Thanks so much for visiting this afternoon.
Despite the horrid weather here today we had a lovely crafting session this morning at
The Meeting Place.
I'll be sharing the ladies lovely makes but now it's time to catch up with the gorgeous Cuckoo clocks made on Sunday.
We were joined by two new members and it was great to see everyone sharing ideas and getting lost in their crafting.
We had lots to catch up on as it was our first monthly session since Christmas, so a good old natter lots of tea and yummy cake were all thoroughly enjoyed too.
There were many bargains to be had in the "shop sale."
It was such a super day spent in the company of truly great friends, can't ask for more than that, just perfect!
Our next class is in February and is fully booked, no March class and April and May are filling up now.
The Wednesday sessions are just turn up and run from 09.30 - 12.00, they have been a good introduction to the classes and the new ladies attending have certainly found their crafting skills and are well and truly hooked!
So here's some of the fantastic projects, a few more are having finishing touches added at home and I look forward to seeing them in all their glory.
I'm so proud of everyone's achievements and the ideas shared as everyone enjoys creating.
Crafty hugs and love xKx
We used Tando Creative Cuckoo clock kit,
other items include stamps and paper pads from
Crafty Individuals and Decoart acrylic and Chalky finish paints.
Ruth's seaside clock
Newbie Jo created this delightful bird clock
Sandra had ideas she wanted to do and finish at home
Emma created this beautiful button clock all ready and waiting for it's chains and mechanism
Roxi and her Mum Lola created this super Mum and Daughter design
Glenda, one of our relatively new crafter's asked for help with colour tones and this is what we came up with
Laura just loves her fairies...
New lady Jean created this gorgeous feminine design
Anne wanted to add finishing touches at home
Wendy, another of our newer crafters went for shabby chic with this wonderful design