A workshop I will be teaching on October 31th. at Hobbyfarm in Eeklo, Belgium. For more information or to sign up click here!
Here some sneak peeks of the workshops I'll be teaching at the Cherry Pie event. Don't miss it! :)
And some LO's I've made for the demo at Hobbyfarm in Belgium 2 weeks ago using Fancy Pants papers:
The stem of this flower is the backing of one of the self-adhesive felt stems from Prima. I colored it with alcohol ink.
The first Buzz workshop in our new location will be on October 13th. It's the inside-outside workshop, the same that I will be teaching at the Cherry Pie event. If you're interested e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org Go to The Buzz website for more information about our workshop agenda, we have some nice projects coming up this fall!
On October 31th. I will be teaching at Hobbyfarm in Belgium. We'll be working with Donna Downey's fabric album, bright and colorful Prima papers, loads of flowers, paint, fabric tags etc. For more information and registration go to the Hobbyfarm website!
OK, that's it for now! I'll be teaching in Heesch on saturday! Hope you all have a wonderful weekend!
Here it is! Except for some curtains and a netwerk cable it's finished. My own studio! :)
This morning my friend Anita came by and made me these pictures so now I can share it with you :)
The view from my work space (made with a fish eye lens):
View from the kitchen on the opposite side of the room, can you see me sitting all the way back there at my desk, haha??:
No cropping without a nice cup of coffee! (or tea if you like :))
My work space:
Pretty cool huh??
So, if you want to come over to scrap here just send me an e-mail and I will let you know what my cropping dates are. Or you can come to one or more of the Buzz workshops which from now on will all take place here. Go to the Buzz blog to see the workshop agenda and prices or e-mail me at email@example.com
Thanks so much for your visit!
Yesterday our family was extended with an adorable little girl. They gave her the beautiful name Emma. Of course we went over there straight after school (it's 2,5 hours driving but you just HAVE to see a newborn baby in the first couple of hours after birth! The way they look, feel, smell and sound in the very beginning is gone so fast...). Isn't she just gorgeous:
Welcome to our family sweet little Emma!!
Funny thing is that a week ago I predicted that my BIL and SIL would have a girl (I didn't know!) and that they would call her Emma! Now everybody is asking me if I'm clear-sighted, hehe. I don't know... maybe I should go fill in a Lotto form, LOL!
Therefor no pictures and stories about the KKD today. I will do that later!
You should however take a look at The Buzz blog! The fall workshop agenda is up and registering is open. All of them will take place in my new studio! Don't miss it! :)
Here's one of the LO's I made for the KKD this weekend. It's a bad picture I know but you'll get the idea! And what do you think about my LO hanger? It's a hanger for pants from IKEA. Between the wood there are 2 layers of felt so the LO's won't get damaged. The text I stamped on with Stazon. Can you believe they're only 0,70 euro? I bought a whole bunch! :) LOVE them!
And while sorting out my pictures of Israël I came along this page that I made for Alice. Toda raba means thantk you very much! I just love the book paper with hebrew text on it. I brought some pages home to use for my Israël LO's.
And... these pictures of the Tel Aviv beach.Here in Holland it's cold and windy and rainy outside and I so wish I could be on that beach right now... with my family this time :)...
Hey, it's weekend! Have a good one!!