Wednesday, 26 April 2017

Few Things I Did When I Wasn't Here... and a Giveaway!

Hi again my dear creative souls!
I'm almost back... well, physically I'm back but I can't tell m on the top of everything after being for 4 weeks away from home. There are piles of things which are waiting for me here and I'm trying to go through them all, one-by-one. It's not easy, but I will make it, eventually!
So what I was doing when I wasn't here? I was quite busy you know...

I was visiting some of the coolest stores in this universe - Scrappy Chic in Livonia, MI, Clipper Street  in Vancouver, BC and The Paper Bunny in Las Vegas... some serious projects were done!

Scrappy Chic
Clipper Street
The Paper Bunny
In between I was visiting Prima headquarters with my secret mission... don't you think it is high time to play with some new goodies? Keep your eyes open!

During this month I was also teaching for Art Is You - really amazing, life changing art retreat where you have a chance to meet the most beautiful, creative people... both teachers and students! If you will ever have a chance to join the event - I promise - you won't regret!
During my whole trip, I was creative - both in the classroom and outside! I was able to teach some of my favourite classes - check out some of the samples I created in the classroom!

And in a spare moment (!) I was even able to work in my Art Journal, the very same I started this year as my ongoing "Travelling Journal" project. I used some of the supplies I found in my friend's studio - it was a breath of fresh air, moment for myself - I really needed that!

Next thing which was on my plate during this month was working on the schedule of my Summer 2017 Tour in USA. Some of the dates and places are already posted here, in my "Live Classes" Tab, so check it out and see the date!

There is one more thing which happened when I was away... My 3 new sets of Mechanicals - Winter Trinkets, Vintage Snowflakes and Metal Lotus were officially released! I was waiting for them for so long - and now they are here, you can get them in your local stores and online!


To celebrate this fabulous news I have a small giveaway for you!
You can win a set of 5 packs of the new Mechanicals - (2x Winter Trinkets, 2x Vintage Snowflakes and 1x Metal Lotus) if you will answer 1 question:
What is your favourite mixed-media technique and why?
The Giveaway is opened till Saturday night ( 29 April 2017) - midnight! 
I will announce the winner in my next blogpost - on Monday :)
Good luck - I'm waiting for your answers impatiently!
huge hugs!

116 comments:

Kari Leach said...

rust paste is my thing right now, just rusted a pair of binoculars.

Preeti D. (aka Preety) said...

Thanks for sharing your travel pics :) the projects sure look gorgeous. My favourite mix media technique is dry brushing raised surfaces with white gesso and also creating splashes because i think with both these techniques all the elements tie together nicely and it lends cohesion and a shabby look to the project, which i like.

Helen said...

great photos from your trips with some fun projects. i love your journal pages - just the thing to wind down after such hectic days.

My favourite mixed media technique is mixing layers - layers of paint, paste, fabric scraps or trim; papers - and then more! Why? because I love the look it gives a project.

Your new mechanicals look fabulous.

Valerie Andrieux said...

Looks like you had a lot of fun and a lot of work !
One of my favorite technique (but do I really need to pick just one ?) is covering my project with black gesso and use paint to give it a new dimension. It's like erasing what you don't like from a chalkboard and highlighting what you want to be seen.
Thanks for this giveaway ! These mechanicals are gorgeous !

mamablitger said...

Thank you for sharing your lovely pics from your fabulous journey. Love to see pics from classes as well as pics of your art work.
You asked us to mention our fave technique : my fave tech always include gesso, stencils and emb pastes. Love the texture on the background. Furthermore I need to add metal embellishment, very often clay shapes transformed into vintage / steampunk pieces. For that process the new Antique waxes are perfect.... love working with them.
Thank you for offering such a generous give-away. I have been waiting eagerly for the Lotus flowers. And finally they are here. Wohoooo !!
Hugs to you from Monica
Spain

Naseema N. said...

Thank you for sharing your travel adventures with us - they always make me smile :)... And now I am extremely excited as you've hinted that new goodies are in the works!! YAYY!!! My favourite technique is dry brushing on elements cause for me that's when everything comes to life! And lately your amazing waxes are my go-to, and on top they smell sooooo nice :)

Thank you so much for the giveaway! I am a huge fan of your mechanicals!

Sending much love & big hugs your way :)

Liz Lumsden said...

