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Plant and Garden Sale

This past weekend was St. Pete Clay's annual Plant and Garden Sale, and true to Florida's nature, it was boiling hot. Luckily the A/C was cranked way down for the weekend, but we sweated our asses off on Friday, setting up for it all. The place looked great, especially with lots of people walking around enjoying themselves. We (A.I.R's) spent the weekend wrapping, demo-ing and generally helping out which was a nice break. The more I demo, the more I love it. It is kind of like a marriage between theatre and pottery which is perfect for my recessive acting genes. I also had fun teaching three boys how to throw a bit on the wheel. More like making a mess while using every tool in my bucket, but it was a good time. 

I made just a few little planters for the sale. Plain ones for the succulents and painted ones for flowering plants.



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