Marty in Front of the "Woodland Fantasy" Christmas Tree
Liz and Mary Getting Ready to Make Gingerbread Houses
Liz working on her gingerbread house
Nana helping to melt chocolate.
Randy, Marty, Allison & Maddie
The "gang" watching Marty the Magician
Marty making William look silly
The bounce house to burn off the sugar!
Me with my santa hat off- yes my hair looks lovely.
Randy and Mary
Maddie with her bunny balloon the Marty made
Aubrie and Marty making a bunny appear
Drew, Marty, Mary & Maddie
William, Drew & Mom aka Nana
The gingerbread houses
Drew, Mary, Marty & Maddie
Maddie in front of her gingerbread house
Marty making balloons with the Ray family
Marty poking fun with William
Drew, Marty the Magician and Adam
How it all Starts!
William, Drew & Kennedy
Liz and Kennedy
Jenny, Adam & Mary
Dad, Marty & Adam
Aubrie, Benjamin & Doug
Adam and Mary
Mary eating away
Maddie eating as much as she decorates
Maddie dipping in for more chocolate.
Bounce house to bounce off some sugar.
The highlight of the Houston Quilt Show 2008 for me was to be able to participate in Open Studios. I met so many wonderful artists including Patricia (Pokey) Bolton Editor-in-Chief of Cloth, Paper, Scissors and Quilting Arts Magazine.
When an artist participates in open studios they set up some samples at a table and work on a project. Then quilt show attendees come up to visit. I learned so much from all the ladies that came by and visited. Each had something to share about their creative process and the art they create. It was an amazing opportunity to talk with people from all over the world. I am so grateful for being able to participate.
Open Studios Sign- my mom insisted that I take a photo since it had my name on it. Of course you can't see in in the photo...but never argue with mom..right?
Deborah Boschert a Dallas Area Fiber Artists Member and wonderful artist! It was great to see Deborah at the Houston Quilt Show.
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