You are a busy gal, and well traveled! You had fun fun fun along the way! I love layering, especially using pastes through stencils, using old book page on backgrounds, using found objects....

gibonik said...

I love working with waxes and black gesso - they look great on any kind of surface.

lucretia said...

Wow! You've been busy. Love your scrapbook page.
Basically any kind of paint is good for me. I like mixing them or overlaying one on another to see what happens - love experimenting. Recently I've also been mixing gelatos with oil pastels. Embossing with powders is probably my oldest favourite though and I particularly love using metallic ones for this.
Gorgeous giveaway and thanks for the chance to win xxx

Annette Smyth said...

Ok I'm fickle and my favourite technique changes all the time but at the moment it's got to be the gorgeous waxes on top of dry brushed embellishments. Ax

Renee McDonald said...

I love the technique of layering random bits and pieces and then bringing it all together cohesively with gesso. It's a great way of using pieces you would never use by themselves - stash busting at its best!

Gitte said...

I am crazy with Rust and Patina Effect Paste.

Jenn DuBell said...

I love creating things that appear worn,rusty or even corroded. Most recently I have found a corroded look technique by using mini art stones,3D matte gel and rust colors.

Louise said...

Looks like you had so much fun, projects are amazing. You have so much talent. I'm just starting this new journey with your online class and can wait to get my first canvas done :)

Susan Fontaine said...

So hard to choose. I would have to say stencils. So versatile for putting down layers, color, textures, that "little something extra". Lol. Love your pics and gorgeous work. Going to look at your class schedule right now! ❤️❤️

Maryann Laursen said...

I´m all new to this mixed media crafting, but love everything and how it ends up, I´m not even sure yet, what the different techniqes are called, but I love to use lots of texture through different stencils with all kinds of paste and gesso and the different spraycolors, and then use all kind of different metallic items with it too, and love the rusty stuff a lot.
So would be soooo amazing if I could be soo lucky to win this, and I´ll be crossing everything.

Susan Fontaine said...

Stencils!!! Color, texture, and that little something extra! Love your work and pics. Going to check class list now!

Nina said...

Rust and patina paste is my thing right now, :-)

Carol w said...

I love the effect of spreading moulding paste on wood surface and stamping into it. Love the texture....and then some of your yummy paints and wax.

Patricia said...

I actually took a class with you at Art is You. Loved it and ordered some of the rust paints before I even left.
My favorite technique is layering paints and paper to make interesting new pictures or designs.

lou said...

Beautiful projects. I love simple old ink sprays and waxes they instantly transform your projects

Marie-Eve said...

I love using all small things I found and mix them on a canvas...I'm a beginner and I'm having very much fun...so glad to found you, you are such an inspiration

Moana Thaden said...

I love seeing all of the projects in your travels. My favorite is layering stencils with gesso or paste and dry brushing because I love the different textures.

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Wow you have been busy, all those workshops and even tine to dress up. I adore your journal pages , they look so freeing and organic, love them. Tracy x

Lori said...

any way to add texture is my favorite, gesso with stencils, found objects, paint. It was fun taking class with you, learned tons.

Craft Addicts - Tracy Evans said...

Oops hit return before mentioning a favourite technique. For me at the moment it is using the Patina Paste and highlighting the detail with metalis, such a gorgeous look. Tracy x

simo said...

Wow you have been busy Anna! Thanks for sharing with us...
My favourite technique is using modeling paste, ephemera and metal...grunge and steampunk are my obsession! ❤

Deb Fortin said...

thanks for sharing your travel adventures with us. Looks like everyone had a fun creative time .

My favourite technique right now is applying moulding paste through stencils and then highlighting the dimensional areas with your new antique brilliance wax . I'm loving the results I'm getting.

I'd love to win your prize package. I can see all sorts of wonderful things I could use them on.

Sandie said...

Hello. Thanks for sharing what you have been doing with us. I love to embellish things with all sorts of goodies then gesso either black or white - depending on how i want my finished object to look then add sprays and paints, mica and pastes. Love my mixed media. Cheers

Wilma said...

Love to play with your paints because they are so shining, your pastes and gessos are the best and and so are your mechanicals.
Great giveaway, keeping my fingers crossed!

Sandy said...

My favorite is to include book pages as background.

Rose Wotton said...

