monograms.
These are in addition to the nativity ornaments and the red and green monogram ornaments I have already shown you:
Glass ornaments are so hard to get a good picture of.
All these ornaments will be for sale at the local, handmade art show I am participating in this Friday, Nov 1.
Ornaments are $8 each or 3 for $20. And they come in a cute box all ready to give.
And I wanted to let you know that my friend Susan of "glorygivers" is participating in a home art show on Friday, Nov 1 too. The show she is in is at 5701 Harrington Grove Raleigh, NC 27613 in Harrington Grove Subdivision in NW Raleigh and starts at 7pm. Perhaps you can hit both shows on Friday and get some Christmas shopping done. I am hoping to stop by Susan's show after the one I am in is over. Susan will be there with several other vendors.
Susan makes pretty and meaningful gifts for all occasions. You can find Susan of "glorygivers" on Etsy and Facebook.
Handmade art makes me smile.
I am sharing this post over at Emily Freeman's linky party: We Will Make Art. This linky party is the finale of her 31 say series on how we are all artists, how we all have something to offer this world. In this series she explores how to move toward what really makes us come alive. This series has given me much to ponder.