Workshop and Giveaway News

Remember this creation for Craftwork Cards that featured on Create & Craft TV a little while back? So many people asked how I made it that Craftwork Cards have booked me to lead a workshop at their head office near Leeds (UK) on Saturday, 26th April. There are still a few places available… I’ll show you how to use my templates and their fabulous papers to make your own dressform, from the base up to the Candi necklace. As a bonus, we’ll also be doing a couple of card projects to finish off the day. All materials will be included, you’ll just need to bring your basic craft kit.

This workshop is now taking place at my studio in Leicester – click here to book.

And in unrelated news, this ‘ere blog is coming up to another major milestone – I’m getting near 500 posts. When I post my 500th post, it will be announcing a list of winners – my favourite commenters from now until then, anywhere on the blog. Prizes will be pieces of art, from ATCs to cards, a Distress Technique tag book or may be a piece of quilting – all of them created by me. So all you have to do to be in with a chance of getting a piece of my work is to comment (meaningfully please!). And of course, regular followers of my blog get a head start 🙂

3 thoughts on “Workshop and Giveaway News

  1. Oh no why is it, that all these great things are always happening in other countries than mine?? SIGH. I really wish, I could have joined your class there, but unfortunately it´s a bit far from Denmark, where I live. Couldn´t you make such a tutorial to sell to those, who can never attend these arrangements?? I for one would just love that, as we jsut never see anything like this here.

  2. Oh how I wish I were in England to take one of your classes. I watched as your studio took shape and enjoy reading all your blogs. Love the instructional videos. Techniques are the key to ending up with a fantastic project. Thanks for all you share with us on the other side of the pond.

  3. Your work is so inspureing and always leaves me wanting more, giving me ideas to move forward in my own crafts, thanks.

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