Sharing images that I enjoy.... hope you find them delighful too.
wow...that's really neat...and yes..elaborate is a great word!i also wanted to say that I loved your white wednesday post...that wicker chair is to die for! yummy!thanks for sharing...come see me sometime..ciao
This is very cool. I wish it was summertime here. Hope you had a wonderful Wednesday.Take care,Kathleen
I love this!
Where Oh Were has the Summertime gone? Oh were Oh were can it be????Oh yeah...it's MONTHS AWAY! ARGH! :(Love the pics. Made me smile.xoRebecca
THANKS Carmelina, yes that Antique Wicker is something else..isn't it ?Kathleen, Steph and Rebecca...YES SUMMER IS WAY TOO FAR AWAY.Hey while I have your ATTENTION...I want to WELCOME three new followers to my blog.Carolyn(Kelly)...Pearl and "All My Yesterday's" have honored me with their sweet selves. Clicking on their follower buttons will take you to their blogs, etc. Glad you are here.Rose
Wow...this backdrop is wonderful- What wouldn't my photographer granddaughter give for it!!By your encouragement, I am blogging now....thank you, Rose. I hope to find time to post interesting things.Gerry
Gerry, that is great news...I will be over to see your blog soon.Glad I was of some help. I was worried too about what I would blog ...but I just blog whatever my heart tells me to do.Does your granddaughter have a Studio? How long has she been a photographer..?? I had a Portrait Studio for 15 years before I retired.WELCOME TO THE LAND OF BLOG !!! Rose
I love the old painted backdrops. If I were a professional photographer, I certainly would revive that art form. They were amazing! :)-Pam
What a gorgeous backdrop it was! It's hard to find that kind of work these days.You stopped by my blog and asked about E6000 for glass on glass.E6000 is a fantastic rubber based glue that works on glass, wood, plastic, metal, ceramic, and more.I have used it for glass to glass, and it dries nice and clear, creates a water tight seal, and won't melt down or allow for the glass to be peeled apart like hot glue will.It dries very strong. If you want a temporary hold, go with hot glue. If you want permanent, go with E6000.I found it for under $3/tube at Walmart. It does take time & pressure to dry. Set something heavy on the object to make sure the seal is nice and tight, and leave it to sit over night.I've used it on wood to glass, glass to glass, and wood to wood with fantastic results every time.At Walmart, it was in the craft area, by the hot glue guns. I know craft stores also carry it, though.
Pam, I had all my canvas backgrounds painted by a gal that did that for a living..she was fantastic. Also a wonderful photographer as well. She would come to my studio for a few days..then she and I would "develop" the perfect background for my needs. HATED to part with them when I had to close my studio.I kept one muslin one she painted for me...and use it still today. ~Glad I did. Rose Rose
Heather, thanks so much..I will look for it the next time we shop at Walmart. GOOD INFORMATION Rose
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