Wednesday, 24 June 2009

Studio Becomes Craft Lab

I have made the profound realisation that by blogging less, I actually do have time for designing and updating my website. But as many of you know, blogging is addictive and I don't like to neglect my little blog for too long so here come the pics from last weekend's screen-printing workshop.

We had a scientist in the house! Can you tell from this screen-print? Danielle Smyth is one of my lovely blog followers and I met her at the Brisbane Stitches and Craft Show a couple of months ago.  You can check out the Craft Laboratory blog for more images of the day.

I love Danielle's adorable bird in the cage although in reality, caged birds make me quite sad as I think birds should fly free unless they can't fly. Penguins, for example, should be able to swim free.

More printing inspirations to follow.

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Sandra @ Pepperberry & Co. said...

Lol! It's so true that you forget how much you get done when you don't blog :-) I'm exactly the same!! I love those prints- I wish I were in Brisbane so I could come to a workshop :-)

Nikki said...

To blog or not to blog, that is the question! I understand your realisation Thea.

More clever students. Love the scientist print.

Katy said...

Danielle is a lovely lady isn't she! She is a Brisbane Brown Owl like me - love the designs! said...

Love this birdcage print too, and also agree with the birds in cage thing too. So how come they say the caged bird sings I wonder?

Sandrine said...

One of your workshop is in my wish to do list...One day I will hopefully do it;)

Thea said...

Maybe the song of a caged bird is a sad one?

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