I'll share more later, but I wanted to show you my finished projects to back-up my statement about this being such a fabulous event. I've never loved class projects as much as these three. Seriously.
The effervescent Miss Lisa Kettell taught this fun class. It was supposed to be to make a dragonfly fairy but I decided to make her wings into little legs with pointed ballet shoes. I'm so pleased with how it turned out but just wait until you see how other people's looked. You won't believe it. They are all so unbelievably sweet.
This was the first class and it really revved up my creative engines.
Julie Haymaker Thompson is amazing. I love her generous spirit. Just being in her midst brought forth a creative flurry within me. She fills the room with creative light.
I just kept adding and changing and working and creating purposefully. I'm so tickled with it.
We finished the day with the amazing Ruth Rae. She lead us through how to put together layers and layers of elements and details to make a beautiful cuff bracelet. The kit alone was worth the price of admission. But Ruth's gentle teaching style was what made it over-the-top great.
I'm so pleased with how it turned out.
I'm already planning to attend the next one...I'd be crazy to miss it. Dare I say you would too? Stay tuned to Kim's blog for the announcement of what she's cooking up for the next one...and start saving your pennies because I have a feeling you won't be able to pass it up either.
Thank you Kim for putting all the care you put into the smallest and the biggest of details. You make it look so easy but I know all the work you put into it and I appreciate it with all my heart.