Eco Carving

My vote for best Hallowe'en pumpkin, seen on Hilson Avenue, Ottawa.

Wee Dragon Grandson learned the Trick Or Treat rules…e.g., Wait until door opens before saying “Trick Or Treat” …No need to march into the kitchen in search of the Smarties…Grab only ONE huge handful from the bowl of candy…No pushing to the head of the line- up and shoving the other kids to the back…Do not try to get Mama to carry the loot home…

Same avenue, Spookiest House, canisters of fake smoke, neon-light ghosts….Grandson, Daughter and Nana in the mist…Grandson (on the left, low down), hauling a suitcase of candy, dragon- wings sticking out…

One should not forget the joy

 

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About wendyfe

I am a fibre artist working in mixed media textiles with a focus on vintage cloth reworked with stitching, natural dyeing, eco printing and rust printing . My work can be seen at www.wendyfeldberg.ca.
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2 Responses to Eco Carving

  1. blandina says:

    My son who lives in the LA area just moved in a new place. There are many children around and for the first time they had about 50 children who came looking for treats. He told me that it was quite an experience!

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