Monday, March 22, 2010
The irons were blazing and the sewing machines were humming.It's looks like they were all working hard and serious but I can tell ya...The laughter told a different story!!! These ladies left with a feeling of accomplishment of learning a new craft and had a great time while doing it. Call or drop by and sign up for one of our fun classes!!Donna and Debbie bothe were fantstic instructors! Hopefully, later I will be posting something I have done. The last cards I made for St. Pats Day didn't get their picture made! LOL Thanks for dropping by. Pam
Sunday, March 21, 2010
It was a small class but big with fun and we all learned a lot! We ended up making two different pair of earrings...not bad for us beginners! If, you missed this class you need to come to the necklace class because you will be able to catch up with the rest of us due to Nikki's great instructions!
Sunday, March 7, 2010
I am so sorry that it's been so long since I last posted. I have made a few things but it all leans towards scrapbooking and the pictures are at the shop and I am home today relaxing and playing catch up. I knew if I waited for those pictures it would be another month..LOL.. before I posted again so here I am! I do have a picture of some earrings that we are going to make in my first bead class. Everything will be in a kit of the color of your choice of the top bead! Later we will do a matching necklace then a bracelet. Nikki Maxwell a local editor here in Gonzales will be the instructor and she is one talented lady. All of her jewelry is handmade and designed by herself!.
The next couple of pictures is another masterpiece by my talented husband. I have already ran out of room for paper and I have ordered a lot paper from the CHA show so he built me this gondola for me. It's 6 foot long and it rolls so I can move it around real easy! I have already found that I am constantly moving product around as it sells and as it comes in! I am still on a natural high from just being around all this paper and supplies but also from meeting such incredible talented women that I didn't even know were here in my small town . The quilters still out number the scrappers and stampers here but the crop class was the largest class that I have has so far! Take care and thanks for not giving up on me and still dropping by! Pam