Yesterday I was lucky enough to attend a workshop yesterday run by Leonie Pujol (one of Create and Craft's presenters) in the lovely little village of Castor just outside Peterborough.
The other attendees were all fun and enthusiastic and the day flew by. I expect we all would have hung around much longer if it hadn't been for the dang Viking invasion of the village hall at 4.30.
The first card was the acetate scallop card with the elegant lady silhouette. It was my first acetate card - and chief among the challenges was keeping the acetate clean! We used a clear enamel on the silhouette (I have to get some of that) and white enamel to make the dots (I have to get some of that too).
The second card was a cute little tag card with flowers which meant we got to play with some distress inks. So much messy fun! There were lots of different coloured inks for the cards and each one I saw made me think -- oh! that's my favourite colour.
Gorgeous goddaughter Genevieve is coming around on Thursday for an extended gossip and pizza sess and she's asked if we can play with some paper. Can't wait to have a go with all the new stuff I've learned (and acquired)