Saturday, 28 October 2017
Friday, 20 October 2017
VGood afternoon, I have just got home after a fab class with some hilarious ladies.
Today we made a Christmas wreath made from curled paper. It's quite a stunning wreath once completed but lots of prepping work for me lol. In this group I had to cut 10550 pieces of double sided paper. My next class I will need to do triple that amount.
Here's the wreath the ladies were making .
This wreath is very easy to make , round flat polesterene wreath . Curl all the papers quite tight into a curly moustaxhe shape. Pin or fit glue on wreath , alternating direction and filling in gaps. If glueing make sure you add glue to paper not wreath as it tends to melt wreath.
Here are my lovely ladies at work.
Friday, 15 September 2017
Hello everybody hope you are fit and well.
Today was the first of my two tier box class. I shared these boxes in my last post , super cute and so easy to make.
The ladies who joined me today completed the projects with no problems what's so ever. Here are a few action shots .....
After the workshop I then went to the relaunch of craft shop Serendipity. I was asked to do a stamping and stenciling demonstration. Champagne flowed and the relaunch was very successful.
Anyway now time to spend some time with my daughter who has come over from England to see me. Take care and keep crafting xx
Tuesday, 12 September 2017
Good Evening, hope you are all fit and well.
Weather cooler now so this month I start my classes again. I thought I would slowly drag the ladies towards Christmas with a cute little gift box.
The blue box holds mini bath bombs which I picked up from Gladrags Boutique were I live.
The Christmas box holds quite a few chocolates, I've done alittle research and it holds 8 of my favorite chocolates Ferro Roche lol.
I'm holding two classes this month the 29th is full but I still have a couple of places for the 15th September. Hope to see you soon take care xx
Friday, 28 July 2017
. What a brilliant afternoon we all had. 2nd class using shaving foam and hair gel , I can now share the cards.
During the class I tried to open a new gel bottle, how do manufacturers expect people with any dexterity problems to open these bottles. I struggled and ended up flinging huge blobs onto poor Mo, one of the craft ladies pictured below.
Tuesday, 25 July 2017
Hi everyone, hope you are all well.
Spain is super hot at the moment, which apparently is quite unusual for the his time of year.
Normally I would cool down in the pool but my husband drained it to do some repairs, I just hope he gets it finished before August.
Lovely class on Friday. I demonstrated the shaving foam technique and hair gel
Place a piece of white card onto your shaving foam gently pressing down making sure the whole area is covered . Lift the card off and scrape the excess foam off then pat dry with kitchen roll. It leaves the most fabulous marble effect . This is a great technique for background papers.
We then used a tree stencil and made another background.
I will explain hair gel in my next post as I have another class on Friday, so will share pictures of cards made. Please leave a comment would love to hear from you. Take care and keep crafting love Julie xx
Saturday, 24 June 2017
Hola hope you are all fit and well.
The weather here in Spain is exceptionally hot for June, thank goodness for aircon.but that didn't stop us crafting.they all made a gorgeous framed picture from card .
I love making these so simple , they make fabulous gifts. I'm going to make some for Christmas presents.... Sorry I mentioned the c-word .lol.
The ladies did very well considering it was so hot.
I normally bring cream cakes to the class but because of the heat I spoilt them with ice creams .
Friday, 21 April 2017
Some lovely new ladies who did very well.
Here are a few bags I made , they are quite sturdy . The smaller one is made from designer series paper. This bag takes a small candle or sweets.
Here are the ladies crafting and eating cream cakes lol.....
Anyway got to go , cards to make for tomorrow's market. See you all soon. Take care and keep crafting Julie's