|Fabulous zipper flowers made at our workshop today at FabMo.
Four techniques and helpful hints created this group.
|We had a great group today....
|Great hands working .......even a young crafter, Skyler, 9 yrs old.
|The results ....Great Job Ladies!
|The Sizzix machine was really popular.
|The finished banner over the lunch buffet put together by Laura Bernabei and helpers Joselle Kryder and RobinTimm.
|Erma Takeda and her flag card
|Erma's class examples
|David Winkler and pop-in letters
|Now, pay close attention.....
|Opposite side of cube.
|LOVE cube, one view
|Melissa Titone showing how to make the triangle book with suminagashi covers.
|Suminagashi..first you add the paint to the water....then
|Then, you blow!
|Kris Nevius and her multi-pocket card for mini books
|Carla Tenret explaining the use of the pointed pen for drawing....light and heavy pressure...
|Martha Boccallini and her wonderful materials for debossed letters, lots of examples....beautiful results!
|Everyone paying attention???
|The first place winner of the envelope contest was envelope #1 by Debra Brawner, top left and the third place winner, Debbie Turrietta, was envelope #11 bottom left.
|Second place by Caroline Isokawa, was envelope #16...grey with white flowers...
|All of the envelopes were great. The first prize winner received a full set of Zig markers donated by Connie Hwang.
|Old practice sheets with cut out base of orange.
|This is part of the finished banner sewn on twill tape.
I was on a roll and made 21 paper roses to give as gifts, here they are. I also tried using old magazine pages. Although you have to take care when you are making the petals, it worked! Each flower takes a minimum of 20 minutes, after the papers are found and chosen. From these colorful roses, you would never guess most were from old newspaper ads.