Using PP's from Sassafras, Making Memories Tiny Alphas, Thickers and a Grungeboard Birdie.
After seeing Wendy Rago's project on the P52 blog where she had used a nail, I was so inspired to make something using a nail too!
The nail was pulled from one of the beams in my sitting room - its old - not as old as the house but probably pushing 200 years - Hubs wasn't so impressed that I pulled it for "another one of my crafty mess making things" but when he saw how I'd used it, he chilled and was fine :D
Over the years we have been collating info about the house and now we have a place to store the dog eared sepia toned photo's and some of the stories that this old house has to tell.
Whilst driving home from Cornwall on Saturday night all I could think about was how I couldn't wait to escape the dark and dismal night and head into the warmth of home. The fire was lit, Hubs had cooked and as soon as I had eaten I kicked off my shoes and bagged my spot on the sofa - and promptly fell fast asleep!
My classes were great fun to teach because the Cornish ladies are such fun to be around. We laughed, giggled, ate lots of yummy cake and scrapped the day away.
Rebecca had stocked up the Scrap Angels shop with some very lovely "lovelies" indeed - so my purse is a little lighter than it should be...opps :S
Saturday morning I taught a Prima Transparency and Paintables class using Say it in Crystal Swirls, BAB Gems, Whispered Words alphas, Journaling blocks and Frilles Blooms - all of which are my current my fav's from Prima - well they were until I spied all of the lushness that's being released this week.
We put together two projects -
and a canvas.
I'll share the other classes tomorrow - the clocks ticking and I need to dash!
Thanks for dropping by.