Monday, May 3

Monday Monday!

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I bet you have all noticed that I am getting a bit lazy with this whole blogging lark just lately! And it simply won't do ... so here we are ... the first day of the week and I am blogging nice and early and will continue to blog daily for the whole of this week ... well ... that's the plan anyway!Lastclass

I have just finished blogging this chip piece for the Bubbly Scrumptious blog and thought I would share it with you guys too! You are looking at Maya Road Chip; Fired Brick ... Peeled Paint ... Brushed Corduroy ... Fired Brick and Spiced Marmalade Distress inks and lots of Grungepaper. Clearly I have also used oodles of Wendy Vecchi stamps and a few bits of Idea-ology lastclass1 from Lord Tim ... the man that can name all the stars and planets in English as well as Latin while walking on water with just a curio knob and a sheet of paper from the Lost and Found stack. Oh yes people ... I got the Curio knobs and the Lost and Found stack yesterday ... to say I LOVE LOVE LOVE them would be an understatement of mahousive proportions!Lastclass2

While we are on the subject of yesterday ... can you believe it was my last class ... already ... well take a lookie at what three of my lovely ladies created yesterday ... meet Mel ... Debz and Chris ... they did a fab job and we had such a good time! It was only a small class ... I think word got out that I may sing ... but it really was good fun! My new classes should be going on sale on the 29th May ... I cannot wait :0) I should apologise to Debz for being out of focus ... she was n't on the day ... out of focus ... so it must have been my bad photography skills ... sorry Debz!

Well ... that's me then ... Have a fab Monday whatever you are doing and I will hopefully see you ... erm ... about the same time tomorrow!

29 comments:

Carmen said...

Ooh! That navy dress the lady has got on in the top pic is hanging in my wardrobe waiting for me to slim into! Not that EXACT one obviously! But I has it and I will be in it this year, oh yes I will.

Sorry, back on topic ;) They are very gorgeous creations your ladies made - had a clicky on the close ups and a nosey. As is your chip piece Linda :D

I'm not going to ask how you know that Tims knob is a curio. I'm just going to go to bed and not think about it to much. And hide as well in case you decide to hunt me down and clobber me with something heavy for that last comment *g*

Lynn Stevens said...

Sounds like a really fun class! Small is best sometimes,they get more attention from you. Awesome pieces!

TinaB said...

Love the chipboard work Linda xx Your class looks great, love their work xx

Anneliese said...

Eeeeeiiiaatiooo we going to ranger Uuuuuu :o)

Effie said...

Looks like a great class!

Charli said...

Beautiful chip! And not a single mention of only 45(??) sleeps left or even a chorus of the song! Are you feeling ill? lol!

Such lovely work from your class too - you must feel proud.

Helen said...

What amazing work. I wish I could get to Lin's shop (for classes or shopping, either would do!!!) but I don't have a car and the trains don't seem to work out... boo. See you tomorrow - we DO miss your regular waffling - sorry, witty repartee. How many sleeps?

Alex...xxx said...

Im working on my homework but at the mo we have no dots stamp cos its not in the shop :) Ill send the vid later :)

Crafty Chris said...

Linda this is gorgeous love the colours and the flutterby and flower, lovely creations from the girls.
Christine x

voodoo vixen said...

Gorgeous chipboard piece Linda, I would love to do one of your classes... in fact, more than one!! What lucky ladies to have you to themselves!!

Angelnorth said...

Small is beautiful though, huh? Looks like your ladies had fun in your class, great projects!

Twiglet said...

Looks like everyone had a great day - love the results. Not being a card maker - I don't know this Tim bloke - but your comments are hilarious - thanks for the giggle!!

Shazza said...

love this Linda and yet again wish I could come to your classes. Well done on this month's CS too, am going to have a read of it later today and then perhaps dig out the BIA
x

June said...

Ohhhh its joy coming here. wish i lived closer for the classes. Love love love your work Linda
hugs June xxxxx

craftimamma said...

Ooooh wish I could have been on that class. Their makes are lovely Linda.

Your chip is fabulous as always. Love the rose flower and the metal to make the butterfly. Gorgeous!

Hugs
Lesley Xx

Liverpool Lou (Anne) said...

So good to me ........... (carrying on with the song and if you're wondering what on earth I'm on about you must be very very young hehe)
Fabulous artwork as always Linda snd all the ladies projects are beautiful :)
Anne xx

Rosie said...

That looks like a fab class to me!! Don't worry about the singing, I've been singing "Deck the Halls with Boughs of Holly" today (who can say why) and driving my beloved crazy...

Tracy Evans said...

Love your chip piece, looks great and lovely colours. Sounds like you had great fun on your workshop and the ladies artwork looks fantastic. I have been out in the garden this weekend, its been great and even managed to blog some pictures of my garden. So nice to get a breath of fresh air. Have a great Monday. Tracy Evans x x

Lori said...

Are those foliage pieces for the butterfly wings???? Brill! Why can't I think of that, huh? Why? Lovely piece!

The Crafty Goat Girl said...

Hi Linda, just beautiful! Great creations! Have a super week, hugs Heidi xx

Debbie S said...

Not sure why everyone is so keen to get to your classes. She makes you eat choccy biscuits all day and talks about the Tim bloke she's stalking. Te he he. Out of focus pic is probably a blessing!

Dawn said...

I would love to come to your class why so small? youall created some wonderful work I love it now I just have to find out a) if your in the UK and B) where abouts if I can tracvel to you? I would love some chocky bisuits and talking about the Lord Tim all day this would be SO much FUN!!!!

Love Dawn xx

Dawn said...

New you were in the uk ('cos I thought how far you were going to go to see the lovley Tim) now Camebridge is a wee bit far for a class as it would involve an over night stay and the cost would be way too much then sniff :( I wanted to sing th TIMMY SONG (even though I am NOT going still various shades of gree moss etc oh well never mind you can show us what your ikkle class gets upto a smalll class is some times better as you all get to chat and you don't miss anynthing lol

Love Dawn xx

Oh I think you caould also sing the 37 mor days to go to 10 green bottles song (only speed it up a bit) try it ha ha

janet said...

lovely stuff as usual, i wish i lived closer to attend one
kanet

Debi said...

Such a stunning piece. I don't think you could do anything wrong!

Netty said...

Terrific chip piece, love all the different textures.
Annette

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