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My Designs by mar - A very special THANK YOU to Sharon at Ceramics | First event of the year, free facepaint at | Heard from a little birdie about..

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Photos from My Designs by mar's post - My Designs by mar 2018-01-27 20:41

A very special THANK YOU 💖 to Sharon at Ceramics & More Studio for hosting my art on her walks for as long as she has. It's been great to share wall space with an artist in her own right. Now she has the room for expanding her fantastic workshop examples.
Fell free to contact me for any piece...

My Designs by mar Photo 2018-01-06 22:56

Heard from a little birdie about a place that sells pigments for body paint. Iroqrafts is a candy store to me, OMG... Selections of leathers, rawhide, pelts, sinew and feathers of all sorts and so much more. Great prices. Look forward going there with some extra money!
It's going to b...

My Designs by mar Photo 2017-12-16 04:39

Ready with some Christmas designs for tomorrow at the market. If you dont see something you want here... suggest it and lets see what i can do 🎨🎄❄
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