This weekend, we attended an art show at Children's Harbor. Children's Harbor is a camp on Lake Martin near Alexander City, Alabama, that provides services for seriously ill children and their families. The annual art show draws over thirty regional artists, and this year did not disappoint.
Scenes from Children's Harbor Art Show
Shanley Belle and I loved Jeffrey Long's booth. Jeffrey is an artist who also makes handmade, fragranced soy candles poured in original vintage and antique glassware. He attends the World's Longest Yard Sale (127 Corridor Sale), and buys lovely containers for his candles. I love how Jeffrey combines his environmental sensibilities and appreciation for the past into his eco-friendly and beautiful candles. Jeffrey had sold all of his art by the time we arrived at his booth, so I can't share any of his art with you (and we did not get to purchase any of his art, either).
Shanley wanted a candle for her dorm, so she chose the Southern Afternoon candle in a purple glass. It smells like heaven: the scent is a combination wisteria and sweet iced tea. You can't get any more Southern than that!
I chose the Sunny South scent that smells like lemon and verbena.
It was so hard to choose from the different lovely scents!
What have you been doing this Memorial Day weekend? I would love to hear from you!
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Until next time...