Saturday, 12 July 2014

Let's Go For A Woodland Walk....

Morning Ladies

Hope I find you all well and enjoying this sunshine we are having at the moment.....let's hope that it lasts a long time!

I have been busy with the class packs in between doing a bit of  gardening while the weather is good. There are always lots of jobs to be getting on with at this time of year if you have a garden. Things grow too quickly and need trimming down constantly, fences need painting and other things need mending. Roll on winter then we can stay inside and just I don't mean that really..... It so makes you feel better when the sun shines.

The last class was a summer theme with 'All at Sea' and I have a few pictures I took that I didn't put on the last blog post showing the little bottles for the 'message in a bottle' and the rock formation....

         Which I have to say was very tasty, as there just happened to be a few left over......

I have booked more dates up until December and will get back to you with the dates for the Christmas classes which will be October and November. I am organising two different ones again. I am also hoping to do a Christmas class at home again too.

New Dates:-
Sat. Sept. 6th  - To be given a title later.

My next class is on Sat. Aug. 2nd - Woodland Walk and here are a couple of the samples I have made.

This one using a new die from Spellbinders and a MME paper in the back ground (a new one to me). Both are available to buy. A little bit of glitter added to the Dandelion flower makes all the difference....

Can't have a Woodland Walk theme without an owl in the tree, one never knows when one will come across one!!!! if you are very lucky.
Hope you like the samples, and if you would like to come along to the class just email me.

Just before I go a few ladies have asked over Charlie, as you know my cat, so I have posted a few photos of the cheeky chappie!!!!

                                        Spot his hiding place!

This photo was when I was clipping a box hedge lollipop tree, he was close by and covered in the clippings but he never moved, unlike when I sprayed him with the hose....needless to say he didn't like that!!!! Sometimes you just have to do these things.
Bye for now.
Jennifer x