One of the exhibits, done by Helen, was a fascinating and clever collage made using mostly Norfolk Island postage stamps, with a map or two. Unfortunately it was not for sale - I would have been very tempted.
This display of hats by Wayne are destined to be prizes in the Archery competitions being held here on the island next week. What a wonderful Norfolk Island momento for the lucky winners!
These very beautiful butterfly photos were produced by my niece Cristina.
A seascape chair complete with hi-his (periwinkles). They look so real, I would hesitate to sit on the chair!
I just love blue and white pottery. This tile mat was the first item to attract a red sticker.
More paintings, and a Norfolk Island quilt.
This was another of my favourite exhibits - a fluffy tern chick.
Some exquisite woodwork from "Beef"(John B.)
I alweays try to put in some little textile pieces to add to the variety of the displays. These are Clara's treasures, which I wrote about in another post. I displayed the story, which I thought would be interesting for folk.
I also put in 6 of the swing purses I have been making recently.
And my two "Angel bags."
Times are a bit tough here on Norfolk Island just now, and not a lot was sold this year. But the show certainly created a great deal of pleasure for our locals and visitors!