Tuesday, 19 June 2012

Another busy month!

On Saturday, when visiting my downline Dawn, who has been rather poorly, my friend Anita said that it was a good while since I had updated my blog!  How right she was!  A whole month has flown by and I hardly noticed.  Not sure how people find the time to go to work, look after a family, craft AND write a blog every day.  I take my hat off to all of them.

The Sincerely Yours craft fair at the Showground in Lincoln was a very tiring day.  Zoe and I, ably assisted by Olivia and Emily (young, fit and active teenagers) organised a Stampin'Up stand and were visited by hundreds of crafters during the day.  Lots of people came and made a bag, using the new Score Board and certainly, many people expressed interest in the Stampin'Up products and their excellent quality.

I have been acting as a voluntary guide  for the Church School's Festival in Lincoln Cathedral this month, which required some homework and a lot of time on my feet, so only four workshops so far this month. We have concentrated on using products out of the Summer Mini and have had some great results, making boxes, rosettes, envelopes and cards.

Ginny showed us how to use ink refills and felt to make these lovely butterflies. I think it is known as the 'babywipe' technique.
It 's difficult to see the scroll of DSP over Hello on Rita's card.  It looked super.

And finally, at Ginny's workshop, they concentrated on cards for Father's Day.

Thanks for looking.  Please leave a comment.   Happy crafting to everyone.