Saturday, June 5, 2010

Sunday's Spoils



Ahhhhh, hello koi babies!!!

These lovely creatures, along with a rose belt buckle completely classic in its western elegance will be added to the table tomorrow at the Naglee Park Open Studios event.

What doesn't find a home here will meander into the shop on Monday - I always love sharing the eye candy with you when I have a group of them together: color therapy!

I will have something very special to share with you in a few days: a few pieces will be coming into the Metal shop that feature turn-of-the-century hand painted porcelain cabochons, a wonder for the eyes and the heart.

I will let you know the history of the art form and more when the keepsake necklaces have been completed!

xoxoxoxo,
Allisunny

9 comments:

liz r. said...

Oh, that rose is lovely. And the koi do look fantastic all swimming together.

Looking forward to seeing/hearing about the new pieces!

kerin rose said...

So lovely ALisunny...have a great show tomorrow!
ox

Kiki said...

The leather layering on the belt buckle looks fantastic, and I love the little koi with the white tips! Enjoy the show!

CrowNology said...

Looks so Yummy!
I have to get one of those Koi...I really love them, long before I loved you! ;) One of the first things I loved when discovering Etsy.
Have a wonderful sunny show Allison.
xo
Andrea

MrsLittleJeans said...

they do look lovely, looks like a pond, and the rose is so special...have a great day tomorrow!

xxoo

Daniela said...

Hmmm, the blue Koi, so, so lovely...One day I'll have one, that's on my list :-) All the best for the show! Daniela from France

Angela said...

Ooooh. That rose buckle is LOVE.

You have to do a craft/concert tour down to Santa Fe. You would kill there.

jaunebleu said...

They look wonderful! Bright, happy and colorful! Good luck with the show, Allison!

susie said...

Where familiarity begins to show itself and a neighborhood becomes home. Wishing you the best in your new hood (p.s. I may have to host a salsa dancing party complete with appetizers now, sounds like fun!)