Let's get this party started with prop shopping. I am always looking for new props to use in my food shoots. This crop of props is courtesy of my sister-in-law and niece. While visiting them in North Carolina, the men went to a car show and the ladies took me to the most wonderful antique store. The place was grand; something wonderful around every corner. And from where I sit I made quite a haul.
And, not wanting to leave any good things out. Here are a few dishes that my son brought for me to use.
Next on the list of greats is that I was accepted into the SAAG National Juried Art Show. I have 2 pieces in the show this year. The dates for the show are October 18th to November 15. Come on out and visit Blue Ridge, GA; enjoy the mountains, the wonderful town, and the SAAG Art Show.
Now, let me introduce you to Olaf. This is a first for me - creating something out of paper mache and paper mache clay.
Every year Alpharetta, GA has a Harvest Festival. And every year schools and businesses sign-up to create scarecrows to decorate the street corners and sidewalks. This year, with the help of the Art Club, I made an Olaf to represent for the place where I work, 'Out of the Box Art Studio'. There were only a few difficulties, his head fell off - Twice. But, he recovered and let's say that I am very thankful for the tree in which he is tied .
And, lastly (is that a word?), it's not fall until you go to the
mountains for apples, pumpkins, and boiled peanuts.
Oh, and I almost forgot - you simply cannot go to the mountains without stopping by Poole's BBQ for lunch. One more thing, and I promise this is it. I would like to share my Halloween wreath with you. This little beauty was made with all Dollar Store treasures (except the grapevine wreath - that was from 'Michael's').
Enjoy your week!
Thanks for stopping by and reading!
Happy Fall, Ya'll