Sunday, 6 December 2009

Workshop




Had a lovely day yesterday with Jan at a workshop taught by Sue Roddis at the Stamp Attic in Wantage, oxfordshire. We made a ' Down your Street' piece using distress inks and whatever stamps we wanted from a selection of Tim Holtz, Stampotique and my favourite Wendy Vecchi.throughout the day we were able to nip into the shop and add to our baskets - what delight!!! I'm sure we all ( seven of us) thoroughly enjoyed the day and for me it was worth the long run down there.

10 comments:

Sherry said...

The bit about nipping back and forth the shop adding to your basket sounds lethal Maureen! Did they have a basket big enough though? LOL

Love your houses too - I like the pale colours and the text - as well as the stamps of course.

CJ Stitching and Blooms said...

Wow Maureen, what unique cards. I love the one with the tulip the best. Sounds like you had a super fun day and did a "bit" of shopping too. VBG Maureen I am trying to picture exactly where you live in the UK Are you North, South or West of London?? Hugs Judy

Nicks said...

i hear you did quite alot of popping into the shop!

Jan said...

Lol to Nicks.... she obviously read my blog first!
Yours look good 'standing up' but I'm still deciding whether to join mine or not.
Thank you for sharing the day with me xx

Viv's Visuals said...

These are lovely too Maureen.... who did Jan say spent the most??? You??? Did she forget about HER Christmas pressie then? Goody - you can send it to me instead! LOL

alcoholinky said...

didn't yours turn out well Maureen? I know what you mean about nipping back and forth to the shop. It got me too! LOL

Heather said...

That sounds like a fantastic workshop Maureen and I love what you have made. I've recently treated myself to Sue Roddis's book and think it's great. Thankyou so much for my Christmas ATC and needlecase - I don't know what I have done to deserve them! There's a tiny something on it's way to you.

Barbara Hagerty said...

This is fabulous!!!

Sue said...

Glad you had a good time Maureen, your pieces look fab!!
Sue

WendyK said...

These are lovely Maureen, and I can't believe you spent a lot of money !!!!!