Crackle paste, because it instantly and simply ages things

Golden Goddess Designs said...

I would have to say inks. I try new things with them all the time. Texture was fun for a while but now I am discovering new things with just my inks again...it's always like try the new then go back to the tried and true...

Patti Krauss said...

So good to see the fun you had! Why do we have to pick just one technique? The best thing about mixed media is that you get to let your imagination take you where you want to go with the things you have on hand. I love using found objects on my pieces because they make them so unique. But that's not really a technique, is it? So I would have to say stencils and texture pastes so that I can start with a lovely base for my project and then transform it more with lovely paints, waxes, and delicious metals, flowers, and lace. They are all too yummy!

Patty O'Malley said...

Looks like everyone had a wonderful time! My favorite item to use on mixed media is gesso. It is a fantastic way to alter anything.

Anonymous Crafter said...

I like using both texture paste with a stencil and Mechanicals on canvas. Thanks for the chance to win! Diane--spinlots at Yahoo for com

C. Lace said...

Thanks for the lovely pictures of the beautiful projects. My favorite is working with modeling paste and masks. After that I like highlighting.
Your new mechanicals are awesome, thanks for the give away.

neeti said...

I love mixing colors brush for while and give effects with my hands....

Suzanne Hanlon said...

I am so jealous. Maybe one day, one of these fabulous workshops will come close enough to me to attend. Two of my favourite techniques are image transfers and glazing. I can't seem to get enough, regardless on how they turn out, I am always amazed. Thanks so much for the share. Truly inspiring.

Sally Cain said...

My favourite mixed media technique is making my own custom colour of modelling paste and putting it through one of the many stencils I have on just about anything!

Christine Wacker said...

Hello, first of all, it was wonderful to meet you. You are an amazing artist & teacher. I really enjoyed your classes. I love learning new things.
My favorite mix media technique is layering. Doing so with gesso, paints or sprays, papers or fabrics, ribbons or lace, micas or powders, chipboard or mechanical bits &a pieces. So many options for your creative imagination.
Thank you!

Knyazzy I. said...

I like embossing best of all!

Lynne Joncas said...

hey! Great projects and love the new goodies! My favourite mixed media technique these days is stenciling with texture pastes-I like that it adds dimension and interest but gives crisp, clean lines ( I tend to freak out over smears or leaks!)

KV Creative Designs said...

How wonderful for you to have such amazing Art experiences! I really wanted to go to Art is You, but it just wasn't in the budget.

My fav Mixed Media technique is layering and using different found objects in my art.

Thank you for the opportunity to win you fab mechanical!

Artful Blessings,
Kathryn

Audrey Mislan said...

Stencils combined with any media such as spray, gesso, texture paste and paint. Love the new mechanicals.

Charla said...

Thank you for sharing your journal pages! Last weekend I started playing with decorating tins that I geddoed and am loving the metallic waxes and the opal magic paint.

Charla said...

Thank you for sharing your journal pages! Last weekend I started playing with decorating tins that I gessoed and am loving the metallic waxes and the opal magic paint.

Karina said...

I'm not yet so experienced in Mixed Media but love to try out different techniques. I am a big fan of your artwork and would love to be able to create such fab projects one day. So far I love to create with stencils, structure paste and gesso. Next to try out are mchanicals and the beautiful metallic colors. So the giveaway would come very handy :-)
Love from Switzerland,
Karina

Lea said...

Always great things from you.
I like every Mixed media technique , but i have fun when i use texture paste through stencil and watercolors and coloured powders to add colors.
Thanks for the giveaway.
xoxo Lea

Beth Arp said...

Black gesso and metallic rubs are my favorite right now. Your trip looks amazing!

Karen Smee said...

My favourite mixed media technique is layering - gesso, texture paste, stamping, tissue paper, lace, Art pebbles, Mechanicals, paint, spray inks, etc. Would love to win the new Mechanicals! Thanks for the chance to win.

Cathy Potosky said...

Clipper Street was very excited to have you there!!! :) Scotty I missed out on the fun!
I'd have to say my fave mixed media technique is stencils/mediums because you can get later she and texture and colour at the same time!

jezebel said...

My favorite technique is gesso: using gesso to transform elements to other objects and textures and colors really blew my mind! I can water down the gesso, use as-is, use heavy gesso, color the gesso, add grit and stones to the gesso, gesso only certain elements and not others, oh-the opportunities are endless!! I owe that to you, Anna! Thank you for opening my eyes to the endless uses of gesso!!

