Sunday, October 14, 2012

Florida Pumpkins




It's been a busy weekend getting ready for a fall art and craft show next weekend. Mike has been creating, "carving" and painting the last few days.



These are made from old recycled freon cans that are used in the ac business. They are completed safe to cut into. Mike uses a plasma cutter and does all cutting by hand - no computer program - is used to create these one of a kind pumpkins.




I painted a couple of the signs stating most female driving skills and Mike kindly added a broom made from metal. It's a comical piece that I saw painted in a magazine for sale but I gave it our own special spin to incorporate some metal.




I have also painted a few trays using pallet boards and attaching handles. These can be used propped on a table or mantel for display or can be used for serving appetizers or small plates.



The pumpkins have been painted with Rustoleum spray paint to ensure many years of Halloween use. Once a candle is added and it gets dark outside you can truly see how creative and fun these are. The best part is no rotting!!!  There are also some spiders being created and will post pictures soon. 

Mike's Metal Studio will be a vendor at the Cocoa Village Fall Art and Craft Show next weekend- October 20 and 21. If you are in the area please stop by and say hi!!http://visitcocoavillage.com/

Have a wonderful week Ya'll... Happy Fall!!

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1 comment:

  1. Wow! Those look awesome! Also love his metal flowers, wishing you many sales at the craft show!

    I found you through Debbiedoos newbies! Keep up the great post!

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