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10th of December – craft fair

December 13th, 2011 at 17:53


I was asked by a friend of mine whether I want to join her with some of my craft creations on her stall in the monthly craft fair that has started up in our local town over the last couple of months. I didn’t have much notice so I had absolutely nothing to contribute. I ended up going along just to keep her company.

I had fun just watching the world go by… there wasn’t much buying for many reasons and there is really no point writing about it right here, right now. I was just happy to be there for her. And I also got to take a few pictures with my camera. I edited them in the evening, once I was home, to make these two pieces.
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Somehow I thought it would be nice to give these two a bit of art to look at, too.
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Hope you’re all well, as always, leave a comment so i know you called.
Thank you for visiting. :-)

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10 Responses to “10th of December – craft fair”

  1. Cowgirl Red Says:

    That looks really fun. Terah from CED

  2. Carolyn Dube Says:

    How kind of you to go and be supportive! I like how you gave the 2 a piece of art to gaze at!

  3. Leslie Says:

    Just wanted to say I am here following.. and I do so love the footprint pebble with the cat.

  4. Ginny Says:

    I really love what you did. Now, I want to know how you did it.

  5. Gwen Says:

    It was an ispiring situation for you. Perhaps next time you go, you can take these two amazing works to sell:)
    xx

  6. cynthia eloise Says:

    very nice. i don’t understand how you did it but interesting.

  7. forward tumble Says:

    thank you Leslie!! it’s nice of you to leave a note :-*

    xx

  8. forward tumble Says:

    hey Ginny and Cynthia, thanks for your comments. I’m not sure where to start :-) I use different apps on my phone to edit the photo I took.
    First i take out the background by effectively erasing it out of the image. Then I add another blank (white) background to it. I could also take my two cut out people and set them on a deserted island or any other kind of image really. I can give them “something” to look at by having that as part of the background image too. So in the end it seems they are looking at – whatever i choose to add into the image.

    Hope that sheds some light. Thanks for asking, thanks for visiting :-)

  9. forward tumble Says:

    Thanks Terah, it’s great to know, people come and read and look here :-) Just started to read all about horses on your site… CED is a great little network.

  10. forward tumble Says:

    Hey Gwen, thanks for the encouragement. Somehow I just don’t feel ready to go commercial with my art. :-/ will i ever?

    Greetings to you and a happy Christmas to you all!

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