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VOTE Scarecrows want you to Flock!

Original post made by Claudette McDermott on Oct 18, 2009

Unlike the Normal reactions to Scarecrows we want to see you out and about to Check out Stores Downtown that have Created Unique Scarecrows! Fun Loving and Freaky, Vote for the one you like best. If you like all of them, Vote for them too! I know I've worked my fingers to the bone for the one hanging at the Berry Patch on the Corner of Main and Angela. I have squeezed liquid latex onto plexiglass segments drawing berries and leaves every which way! Hanging from a "Quilters Live Here" yard stick with ribbon pulling up the arms, dangling legs and a patch quilt shirt, my ScareCrow is a Cutie and for sale after the voting! Translucent like Stain Glass but less breakable he/she was fun to create so I hope you enjoy it. Mahalo :)

Painting by Judi Caplan - Plein Air Watercolor- "Sycamore in a Pumpkin Patch"
See more of her work Google: Poetry On Canvas Pleasanton


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