I'm preparing to fly to Melbourne this morning for the design fairs that are on this week so things have been a little hectic around here.
I'll be staying with Elessa, that rebel girl, for the last time in the great southern city as she is moving back to Brisbane in a few weeks. I'm one happy mamma bird!
Speaking of birds, I have some images to share with you from last Saturday's Screen-Printing Class.
These are printed by Robyn Talbot.
This is Robyn.
I always encourage participants to try out different design ideas. I love Robyn's boxed floral print and purple is one of my favourite colours.
Donna Irvine printed a bird in a cage.
Birds in cages bother me so I was happier to see the bird without the cage
or the cage without a bird. With 2 different screens, you can have 3 designs as Donna has.
This is Donna. Our class was a happy meeting place as it turned out that Robyn and Donna knew each other from their Brownie days at the tender age of 7 and living in Bundaberg. How cool is that? I can't believe that they recognized each other after so long.
Donna has an on-line business called Hamptons Style that you can like on facebook. The cutlery is so cute. I love the hand-cut look of it.
And last but not least, Karen Deyes joined us all the way from Lismore. It was a fun intimate group.
Karen's orange flowers
joined by pink flowers creating such a lovely tropical design.
Our next screen-printing class is on Saturday, 3rd September. To make it easier for you to secure your place, you now only need pay a 50% deposit when booking on-line with the balance due 2 weeks before the class.
We will also be hosting another Open Studio Day next month. Date to be announced soon.
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