Monday, July 6, 2015

MDF Madness...

Hi folks...Monday morning comes around again and it's time to share what we made at the MDF Madness Workshop at The Papeterie on Saturday...the weather was awful...torrential rain...thunder and lightning...perfect weather for being indoors crafting and we started off painting lots of bits and pieces...
 covering the other side with gorgeous My Minds Eye papers...
 and lots of stamping before the fun of putting it all together...
 helped along with the occasional cuppa...
and a yummy American style lunch...bagels...pretzels and popcorn
and before you know...we've made it to the end...


a big thank you to the happy band of crafters who joined me for the day...superstars each and every one...it was great fun and lovely to welcome some new faces...
See you all tomorrow
Hugs Kath xxx

10 comments:

misteejay said...

Fabulous project Kath and the ladies look as if they had a wonderful time.
Toni xx

Soraya said...

What a clever treat! Loos fun to make too.

Marianne's Craftroom said...

Looks like a fab time, very hot here Saturday. Lovely make

Astrid said...

WOW Kath, thats look fabelous, nice tip.
Hugs Astrid

Stamps and Paper said...

A great project Kath and looks like you all had a fun day

Anne

Karen Petitt said...

These are gorgeous Kath! Love the colours, the papers and the stamping. Sounds like a good time was had by all. Sorry to hear that Buddy was such a naughty boy on his birthday. Buddy time to be a good boy for you lovely mum Eddy the JR c/o Karen P

rachel said...

stunning make Kath - must get on with my perpetual calendar!!! Hugs rachel x

Redanne said...

Oh wow Kath, the calendar is fabulous!!! Hugs, Anne xx

Luv 2 Create said...

What an adorable project!!! Looks fun and obviously so, everyone looks pleased as punch showing off their project. You ladies do know how to mix it up and have fun. We have lost all our LSS's here and boy do I miss them. You are all so lucky to have the Papeterie.
Marcie

jojo79 said...

Great project. I have one of these to make. I am trying to work out how I need to stamp the numbers, months and days. Any guidence would be great.

Thanks

Jo

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