Thursday, January 3, 2008

Perpetual Calendar Workshop

Hello! It feels so good to be stamping again. I took a much needed creativity break over Christmas. I just didn't have it in me with all the other stuff I had going on. I sort of put the pressure on myself now because I need to get busy on a scrapbook workshop I have on the books for next week. Why do I do this to myself? I guess I work under pretty good under pressure.
After much work the event calendar workshop is almost ready. The creative part is complete and now I need to cut paper for about half of the months. If you are signed up for this workshop and are not able to attend, please let me know as soon as possible. This class filled up fast so if you're interested in a repeat class please e-mail me. I may repeat it depending on the interest.

I didn't take time to type out about each month so if you have questions about colors or stamp sets, I'd be happy to answer them. I realize that a couple of sets are discontinued, but they worked so well for what we're doing. Don't forget that you can click on individual pictures to see more detail. I'm off to cut paper and put the finishing touches on this workshop. Thanks for sticking with me through that dry spell!

You are Close to My Heart,


Allie Gower - Crafternoons said...

This is a GREAT project, and the images are really gorgeous. Thanks so much for sharing them. I wish I was close enough to take your workshop!

April Driggers said...

this is absolutely beautiful. thanks for sharing this with me. I have a couple of these I'm going to make as a gift and this is just wonderful inspiration. :) You GO GIRL!

Ann said...

Hey, I'm interested in a repeat class. I'll be gone the 9-13 to Leadership Summit and then I'll be back. Let me know what you decide.

Sharon in NE said...

Great job Yvonne! I would love to take the workshop, but the commute would be a killer. Guess you'll have to move back.

Liz's Lovelies said...

the pages are great. Wish I lived closer, to be able to take your workshop.

Julia Stainton said...

Beautiful project! I'm sure this was a huge hit!