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Friday, 24 October 2008

Today at The Glitter Pot

Thanks to all the ladies who came to my Rubber Stamp Tapestry class today, I think we all had a great time and everybody made some beautiful pictures ready to be mounted onto Christmas cards and Birthday cards. Once my samples are completed ie made into cards too! I'll get them photographed and on my blog. But there are lots of ideas at the shop. Off to Budapest on Sunday, no not to teach rubber stamping or floral punch craft but to get some quality time with my hubby and some serios relaxing for me. The cats are going into their usual hotel with Aunty Maureen till Wednesdy, I miss them already.

Thursday, 16 October 2008

Poinsettia Perfection


Another great class at The Glitter Pot with some smashing ladies a couple of weeks ago produced this brilliant card in the floral punch craft class. Its easy peasy using a Christmas tree punch cut up to make the petal shape. Want to find out more? Then come and see me at The Glitter Pot this Saturday 18th October when I will be demonstrating Rubber Stamp Tapestry, see you then.
I'm off to Luton this Sunday to teach more floral punch craft to 18 ladies who are customers of Inspire Craft, a little gem of a shop stocked full of wonderful things and run by two fabulous people Helen and Paul. We will be making daffodils, orchids and fuchsias.
Last weekend I was in Exmouth at Japonica doing a workshop day. I used my Winter Warmers set of Christmas stamps and we made cute tags with stockings and hats. Janet (who owns Japonica) has some very nice customers. Lets hope I get invited back there again soon.

Silver Bubble Fun!


My bubble tree Christmas set seems to be a bit of a hit with you lot. Here is a picture of the card we made in my last class with The Glitter Pot, Bryan took the picture for me as the card is in the shop on display.
You can use anything to put in the circles from peel offs to buttons, gems and brads, just rummage through your bits and pieces box and see what you can find. Change the colour too, how about pink and purple or orange and lime green.


On the allotment

On the allotment
Another stamp inspiration?