FranOnTheEdge said...

At the moment my favourite thing is heat treating tyvek, lutradur, organza and any other synthetic material... it's just so SO much fun!

Johnna said...

Love seeing all the pics from your creative travels. I was going to the Art is You in Minneapolis but I had to change my plans at the last moment. So sorry to have missed the chance to create with you. Right now I'm enjoying using embossing pastes and black gesso and using layers and layers of papers on my mixed media.

Linda S said...

I took your Day Dreamer workshop at Art Is You Minneapolis. Thank you for a fantastic class. I'm thrilled with my canvas and just ordered more of your Mechanicals to make another one. My favorite technique has been layering with pastes, stencils and paints, but I think working with the Mechanicals and your paints and waxes is going to be a new favorite!

Grá O'Neill said...

Texture paste through stencils or just run through with tools. Metallic paste highlights or gessoed & painted. These are a few of my favourite things :)

Carole Wright said...

wow looks like you had an amazing time, wish i was there! I have just bought some of your 3d gel medium, cant wait to play with adding lots of embellies to my projects. Lots of love x

Janina Taljaard said...

Love seeing all the beautiful things you made. I'm still rather new to mixed media so my favourite technique at the moment is spreading my gesso through a stencil an seeing that raised gorgeousness!!

Laure Janus ~ Little Joys Studio said...

Pink hair looks good on you! Thanks for the give away, I wish I could have made it up to MN. I'd have to say my favorite technique is imagination, because when I put away over-thinking and just let my imagination take control, everything works. Thant's why I need everything YOUR imagination comes up with; I never know which product my imaginative little hand will grab!

Jenny Jones said...

I just love mixed media, it is the putting things together and not necessarly matching . It is a wonderful progress from bits and pieces to something really spectacular I think my favourite aspect is getting bits of material into stiffening agent and making shapes, kitchen roll is wonderful if no spare bit of material. I love how once dry the texture looks fabulous. xx

karen adams said...

I love the metallic waxes on black gesso and th ruste paste! Cant pick just one! The results are so easy and fantastic !

Nikki Acton said...

Painting over a layered and textured surface xxx

lehtipollo said...

I love thick pastes that I can spread through a stencil. Cool patterns & textures & colours in one go!

jean keay said...

My favourite Mixed Media technique has to be 3d paste - it gives texture and height to any project. It can be used through a stencil or randomly applied - it can be plain or coloured - it's so versatile - I can't live without it!

Lilly said...

Hi !!! thank you for sharing ; the pictures are great!! Shows lots of fun !!! I wish I was there!!!! My favorite mix media technique is to play with different textures stencils ... ribbons .... what ever I find in my husbands tools box😊... or my kids toys!!! Now , that I got all my gessos and medias I am loving placing with the black gesso and the metallics .., is really awesome see the magic at the end of your project !!!! I am really happy since I found this group!!! I have learn tons and tons!!! I really hope to have the opportunity to take one of your live classes here in Miami Fl...... Thank you , so much!!! Lilly💋

Lanette said...

Right now I'm loving wax, its do easy and it adds so much so fast!! Plus it smells really good too :)

Linda S said...

I love making everything look rusty and old. Rust paste is my go to right now :)

Geri Stuart said...

I guess my favorite is any kind of texture paste because they can be used in so many different ways - as you so clearly demonstrate with your lovely projects. Maybe someday I'll get to one of your classes.

colourmyworld said...

I like to add Powertex to my mixed media projects it's a fabric hardener and is great for texture and structure xx

Tarnished Rose said...

I love gooping on soft matte gel and then heating it until it cracks and bubbles as dries. Gives such a wonderful texture and translucency to whatever you use to color it. It's a technique I saw Karen Tamir do.

Marilyn

Rata Gerritsen said...

My absolute favorite right now is the rust paste, I have only one but I cant wait to get more colours, it's really popped my steampunk project :).

Jill said...

Definitely the new Patina Effects Pastes! I love anything that looks like it's been around forever with layers of stuff that tells the story of time. Thank you for sharing your luscious works that are always a feast for the eyes.

ems84 said...

At the moment it's Iron Orchid Design molds, gesso and prima metallique or antique brilliance waxes. It's like the philosopher's stone of crafting!

