I have another day to follow on from this one which will be the same sort of set up. This time to cover portraits, composition and photoshop techniques (may fall slightly into digi scrapping). Hubs has access to fabbo overhead projection equipment that I can photoshop photos with whilst you all sit back and slurp coffee!! It will have another scrap class or two on board. I have taken 10 bookings today even though I havent secured a date (will confirm that on Monday). What I will do for those who travel miles to enjoy these ventures is make an option for a two dayer and have the sunday as an all day crop with fab prizes again. Ill bring my studio for the sunday and we can PLAY! Let me have your feedback on that girlies.
Her Space/My Space has gone bonkers. The concept isn't exactly new but the idea to team it up with scrapbooking is and Anita and I are so excited to share this with you. As I have had the busiest weekend on record, my pictures have been somewhat "there". This is good - we all cannot produce the goods and the prompts are open to interpretation. The prompts since launch have been cold (this was a heart shaped ice cube), two (this was my two fave pictures we have in our lounge) and row (a row of rusting metal slats we have behind the shed!!) Join us - its inspiring.
Design Collective - gosh, how could we have known the buzz that this has created? Im flanked squarely with 13 other fiendishly fabberiffic designers as I try and take it all in. If you know of any scrappers who want to try a new and exciting venture - perhaps those who can't get to retreats and crops, maybe housebound scrappers, perhaps are forum shy or those who simply seek the thrill of a freshly prepared array of unique and nowhere-to-be-seen-but-here delights weekly for a 85 per class - go here.
And finally - my speshie dare for this friday gone. Based on the prompt "using your old, preloved supplies" I chose papers from yesteryear and page pebbles. I quite like the result but man - supplies, styles and papers change rapidly. I thought Id never go off fibres and flowers but I did. But let it be said - AINT never gonna stop me lovin Basic Grey. You heard it. Ain't never.