Friday, October 22, 2010

I am the winner of aroha...

button magnets

I have had a few days of doing nothing much after my exhibition opened and now I am starting to think about making things for the three art markets I will be involved in, which start 21 November...

So here is a list of things I will be making in the next month...

button magnets

I have started on the button magnets... these are very cute and the magnet is very strong.  Both Hannah and Ben had fun with the magnets before I glued them onto the glass button.  After finishing these I proudly showed Ben what I had done with them he got very upset and wanted me to take the magnets off my new creations as I had ruined his fun.

Some exciting news... I just found out yesterday that I was the winner of Pam's giveaway!!!  and this is the print that will soon be on it's way to me... I can't wait!

Aroha (which means love in Maori)


maree said...

Wow - you are going to be busy Katherine. And lucky you winning the Aroha - it is so neat. Ciao

Jenny Lee Wentworth said...

Congrats on the giveaway! I'm wishing for you, lots of energy for all the goodies you'll be making for the upcoming art markets.

erin carver said...

The Aroha print looks gorgeous! Can't wait to see all the lovely goodies you're making for the markets excited that I'll be at them with you too!! xo

Trena said...

Congrats! I cant wait to see all the things that u will be working on I hope u give us a least one turtorial I would love to see how you put all of it together!

chrissy said...

your magnet story was funny. aren.t kids the best.
i miss you my friend. how did the exhibit go? so wish i could come and hang out at the markets with you and dear erin.

Pam said...

I love those magnets! It sounds like you are getting very organized, can't wait to see all the new goodies appearing!
Hope you enjoy your print too! :)

Alison said...

HI I just found your blog and couldn't stop reading it. Love your work the dolls and the houses. I can't wait to show them to my daughter, they are just her style. I was just wondering what glass buttons you use and also where do yo source your magnets. I do a market stall here doing stamping and papercraft and have been looking for a source for both of these. Thanks