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Saturday, August 02, 2008

Rock Paper Daisies

Friday night we headed to the Harmony Arts festival in West Vancouver,
Rachelle of Rock Paper Daisies was kind enough to let me take photos of her booth for my blog!

Rachel's charming colorful glass infused jewelry reflects her vivacious personality!
Daisy shapes, rectangles and hand painted glass prove to be delightful eye candy! Make sure to click the photos for better detail! Pepper spied one with a heart on it that she may purchase at a later date!
I love the unique way the glass in encased in her pendants and the huge variety of colors to choose from.
These glass infused serving utensils would enhance any dining table making a
spectacular gift! I wish her all the best at the festival
We also enjoyed an outdoor concert by Rockabilly performer Cousin Harley.
Check out his cute song " Big Fat Gal"!
Rock Paper Daisies had to be one of my favorite booths at the festival with it's funky flair. More glass hanging bobbles
While in West Van at Ambleside beach, my old childhood haunt, I just had to photograph these beautiful flowering trees. I'm pretty sure they are pink Dogwood trees. Protected by British Columbia law it's an offense to pick or destroy them. The White variety is more common in these parts!

Licorice shapes dangle off a finished teapot lid Nellie from Potz and Panzies was working on last Sunday during the Ladner market! The whole secret to selling is getting your wares exposed to interested crowds of people. If it's desirable price it will sell fast!
More from Nellie at Potz and Panzies!
The night topped off with me winning the prize draw, a twenty five dollar voucher at a pizza place where we enjoyed a free Garlic Chicken Pizza! When ever I'm with my friend Chris we always manage to receive something free!! Again I thank the universe for abundance!

4 comments:

forgetfulone said...

Interesting fact about the dogwoods. I love those trees, but they don't grow well in Texas. Too hot and humid, I guess.

That jewelry is gorgeous! And the serving utensils would make a great wedding gift. Thanks for sharing your pretty photos with us.

Queen-Size funny bone said...

Ilove the hanging globes and bobbles. makes me want it all.

Lucy said...

you have the best shopping in your area!
Rachel and her crafts are beautiful.
Again, more amazing tea pots too!
I wish i could plan a trip to your neck of the woods!
i know you have google reader.. Is it out tonight? I can sign in, but the page remains blank??)
any ideas?
xox

tiffany said...

Hi there,

Love your blog page, looks great!

I was doing a search on my sister (Rachelle), and found her here... thank you for the kind words, and sharing her artwork here. ~:0)

~tiffany

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