The Season’s Bounty

Our Winterfair had only three polymer exhibitors, down a couple from last year. Today I shopped a bit, tomorrow I go back with a camera and get serious.

I limit myself to shopping on one day and devote another to photographing work, examining displays and noting salesmanship, ambience, etc. In my experience, shopping and studying can’t be done at the same time. The ornaments here are again from Columbus’ Sharon Sahl.

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  • reply Babs Young ,

    Cynthia,
    I’m so sorry to miss Winterfair this year. I think I’ve been to all except this one and that’s alot. Glad to see Sharon is still making her wonderful ornaments.
    Looking forward to pics from polypeople at Winterfair.
    Babs

    • reply Kathy Weaver ,

      I was fortunate enough to be doing a show with Sharon Saul this past weekend….of course I had to purchase some of her wonderful work. Sharon continues to amaze me with her wonderful Polymer Ornaments. She’s always cheerful and great to chat with too.
      Kathy Weaver
      Sandusky, Ohio

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