Wednesday, November 23, 2011

The last month or so

Has gone by in a blur. Had a fabulous day with Bevlea and Lucy when we went to Healseville to do a  PMC  (Precious Metal Clay) class. It was great and very easy (if you have the basic craft skills) Not something I need to buy tools for LOL, just the PMC3, but as its very expensive I won't be buying it often.

Has taken a while to post as my lovely printer decided to die and had to go to Printer hospital but its now back and in good working order again.........................Here is my earrings and pendant I made............
I have made various ATC's for Paperarts and NZ Stampers for monthly swaps.
              This one is a Gothic house that had to be able to be opened for Paperarts.

The image I used is one from Itkupilli.

The next is the Gothic Microscope Slide swap which we did one for one.
Mine went to Peta, I hope she liked it.The microscope slide holder           actually broke in the process, so I had to put it together with wire and added some beads.
 The one on the left is the front and back cover, the one above is the inside. The two ladies on the right want to know "who is she" on the left. : These were fun and the microscope slides can be bought from Scraptivate over in WA.

Last Friday the 11th, Bevlea and Lucy made their way over to my place and we had a fabulous play day, lots of fun, food and laughter. We worked on our fabric cuffs some more. Pics still to come when I finish the clasp, But just to say they haven't joined the ranks of the many UFOs that fill my craft room. One day I will retire and finish them all that is if I can then  remember what they were mean't to be ROFLMAO

We also spent a bit of time brainstorming the swaps for mixed media to help the lovely Lucy decide what to do for the Paperarts swaps for next year. They are going to be good ones, so if you belong to Paperarts check out the database.


bockel24 said...

love your house project, Glenda!

Lucy said...

Hey Glenda,
Your gothic ATC is lovely as is your microscope slide mailer.
Had a lovely day with you & Bevlea at your home. Your lunch was delicious, hope you don't expect me to outdo you!LOL
Hugs Lucy

Glenda said...

Thanks ladies for coming by

Barb said...

Love the jewellery GF...and the house and slide holder are both great

Jen Crossley said...

Love your house Glenda.I love the pmc as well wish it wasn't. so expensive

Coleen said...

Very nice Glenda. I like the opening door idea. Hope you are doing well.
Merry Christmas to you and yours.
Coleen in Ukraine

Coleen said...

Glenda, thanks for leaving a comment on my blog. I really appreciate that. You asked if the denim flowers were hand cut or die-cut. I had cut them which is why they are all a little different, but may not see that from the photo.

Blessings to you,

Coleen in Ukraine