Monday, August 30, 2010

Workshop updates



I do hope you are having a good Monday Bank holiday.. me: I am working some of it.. and having some time off tomorrow to visit one of my favourite places- Hastings! Felt there might not be so many crowds on the roads or even on the seafront tomorrow! lol
I have several workshops coming up for the next month, and beyond, and if you fancy a play day with me, all the information is here! You could come along and play with utee and metal and Tim's dies at Pickleberry Papercrafts on Saturday September 11th
or you could come and create with lots of grungepaper and metal and mica sprays with me at Sharon's Card Crafts on Saturday September 18th.

If you are coming along to Artisan, you can also make an altered mini suitcase with me on both days.
I also have play days ( ooh so lucky to call them those..lol not that I get to play much...but you do!) at It's Crafting Time near Cambridge on Saturday and Sunday October 23rd and 24th.... The information and contacts are down the side of this blog or on this page..
Come and have fun with me!
Hope you are having a very Creative Monday

9 comments:

Created By You said...

Absolutely beautiful projects.. wish you were on this side of the ocean :)

Clare H said...

Would love to do the first book with you but I cant get down to you to do it!! Come up north some time and make it plleeeeaaaassssseeeeee

Jan said...

Love the album with all the gears! The flowers are gorgeous!

Hels Sheridan said...

Loving that top one especially... lots of lush stuff on it :O)) x

Janeyc49 said...

Gorgeous projects - oh how I wish I lived nearer !

Cheryl said...

oh wow hun these are fantastic oh how i wish,i was near to be able to create something like this would be heaven,hugs cheryl x

Shar said...

Amazing projects! Too bad there's an ocean between us or I'd be at every class you gave!

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Ohhhhh, I need to be there! whaaaaaaaaaaa

beautiful stuff GF!!

Heavenly Anarchist said...

Lovely steampunk work! Must look at the Cambridge days...