This weekend I went down to Bristol for a one day workshop with Mandy at Mod Scraps and taught alongside Hils and Giselle. The students (well, lets just say bristol UKS'ers!!)must have come away with some pretty good quality stuff - all complete except to add photos at home. I loved this venue held in a school hall with lots of light, nice company and yummy party food. I got to meet Beth - FINALLY - after all this time. She is just so lovely **waves**. I taught my trash book using Crate papers avenue range. I could not speak properly as I have a congested chest (steady) and Mandy had mothered me with Lemsip the night before whilst I stole one of the twins bedroom. Alice's room has this fabulous and I MEAN fabulous wall with designer paper here.
Ive asked alice for a little piece so I scrap with it. As a thank you to sweet alice I took these really funko pictures of her and her chiselled chinned boyf - look at how gorgous they are. It looks like an advert for CK or something equally as punk. Im so pleased with how they turned out but let me say that this young couple are not an act - he absolutely adores her.
I set off for Little Cottage crafts in the heart of a stunning village setting in near Georgeham. I arrived with no voice to meet Tracie, her hub and two gorgous sons. Alison Docherty and Tigger were there and we met up with some more uk scrappers when we went out for a pub meal including Debbie Jewell. Chit chit chatting was fun, bit of a late night and very little sleep ready for todays classes in a brilliantly bright conservatory. I taught an exploding box using Joyful papers from Ki, a match book and 3 cards before a scrummy hot and cold buffet. I took 8 session photos with some of the students in the afternoon and also some of tracies boys (total skater dudes).
And finally, have you seen how scrummy these two women are? This is Fiona Beckman and Tracie Hudson ... I know so many gorgous scrappers you know.
And Mandy Parr? I'll get you next time, love xx