Friday 10 May 2019


Good afternoon all and thanks for joining me.
I can’t believe it is Friday already.
This week has flown ( that’s bank holidays for you )
Today I am going to share the cards that we made on Wednesday, 
at our Hazel Grove workshops. 

We used mica powders.  I bet you have some in your stash, maybe even  perfect pearls.

Stamping with versamark ink and brushing the powder over gives a great background. 
I love the effect when using black card. 

We used a fabulous stamp set from Hobby Art. 
Dandelion Wishes.

This was our second card, where we painted with the powder mixed with water, another great technique. 

We were spoilt again with fabulous baking from Julie, 
plus Christine very kindly brought me some cuttings for our garden.
I really am blessed with such wonderful crafty friends. 
Thanks ladies. 

I spent yesterday on granny duties as I had the boys for the day, then Adam and Danielle came for tea. 
So I am well acquainted  with Peppa Pig. 

Today I have been playing with shaving foam and Brusho powder to make backgrounds. 
Well it works a treat. 
So we might just be doing it in workshops soon. 
Smells rather lovely too. 

This was today’s play. 

I am having a day off tomorrow and going to the Happy Stampers Show at 
Port Sunlight for a couple of hours. 
I have my list ready, 
If you are going , it will be good to see you .

Take care all.
Special wishes to Susan who was in hospital today, love and hugs lovely lady.

Enjoy your weekend all. 

Much love and hugs 
Jo xxx


rachel said...

Stunning makes Jo. Hopefully see you tomorrow xxx

Claire said...

Agh Hobby Art, I was wondering who made the stamp. Fantastic Jo, enjoy Port Sunlight. Hope you pick up some nice goodies

Donna Brooks said...

Amazing, love the dandelion stamps. Enjoy your weekend. Xx

MFM said...

Beautiful cards, unfortunately can't make it to port sunlight but I hope you have a great day,
Looking forward to seeing you soon.

Rosie said...

Lovely cards. I was at Port Sunlight yesterday, but didn't see you. Mind you, it was busy! See you on 1st June x