"Alesia, great use of the natural blemishes on the gourd. I really enjoyed the many dimensions of your gourd. What is that green spongy product inside? I especially like the cragginess of your tree. Great job!
"Beautiful work. You defiantly caught the beauty of waterlilly. I'll bet you have a water feature in your back yard. If not you defiantly have one now.
That must have been a really thick gourd.
I just love…"
"Marcelo, Thank you for the compliment. I soaked the leaves in the moge poge and then put a coat over the top. After it was dried I used the wilburn dyes that I have. I used a product made by Martha Stewart, a stuccco type product…"
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Hi Linda, its always nice to see members post new works just please be mindful of the 25 photo limit per member. If you need help in deleting photos you can find the how to- in the Using This Website part of the forum on the Main page. KB
Hi, the lady that is giving the Leather Tooling class is Hellen Martin. She is on the GAE website too. I found her personal website by googling her name. That would give you the class information I,m sure. Good luck, you will have fun. This website puts so much info at our finger tips, love it....
Welcome to Gourd Art Enthusiasts. I've been a member for most of a year and have really enjoyed the site. The photos are so inspiring and the communication is great. Those in charge of the site seem to do a great job. My wife and I are retired public school teachers and I wood burn and carve some but look forward to some pencil and acrylic painting. Once again welcome.
Welcome, Linda. We’re glad you’re here. There are many activities and discussions in which you may want to participate. Look around and join in. Add some photos of your own. And have fun! The GAE rules are located on the right side of the main page. Darlene