Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Shiver Me Timbers...

Hi folks...it just goes to show you can never take Mother Nature for granted...shocked by the tragic news of the earthquake in Nepal with devastating loss of lives...less shocked but slightly miffed that Winter has returned to my neck of the woods. The journey home on Sunday was interesting weatherwise...lashing rain...big fat "driving snow" snowflakes and brilliant sunshine all in the space of 20 minutes and I was elated to see the reseeded grass was beginning to poke through the ground...10 minutes later I was watching an almighty blizzard raging outside and scraping thick ice off the windscreen of the car on Monday morning...crazy crazy weather...
A huge thank you to our 36 superstar crafters for a fun "messy painty inky lots of banter and a fair bit of hammering" weekend and I look forward to seeing you all again in September...
but back to Sunday's projects...a repeat of the Make A Wish Canvas...



and The Love Frame...





I'll be back tomorrow to share the last project of the weekend...in the meantime I'd better look out my pillar box red duvet coat and wellies for this morning's Winter Wonderland stroll with the Furry Boy.
Hugs Kath xxx

9 comments:

Karen Petitt said...

Love both of these Kath! So very jealous of your lovely ladies too. Glad to hear you got back home okay - that looks so cold, have a good week Karen

Jane said...

Good grief Kath, a taste of winter again over at yours. What fun the retreat looked and such wonderful projects x

carol edwards said...

Great projects Kath thanks for sharing. Thankfully no sign of snow but its been really cold over the last few days again. X

Stamps and Paper said...

Two fabulous projects Kath... It certainly looks cold where you are

Anne

Redanne said...

Great photo of the class and fabulous makes Kath, it looks like everyone had lots of inky, messy fun! You always come up with such fantastic ideas! Hope the snow goes so the grass can grow! Hugs, Anne xx

misteejay said...

Wonderful projects Kath.
Wrap up warm as it certainly looks chilly where you are.
I'm looking up at blue sky & sunshine and down at thick frost...chilly but at least the white stuff hasn't put in an appearance.
Toni xx

Sandie Gough said...

thank you for the pic tutorial x hugs for that.
Awesome projects and so happy you made it home safe x
hugs

Bejay Roles said...

I heard Ken Bruce on the radio this morning saying someone had mentioned it was snowing up in the north east of England, so I'm really not surprised that winter has decided to revisit you. Just what you need in readiness for the May Bank Holiday lol. The projects look like so much fun. I've not been brave enough to try anything like that yet :).

rachel said...

wonderful projects Kath - the weather does indeed seem crazy - hang on in there - big hugs xx

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