Monday, 23 August 2010

My Day


It's been a very long but very rewarding day. I was teaching my Printers Tray class today for the first time. I knew it was going to be a challenge for me as it is a very intense project. Lots of elements and techniques and all my girlies did a fab job. So thank you Hilary for persuading me to teach this as project as a class.
So here we are, early morning before my ten students arrived from all over the country. The weather was really bad this morning and the motorways were a nightmare.......but that doesn't stop a seasoned crafter does it? Of course it doesn't!!!!!
So everyone eventually arrived safely and here they all are hard at work.....and I did work them hard today too!!!!
This is a bit of the aftermath.....we've already cleaned up loads!!!! They were all very organised today.
Even all the creamy biscuits were tidied away!!!!
And this is what they made!

At the moment, not a day goes by without at least one person asking me about the next release of classes. We are hoping to have the information up on the website for you to look at in the next day or so and they will be on sale on Saturday 4th September, so if your are interested in taking a class with either myself or Linda Elbourne, you need to pencil that date in your diary as we usually sell out on release day.

17 comments:

Sam said...

These are beautiful! I did one of these printer trays myself but it turned out no where near as lovely as this!!

AmyK said...

Wow, those are gorgeous!

Anonymous said...

Love that beautiful tray. So happy I signed up for the Dutch Day.
Margriet

She said...

Wow from me too - this is stunning, wish I lived nearer! S xx

Piddawinkle said...

those trays are gorgeous, very inspirational :)

kath said...

wow lin this is awesome....stunning and very beautiful...I think I need to up sticks and move south so I can come to your fab classes...hugs kath xxx

Linda Cain said...

Love it, love it, love it!!!! Need I say more?!?!?!?!?!?

Wish we were closer so we could play!

kjjc said...

stunning Lin. ABsolutely stunning. So wish I lived nearer. It is just a tad too far but next time I can get a weekend away I know where I am heading.

Val said...

Just beautiful!
Hugs
Valxx

Daniele said...

morning......I'm pooped you don't realise how tiring it is creating until you stop. I'm going to post my tray today and I was thrilled to bits with it , but then I'm please with all the pieces I've created with you...many thanks
hugs

chris'nlinda said...

OOh! Can't wait for Saturday now! Though it sounds as if Lin and I will have to get a move on to finish in time! See you then, chris - just back from a very wet holiday in Cornwall! never again!

Sharne's Bit 'n' Bobs said...

Love that printers tray!

Kat said...

Hi Linda, I just wanted to say a big thank you to you for the class I had such a great time, I finished it when I got home and added some of my own bits and bobs,
I have put it on my blog

www.katscraftcreations.blogspot.com

if you would like to see my end result (I am so pleased with it)

Thank you so much again I learned a lot,
Kathleen.

Primitive Seasons said...

Could I inquire, since I'm unable to take the classes from here in the US, what papers were used on this piece. It's lovely.

Mary
www.primitiveseasons.blogspot.com

Starla said...

I am seriously (ok...not that seriously) thinking I need to move across the ocean so I can take a class!! This is jut GORGEOUS!! I so want to know how to do this!!

KathyW said...

Hi Lin
Thank you for a great class. I had a great time and so looking forward the artsycraft weekend in Oct.

Kathy Eddy said...

These are all stunning works of art! I wanna play!