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Oh my gosh, I have been so incredibly busy the past few weeks. I haven’t really been posting anything new in my Etsy shop or any new links to my Facebook page or posts on here… I’ve been working 24/7 at creating things to sell at ArtsFest next Saturday at Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, GA, down in south Georgia near Savannah. Georgia Southern is my alma mater. I graduated from there in 2008 with a double major in Art History and Studio Arts (just a credit or two shy of Painting, I decided I had been in school long enough and Studio Arts looked good enough, right?).
Anyway, ArtsFest has been an annual event down there for how many years? Almost 30, I believe. It used to be called the Youth Arts Festival, but now it’s geared more towards people of all ages, not just kids. I know I’ve been going almost every year since I was in kindergarten or something like that. Two years ago, Molly had her birthday party there. It was just a little get together of her and a few of her friends and they all went around and did the crafts together, and got their faces painted and stuff like that.
So this year I have a booth in the Artists’ Market down there. I’m so excited! I’ve gone as a kid, as a student, as a volunteer, as a mom, and this year I get to go as an artist. Pretty cool. I’m listed under the Artists’ Market as Upcycled Art by Maggie Horne Thomas. Some of the things I’m selling- gift bows from book pages and magazine pages, recycled gift tags from cereal boxes and etc., decoupaged keepsake boxes, decoupaged frames and mirrors, assorted quilled ornaments, paper ornaments made from book pages, book sculptures, hair bows, and framed, mixed media collages. Most of these things are listed in my Etsy shop or pictures of them are in my Facebook albums.
I’ll write up another quick blog post later this week as soon as I get closer to finishing all the items for sale, and I’ll make sure I post pictures. Right now, I’ve got to get to work!!
The perfect, unique gift for the librarian at heart!
Giving it a beautiful antique/vintage look, this sturdy wooden frame has been intricately decoupaged in an intertwining checkerboard pattern using strips of pages from a paperback novel. The particular book used for this pattern is “Love and War” by John Jakes, author of “North and South.” It is also accented with brown and grey buttons for a clean and simple effect.
The frame is approximately 7.5″ x 7.5″ with a 3.5″ x 3.5″ picture opening. On the back, there is a small metal picture hook for wall display as well as a peg for table-top sitting. A beautiful photo of fall leaves, a plastic covering, and white backing cover are included.
$20.00, $5.00 shipping
Wooden frame decoupaged with a retro image of a man and woman and accented with a red string of beads and a single multicolored stone.
The frame is approximately 7.5″ x 7.5″ with a 3.5″ x 3.5″ picture opening. On the back, there is a small metal picture hook for wall display as well as a peg for table-top sitting.