In the morning we did a layout named Industrial Baroque "Tea for Two".Here'e my finished product
One thing I learnt in this class was not to use cheap photo developing.My original photo got ink on it which I wiped with a baby wipe then some of the photo disappeared! With proper photo developing they withstand inks,wipes etc without "bleeding".This was an alternative photo I happened to have there.
We were given far more goodies than we could use.Here's some photos.
These are only the leftovers!!!! Aren't the papers yummy?
The 2nd class was a canvas which started of by collaging papers and lace,then adding modpodge,stamping,gesso,photo,and finally embellisshments.It was then misted with acrylic mists and painted with like a watercolour gel.Here's my finished one.
I'm not as happy with it but then I don't like altering photos much.It helped me learn the process.
I had my photo taken with Fin
and also met up with some ladies from along the Hume Highway.Kim Kendall and I have been on 2 different Design Teams together,so it was good to finally meet her and Kylie Tout I knew through Scrapbooking Memories masters etc.Here we are with Margaret and Kathy from Wagga.They all travelled together for 5 hours to attend this workshop.
Finally a group photo was taken of the 50 of us with Fin.I don't have a copy of it but will try to get one.