Wednesday, 29 October 2008

24hr Crop

Over £500 was raised on the night. All the money going to St Peters Hospice, Bristol. We had alot of fun, several classes were given and a few kits we could buy too. A huge raffle, where I won a couple of things, that are lovely, a candle, notebook, some pretty papers and a ribbon threader punch. Some lovely food was brought along to revive flagging energies. Thanks to the organizers for a great day/evening/night.

Here are a couple of things I created whilst there. The first two are of the UK holiday we had the other week, I need to add some handwriting to remind us what it was all about. The kit album is K&Co. "Everything you need to create your personalized project".

This is a paper bag book which I made in a class at a ModScraps crop last year and finally got round to using. Perfect for visit to the Cardigan coast with some scrapping friends.

This was a kit I bought at the crop and involved alot of painting of matchboxes. Anyone need any matches? After the aqua colour paint was dry I dabbed some pearly paint over the top. The paper was a gorgeous colour with shiny bits too. Perfect to turn into an advent box, just wrap tiny tags round the brads with the date on.

This is a class layout run by Giselle, it gives a taste of Dartmouth Regatta but does not do justice to Giselle's lovely class.

Now may I introduce you to Little Wol. A friends said she saw this and it made her think of me, not really sure why but I hope it was because of how wise owls are, not that it is a wise, old owl. I think she thought it would make me chuckle too, which it certainly did as it blinks his big eyes at me and turns his head from side to side.

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