Whilst I won my heat at Britain's Best Dish, I wasn't picked out of the final four puds (down to the final two) in our region.
Obviously one of my currants, in my dish, was contaminated and clouded the judges decision! Those damn greek currants, I knew they would fail me.
And all I wanted to do was have a little cook-off in the Savoy and nick a plate as a souvenir as part of the shows running. But where god closes a door, he opens the huge french windows so that these next few weeks, I can concentrate on a job interview, Belles recuperation, the GoGo retreat and a weekend away with the girls on the Yorks Dales. Plus my commitments to Letraset et al
On a more crafty note, I spent the day teaching at the Bromsgrove crop. It was a huge gathering of scrappers who partook in a double layout class, a canvas class and an altered bird class. I have never been made to feel more welcome - I LOVED IT!
One lady, called Bernice, shared with me her projects from the recent Tim Holtz UK tour. They are amazing things to look at, truly. Ive got pictures to share but as its sooooooo late and Ive been busy with lots of other stuff today, I show them tomorrow. Including some more ProMarker techniques.