Sunday 12 October 2014

Memories Box Workshop at Country View Crafts

Good morning everyone, I thought it would be fun to share some of the photos from the Memories Box workshop that we held on Thursday in Flitwick, Bedfordshire. If you pop over to the Country View Crafts Project Blog you will see quite a few of the project and the wonderful group of ladies who came for the day.


This is my sample made for the workshop, constructing the whole thing from card, mountboard and papers.


We had a fabulous group of lovely ladies and we hire this amazing venue which has so much space and is very light and airy – perfect for a days crafting.


We provide plenty of refreshments during the day.


Susan (CVC owner) comes along as well and Chris popped in to see how we were doing.
People come along way too, Carshalton and Basingstoke as well as Bedford, Milton Keynes and near Luton.


Thank you Sandra Lyn, Sue, Henrietta, Catherine, Diane, Jane, Lynda, Nikki and Chris for a fabulous day.

I am now looking forward to the next one on the 27th November when we will be making a Winter Wonderland Shadow Box. Details can be found on my side-bar and on Country View Crafts shop website.

Maybe I will see you there.

Happy Sunday.

hugs Brenda xxxx


Margreet said...

It is such a pity I live overseas, otherwise I would love to attend one of your the finished project and that shadow box looks fabulous too!
xxx Margreet

Jenny Marples said...

So pleased to see everything went really well and so many people got to enjoy creating one of your amazing projects Brenda. Jenny x

Scrumplescrunch said...

Hello Brenda,
It all looks wonderful and I too wish I could join in with the makes and fun. Great projects.

Redanne said...

It is a wonderful project Brenda and it looks like a really lovely group of ladies to teach. Anne xx

Juls said...

Fabulous ... Gorgeous creation & the class looks lots of fun :-) xx

Sam & Poppy said...

This is great Brenda. It is so satisfying to make something from start to finish! Hugs Sam xx

Marjie Kemper said...

The project looks awesome (that monocle on the boy's eye stole the show for me) and everyone seems to have had quite a lovely time.