Allyce L said...

Oooooo... creating sculptural art from found objects ranks pretty high on my list. Discovering (at Art Is You, Mpls) your rust effect paste set and mechanicals to enhance my work was wonderful!!

BlueRose said...

I'm new to mixed media. I found my way to it via a feature article of you in Somerset studio magazine. It was right after your art transformation course went on line. The technique I love the most is using waxes to highlight texture and to add colour and depth to a piece. It's so effective and adaptable and fun. I love the bright jewel colours too!

Maryann said...

Loved seeing all of the happy faces in your workshop photos. Nice to see Seth in one of the photos. That photo sure looked like a fun group.
The technique I like to play with the most is texture making using sewing pattern paper to scrunch around and make my hills and valleys as the base for my work. I consider that an oldie but goodie technique that I love.

Kate said...

I love using drippy paint. I know that is not really a technique but it is my favorite thing to do in backgrounds! I love how it makes a watercolor effect.

Nicki Weathersby said...

I'm so glad I found you on my artistic journey!
I love experimenting with texture, layers, color, and objects. I also love taking broken or used items and breathing new life into them through my creative vision and expression.

Sandpaper Road said...

My favorite mixed media technique right now is heavy gesso over metal (adhered to canvas, cardstock, glass jars, wine bottles, etc. Then metallic anything over top: wax, paint, gelato, ANYTHING. SOOOO beautiful!

Kristen Osborne said...

I love playing with texture. Tissue paper, stencils and texture paste, different sizes and colors of paper, and cotton balls. I live all of your videos... they give me so much inspiration to try new things.

Ava Gavloski said...

I like to add seed beads and small crystal beads and babels to my mixed media projects because it adds so much interest and texture to the valleys of a project.

Jean said...

Would so love to take a class. I love using texture paste and stencils. Thank you for the inspiration.

Joan said...

I will always love collage and layering. Especially if I have things like found objects, old book pages, vintage images, etc. to mix in there.

Anne Dwyer said...

Aren't those ladies lucky to have seen and worked with you in person! My favourite technique is crackling something as you can immediately turn something new into something that looks old, but you can use it through stencils, by itself and on endless different sorts of items from metal to wood to paper! Thanks so much for sharing your talent and the chance to win.

Cindy Porter said...

fabulous photo's
my fav technique at the moment is creating rust on anything and everything .... love the rust pastes, and now am becoming addicted to the new concrete and pumice pastes...

Marci said...

I am not real experienced at mixed media except inking through stencils. I really enjoy that. I did get some of your Metallique waxes and I am loving playing with their gorgeous colors. I hope to try more things.

Amante del Papel said...

So funny and great pictures, my fave technique include gesso, stencils and embossing pastes. Love the texture on the background. Thanks for the amazing chance to win!

Anat said...

Home sweet home...

My favourite mixed media technique is layering - gesso, texture paste, stamping, tissue paper, lace, Art pebbles, Mechanicals, paint, spray inks, etc. Would love to win the new Mechanicals! Thanks for the chance to win.

Denise Bryant said...

What awesome projects! I love seeing all those happy faces in the classes too! Creative bliss!
Using embossing or texture pastes is what I am loving at the moment!

Rebecca Ednie said...

My fave mixed media tech is stenciling. So many different products can be used with a stencil!

Dotti Will Do said...

Love adding the Mikva flakes for filling those teeny tiny texture spaces!! Love your work!

pinky jain said...

I love mixed media completely. Out of all most I love is gesso. I love the way everything synchronizes n transforms into a unique piece of art after gesso.

disha jain said...

Nice photo captures of your art, fun and the work of all the people around you in the images :)

The technique which I like about mixed media is that it follows no specific technique in particular and that's why names as Mixed Media. I like it because in mixed media platform all artists are welcomed to use any and every art form and get varied results with their creative minds :)

Thanks for your giveaway. It was fun writing the answer :)

Allie Marie said...

Oh Thank you for this give away , my fav tech is transforming something old and giving it new life, or finding treasures at home and turning them into a fav art piece.... I love the use of paints layering bits of found materials using stencils.... getting grubby inky fingers adding sparkles, beads textures... anything to tell my story through my art

Marjut said...

