Wednesday, 1 December 2010


Well, here we are on the 1st December and Christmas is approaching all too fast. I still have so much to do.

Firstly, a big thank you to all those who ventured out in the snowy conditions on Saturday to attend our Christmas Jingle workshop at the Anglian Sports & Social club with Angie and myself. Whilst the journey in was a little scary, I was pleased we had wonderful sunshine all day with no further snow fall, and hope you all got home safely.

With half of a Simply Scrappin' Christmas Jingle kit, plus some extras, there were 24 samples on display and attendees were able to use their materials plus additional stamps, punches etc to make whichever designs they chose and also to vary as they wished. Here are a few of samples :-

In addition to this, our class had a CD calendar to make and decorate. This was a project that Angie and myself completed when we attended a 'Stamp With Us' weekend earlier in the year. Apologies no picture but I need to find my sample which is buried in my overflowing craft room. I have ordered some new storage and will hopefully be starting to re-organise soon, so will keep you updated in another blog post later. Will add photo as soon as I find. Weather permitting, we are off to another 'Stamp With Us' day on Saturday, so pop back here next week to see what we got up to.
Secondly, I would like to share the birthday card I made for Julie and Sarah who both had birthdays last week. I have seen this flower created by several different people but this is a slight twist on a variation.

My December Workshop is Bury St Edmunds is a further Punchart class, learning how to make fun creatures with punches but also alternative ways to use those punches that you may not have thought of. This will be completely different projects to a similar class earlier this year.

If you are interested in attending on Saturday 11th December, 10am-4pm at the Moreton Hall Community Centre in Bury, please give me a call on 07806 616704 to reserve the last few spaces. I look forward to you joining us.

Please keep safe and warm in this snowy weather.

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