Wednesday, May 26, 2010
With the festival in mind, and prompted by the sudden onslaught of thick hot sticky steamy weather, I was compelled to hit the thrift shop in search of fun, bits and pieces that would be practical to work in. No one wants to get glitter and smears of paint all over their favorite clothes, but then, neither does one want to spend long hours amongst the public wearing something that's not at least a little delightful. When garments are picked up for one or two bucks at the second hand store, there's not such a worry about what will happen to them during the festival frenzy. Unless they're still such lovely pieces that it'd be a shame to ruin. Ah well.....
Amongst today's loot (three skirts, three tops, a romper, and a belt, all for under $20), were the cotton/lycra halter top by Angie, and the silk two-tone skirt shown here. I'm wearing them today; maybe they'll be retired until after the festival safely passes. ;)
Part of the epic wedding job was five huge umbrellas. (Two painted in a wilder, colorful style, and three 'elegant', more subtle ones). They're finally finished, as are the two decorated chairs. Well, the chairs are almost finished. They're coming back for some last-minute touches, because really, what else have I to do a couple days before a big crazy festival?
My text and wire jewelry will be (is already) on offer at "A Jeweler's Art", also on Paseo, as well as "Istvan Gallery" on North Western.
Now I think I'll go have a little rest before the creating begins again.