Wednesday, 14 September 2011

Christmas came early in Nottingham

Cor it's been a while hasn't it? I've had so many emails and messages asking if I'm OK as I haven't blogged in a while - thank you so much! I am fine, have just been super busy and then had a poorly Zac followed by a poorly hubby and a lot of work in between to organise my all day Christmas class which was on Saturday just gone.

I had a fabulous day with the help of my lovely downline Tracy. We had Christmas music playing, lots of Christmas projecta nd of course celebration chocolates out to scoff! I took loads of photos but stupidly I must have switched it to the wrong setting so the mojority of the photos are too blurred to share. However I have managed to rescue some of them!

Here's a shot of part of the hall! We made use of the room dividers as they were the perfect height for setting up stamping and die cutting stations!


Here are Sarah and Lexie showing off some of their creations (these two are the tidiest crafters I've ever met!)




And here's Margaret, busily working on her Christmas banner!


Megan, Ellie and Gwen busy at the stamping station, but stopped for a smile!


Jill working at the speed of light. Poor Jill had double booked herself and had to sccot off at 1.30 to get to the theatre!


A view of the stampin station!


I'm afraid no close up photos of the projects as they came out so badly, but I shall steal some from the instructions I've put together over the week and share them that way. There were just so many projects to make including a luminary, gift boxes and tags, a banner and loads of cards too!

The PDF instructions will be on here tomorrow.

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2 comments:

  1. Looks like a fun day! glad to have you check in as I did wonder if you were OK, Jo x

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  2. Wow you have been busy - hope the family are back to full health. Your All Day Christmas class looks absolutely brilliant - lots of smiley faces.

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