Sunday, June 23, 2013

Musical Canvas

Hi folks...Happy Sunday to you all...what have you got planned for today...as per usual it all depends on the weather and it's not looking good in my neck of the woods so a day of chilling out with the crosswords is floating my boat after a mad frantic week in the cubbyhole and a busy panic stations but lots of fun day at The Papeterie...the day didn't start off too good when I arrived to find that the stamps and gesso for the workshops unfortunately hadn't...time for a flying by the seat of my pants adapt and overcome strategy...a big thank you to my lovely crafty superstar girls who took it all in their stride with their usual good humour...
crikey my set of stamps was round and round that table like a whirling dervish...not sure if he'll ever recover...
but we made it and thanks to Charlotte for keeping our spirits up with cuppas and muffins...
and here's what we made...
using Tim Holtz fabulous Distress Paints and Hero Arts Musical Clef Cling Stamp...
with just a tad of Frantage to liven up the proceedings and I couldn't resist sneaking in my favourite Hero Arts butterfly from Antique Engravings stamped with Distress Paints...
I'll be back tomorrow to share what we made in the afternoon class...yes another "adapt and overcome" adventure...in the meantime have a fun day
Hugs Kath xxx

16 comments:

Paper Junkie said...

Kath, so pleased I "popped in" to see your (appropriate) beautiful musical butterfly canvas before falling into bed after my very busy concert day. Two concerts - one filmed, but whoo hoo - I nailed my solo and we raised over £1,000 for the local community. One very happy bunny tonight. Must get these hero stamps to celebrate! X

Karen Petitt said...

Beautiful canvas Kath - I love the butterfly and the touch of Frantage is fabulous! Make sure you rest today Karen x

Stella said...

Hi Kath
Been on hols for a week in beautiful Italy for our anniversary.It looks like you have been busy,busy as usual.This canvas is lovely and looks like i will be having a spend again .x

Redanne said...

Love the gorgeous hanging and your amazing ability to adapt and overcome. Great stamping with the paints too. Spending the day with the Grandkids, one of whom got us up at 6:00 am.......off to the park for us. Hugs, Anne x

Julia Dunnit said...

gorgeous Kath..and you're very modest..those sort of supply problems are a real test..only a great professional like yourself can have a resultant thrilled workshop and finished beautiful pieces.

Crafty Lark said...

Gorgeous, love the colours and detail. xx Flora

Jane said...

This is such a fab project Kath, what lucky ladies to be part of such a class, your creativity is endless x

Crafting Queen said...

Beautiful.

loftylass said...

Love all the pics Kath - and clever you to pull this out of the bag. Enjoy your relaxing day.
Hugs
Heather W
x

May said...

Gorgeous canvas Kath, Love the use of fran-tage.. Beautiful butterfly... Your class looked lots of fun!! Hugs May x x x

Sarah said...

This is so beautiful Kath! Amazing inspiration as always.

Sarah x

craftyfoxglove said...

Oooh I like the canvas, I can just picture that on your newly decorated
walls! The weather is miserable here today too and I canna seem to get oot o' the bit to get any craftin' done!
Enjoy your Sunday
Val xx

rachel said...

Stunning canvas kath - so glad you managed to adapt and overcome! X

Shazza said...

this is beautiful,love it x

Lorraine said...

Gorgeous card Kath. I love the colours and design - so pretty.
I've just had a look back at your last posts and the DIY is looking good!
Lorraine x

Kat said...

Loving your musical canvas Kath. Love those flowers and that butterfly looks fabulous stamped in Distress Paint.

Kat xx

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