Hello Fellow folkartists. I am wondering if anyone has interest in participating in a folkart show that would be held at my sister's Inn in Vermont the weekend of October 22nd. The Inn is an esatblished one and advertising would be done throught the Vermont Lodging Association as well as local newspapers.Here is the link to my Sister's beautiful Inn: lilacinn.com Check it out. We are working on a package deal to those who would like to spend the weekend there.
Well, it is evening in the Baggaraggs, and the temperature has dropped to under 90. We take a walk on the beach and watch as the sun begins to drop behind the horizon. I am standing in the waters of the Gulf and feel something poking at my ankles. I look down and see her as she gestures frantically to the place where my feet are planted on a sand dollar, a friend of hers. I move my giant clodhoppers and she waved her thanks, and disappeared. I am left to watch the sun dip into the waters of the Gulf with a smile upon my face.
Mirabel is tiny. She is made of muslin and is about 6 inches tall with her hair extended as if waving above her in the water. She is 4.5 inches wide.
she has been coffee dyed, baked and painted. She has vintage trims, buttons and lace.