Monday, August 02, 2010

CHA Supershow pictures

Here is a picture of the Craft Chica ready and waiting for the crowds for a weekend of make 'n takes.
On the right is one of my favorite people, Sandy, and the other other person is one of her favorite people. Sorry, I can't remember her name off the top of my head. I am so bad at names!

Here I am on Saturday all ready to demo. I might not look it but I feel kinda pooped from walking the trade show and from talking up a storm all week.

One of my demos from Friday.

One of my resin filled spoons that I made for Little Windows that I brought with me. It was very popular.

Here are some of the molds from Little Windows that I filled with little things that I had at home. You just pop them out. You can use them for other things in your art or you can drill into them to make charms, bracelets, and/or pendants for necklaces.

More from my tray that I did on Friday.

This is a piece I did a long time ago that I poured some resin on just because I had some extra.

This is a display of some resin filled pendants that I did for Little Windows awhile ago.

This is from my demo for the weekend for Little Windows Resin.

Some of my artwork that I made up for them.

Picture of me and Fran from Little Windows. Hasn't my hair gotten long?

This is a piece that I did awhile back that I filled with resin because I had some extra resin from a project. It's kinda hard to see back there but it looks great inside.

Will take pictures of stuff that I bought and my make 'n take from the supershow. Will post that soon.


Bleubeard and Elizabeth said...

I love these resin charms. I like that you can use any and all your little bits and bobs to make them. I must find these molds and resin. You are so inspiring when you make them.

Sandy said...

Thanks for including us in your blog post. Lynn is my sister and she is one of my favorite people.

Tammy Vitale said...

Totally inspirational and awesome! What a great idea doing resin in those little pop out containers! Never seen it done that way but it makes perfect sense! Thank you!