I like the stencil and stamp with crackle texture paste. Also i like rust paste. Thank you for the chance to win.

keck said...

Thanks for sharing your travels!!!!I hope to be able to join one of your classes the next time you come to the states. My favorite mixed media technique is covering objects with black gesso, the using white gesso and color to pick up the details, or using your waxes to lift details. I just bought my first waxes and love them, so creamy!!!! Thanks for your inspiration!!!!!

Melizza Velez said...

I love to gesso and repainted or texture anything I can get my hands on. I love stencils and modeling paste and then adding shimmery Colors and flakes and beads. Just anything that will breathe life and depth into a piece.

corinne de france MARCH said...

My favourite mixed media technique is mixing layers, and is covering my project with black gesso (love experimenting.) but I like everything , you are my inspiration ;-)

Maria said...

I love everything you did. Looked so much fun

Suzanne McLean said...

I love adding things most would consider junk to a collage and making it part of something beautiful.

Anita Utheim Hansdatter said...


My favorite is the new metalic wax, the colors are stunningly beautiful, and the impression along with the texture past is amazing

Kimberly Daniels said...

Thank you for sharing your visits and projects. I love everything you make. I guess my favorite, if I have to pick just one, is making canvases using everything I can find and then layering medium until the desired affect. It's amazing to me how you can turn parts and pieces into such beautiful pieces. I love my junkin"!

*SHeRRy B* said...

I'm just a beginner so I don't really have a favorite yet. I guess it would be stencils because you can do so much with them!

kari said...

Just signed up to take the moonlight class need to learn more about waxes.

sara s. said...

I recently took a class from you at the Art Is You retreat in Santa Rosa, CA, and am pretty new at mixed media, but I fell in love with all of it from your class and am looking forward to making more canvases.

Gemma Maggs said...

Thanks for sharing your travels with us, you've been super busy. The new sets of mechanicals are amazing, so excited...
My favourite techniques change all of the time, but at the moment I'm using a lot of art stones, rust paints and crackle pastes. They look so fabulous when used altogether.
Thanks for the chance to win x

Purpledebs27 said...

My favourite technique is adding everyday things to my art products as i can't always get what i want e.g.adding beach sand and paint to white impasto paste to make it into a texture paste. Its my process of "try it, lets see what it looks like" playing is half the fun in creating. Love your work.

suzieq23 said...

My fave mixed media technique is what you have taught me. Creating a layer of fabric, ribbon, etc., adding the mechanicals and other found objects, and using the beautiful colors to adorn the art piece. Thank you.
suzschultz23(at)aol(dot)com

Romaine Chevalier said...

I love to play with stencils, pastes ans colors. But it is very hard to chose one only technique...
Thank you very much for all the inspiration you give to me !!!
Ciao
Romaine

Sharon said...

I just love the Art basics Soft Gel range,and the inspiration i get from seeing all the projects on here.

JillieM said...

Your samples look amazing Anna, and what a wonderful time you look to have had. I'm very new to mixed media and have a lot to learn, but I have recently discovered the art alchemy waxes and adore them, so I have to say that using them over black gesso is my favourite technique...... so far :)

Abela Artistry said...

Great Pics. I wish Australia wasn't so far away, I'd love to see your creativity live! My favorite mixed media technique uses organic backgrounds. Then the magic of sprays!! Lots of colours and building layers and blends. Then the flat brushing to bring the colors into three dimensions. ❤️❤️❤️

Roberta Davis said...

Looks like you had an amazing time Anna!! I'm really enjoying using my water colours on water colour card and embossed images at the minute - I just get carried away to my happy place using all of my crafty stash no matter what medium I am using. Have to say though I really love your new waxes - they smell devine and the results you get with them is amazing. Looking forward to joining you at Julie's in June :) Thanks for the opportunity to join in on your give away 😊😊

Nadya Drozdova said...

Great post! It's very interesting to see how you spend your time and creations that your pupils made on live workshops))) I like to try different techniques and products, learn something new. At the moment I like metallique acrylic paints, new sparks and waxes.

Radovan Kianica said...

Hello Finnabair! I love your work. You are so great. You give me som much inspiration. Good luck.
I like the old things they see as found in the garage garrison, or in the buzzard. He has a lot of patina, copper and scroooms, or keys. Everything I can find in a garage and give it a new life and soul.
Have a nice time
Your fan
Rado

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