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Craft show November 23,24,25, 2012

These mini sneak preview of the items are for sale at the Albany Institute of History and Art Museum. 125 Washington Avenue  Albany, NY   12210  Tel: 518.463.4478

http://www.albanyinstitute.org/

I have a lot of new items I will be selling at the show. Some of the items will be gift tags, bookmarks, mini angel dolls, other paper jewelry, purple butterfly pictured in the blog below, two medium sized paper wreaths, two small dolls (2-3inches tall), some fancy birds and Easter baskets, and more to come.

The prices of the items above are:
Teal Earrings  $ 8
Earring brown zig zag  $14
Pendant curly black  $10  (2 of these)

The prices of the items above are:
Set earrings & pendant sun     $12
2 Sets earrings & pendant black curly  
$25 each




The prices of the items above are:
Ornament star 3 color      $10
Barrette purple flower   $5.00

Comments

  1. How beautiful! Your works are just gorgeous & I've got my eye on that star ornament :)

    I'd love to see you join us at Tuesday Alchemy: http://tuesdayalchemy.blgospot.com - We have a prize AND an open DT call this week!

    Happiness,
    Corrinne

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