|I see the bells are upside down.: the card is lying flat....but I did catch the glitter effect. Perfection is not an option here!|
I try to put together cards that feature one or two techniques, and also that are able to be simultaneously worked on by two people. That way sharing, and therefore waiting time, is kept to a minimum; for example, whilst one stamps the other can be die cutting or colouring or whatever. But this is a real 'try' situation. Sometimes, the United Nations of Crafting occurs - one will do each persons stamping whilst the other does all the die cutting and then they collate together...it's not wrong, it's certainly not upsetting, but sometimes I think that someone might miss out on the opportunity to try a technique that is as yet unmastered. Not that there's many of those out there these days.
So gentle reader...here's where you come in. if you were coming to one of my Workshops, what would you like to see on the schedule? Loosely themed cards, technique rich, technique exploration...name it. Please - chip in. You are an invaluable source of inspiration, and at this end of Season, I'm needing your boost!
Shopkeeper Gal is listing Anniversary and Men's Cards....I will attempt a Men's cards workshop, somewhere next year, and probably something grunge based....what do you like about and loathe about the card making workshop experience. I'm very interested.