Monday, March 1, 2010

1st Week of March

Hi there girls
Well that’s my mosaic course over with and what a course it was! I did it with Jane du Rand who has to be SA’s foremost mosaic artist - such a stunning and knowlegible lady. And just so generous with her knowledge. Anyway, I learned LOADS and am all fired up to go mosaic ballistic! I’ll put a few pics on my blog.

This week’s page requires:
2 jumbo landscape
1 jumbo portrait
3 (2 ups) landscape
2 (4 ups) portrait.
The paper is the new Kaiser Craft range in stunning blues and browns so sepia pics would look fabulous. It has a number of flowers on so perhaps don’t bring pics of your husband doing the Duzi.
Lots of other really nice papers are in so do pop in for a peek. Some more papers have been tossed into the R3.00 sale basket.

For those of you who missed Bee’s Card Class….. sorry for you! It sure was a fun evening. But stop, don’t weep – there’s another one on Thursday 18th. It’s such a great way to use up all your old paper and embellishment scraps, is very therapeutic and there is nothing quite like giving someone a beautiful home made card (I personally don’t give a toss if they then toss it). And Bee really does have some great card making ideas. Why not join us on Thursday 18th at the Pigeon Racing Club at 17h30? You can email Bee directly on

Don’t forget we have Greyville to look forward to this month. 11th – 13th. They seem to have attracted a few new stands so hopefully it won’t be too much of the same old same old.

For those of you who have and are still so kindly going to make a donation to CANSA or purchase a Luminaria Bag – I omitted to mention that when doing a deposit, under reference please put “LUM 00748”. This is such a worthy course so please dig deep into your pockets and do consider joining in the festivities on Saturday 13th.

That’s my bundle for this week…. All that’s left to say is……..
I’m too blessed to be stressed. Too anointed to be disappointed.
Take care and happy scrapping
Kind regards

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