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Sunday, November 2, 2014

Make Your Own #Silk

Well, that's what I read on their booth. If you have been to an art show before, you probably seen this type of display. I stopped and observed how this artwork transferred to the fabric. It was cool actually! This is very creative and free hands-on learning for kids too.

This booth is just one of the many interesting art exhibit and display that I find most compelling and fascinating during the #PeterAndersonFestival in Ocean Springs, Mississippi. One scarf which this young lady created for herself is worth $30.
 
It is not about the money right? If the kid enjoys being creative in designing her own scarf, $30 is worth it. I think she is with her grandma.
 
See the fabric display on top? That's the finish product. It is beautiful and yap, each design is different all the time. He asked the young girl what color she likes and he added the chosen colors on the liquid component. One drop each time. The colors spread around it and the girl will play on the color using a straw eventually creating a design. When she's done, the man put the length of the fabric on top of the colors and in second, all the colors will transfer to the fabric making it a scarf with awesome design.
 
Pretty cool huh? Anyway, this is a great business from home to start with right? You do it! Good luck!
 
I tried to look for a signage to advertized this man's business but, didn't see it. Anyway, he probably lives around here in the Gulf coast area. If you see him, please do support his business will you?

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