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Mildred L. Casey
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  • Shreve, OH
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Setting up a make it yourself activity
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Hi all..I am very new to gourd art, can barely make a gourd beyond just giving it new color..lol.However, I have a supply of dried, clean gourds...mini mini bottle, nest egg, and the normal birdhouse…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Bonnie Adams Apr 29, 2012.

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What is your interest in gourds? Please be specific - one word answers will not be accepted. We block all potential spammers. YOU MUST use both your first and last name on your profile or we will not approve your membership.
I grow, dry, sell, and embellish them for fun and profit. I am always interested in what others are doing and what has been done around the world in times past.

I actually had absolutely no idea that there are so many gourd art people out there...and SO...oo talented too.  My daughter and niece inspired me to get beyond blogger and FB and try out Pinterest...which led to another whole obserssion. The metal looking sculptered gourd is actually hers...she is bit more artsy than I.

 

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At 5:57am on May 16, 2012, Bonnie Adams said…

Sorry about the sales, Mildred. Glad the make-n-take went pretty well though! That budding jewelry maker will get better over time.

At 7:08pm on April 30, 2012, Clinton R. Waters said…

If you get a chance attend a gourd show.  I just entered my first this past weekend in Springfield, Mo and it was amazing how many gourd artists there are.  I just keep finding ones that are live close to where we live. I'll post a pic of a bird house that I raised the gourd and woodburned it.  It was really fun.

At 10:31am on April 5, 2012, Kim Bilek said…

small world ;}

At 7:54pm on April 3, 2012, Clinton R. Waters said…

Welcome to Gourd Art Enthusiasts. I have been a member for almost a year and have found it to be a well managed site. Those in charge seem to do a great job.  The photos are so inspiring and the communication is great.  I do mostly woodburning but enjoy carving and plan to explore other media.  My wife and I are retired school teachers and are happy to have time to pursue our crafts.  Once again welcome.

At 2:56pm on April 3, 2012, Darlene Propp said…

Welcome,  Mildred. 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

At 11:39am on April 3, 2012, Kim Bilek said…
Yes it is Mildred. My aunt in law Jane lives in Shreeve. She has a shop and sells gourd. Its the Pretty Penny"
At 5:54am on April 3, 2012, Kim Bilek said…

Welcome Mildred, I see you are a fellow buckeye, actually not far from me here in Ohio. Please join the Ohio group on here, its free. Just click on the GROUPS tab at the top of this page and locate the Ohio group and click on it. Its fun to see how many gourders we have in each state, and you can follow what gourd activities are going on in our state too. Enjoy the site- Kim Bilek

 
 
 

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