Monday, October 10, 2011

Monday's News...

Morning folks...the start of another busy working week here in the cubbyhole but first I have something rather gorgeous to share with you all made by my lovely buddy Ann..
The script and butterfly from Gina K Designs...Take Flight have been stamped onto a Natural Stone Coaster and coloured using Staz-on ink...what a great idea...why didn't I think of that.  And I am over the moon that Ann is making me a set of coasters which will take pride of place on the side table right next to my sofa...purely for decoration you understand...no drippy coffee cups allowed.
The kits for Saturday's Workshop with the lovely girls at Fair City Stampers are done and dusted so yesterday was play time with the latest goodies to arrive in the cubbyhole...gorgeous die cuts and embossing folders from Hero Arts and Sizzix...
just a little sneaky peek using the Faux Letterpress technique...
yet another canvas...this is fast becoming an addiction...

will share later in the week...will I manage to bunk off and get to play some more.
In the meantime I am dashing off to The Papeterie this morning to pick up supplies for the Fiskars Workshops at the NEC...and have a chat with the lovely Charlotte about my Demo and Class on the 12th November.  Crikey where's the year going....when Mario starts mentioning 12 Tags of Christmas over on Facebook...it's time to panic.. before we know we will all be running around like headless chickens preparing for the festive season.
See you all tomorrow
Hugs Kath xxx
Edited to add: I think Ann bought the coasters from Homebase....I'm sure she will correct me if I'm wrong

13 comments:

Eveline said...

That coaster looks beautiful.
Have a good day.
Eveline.

kathleen said...

Morning Kath. Beautiful coaster Loving your new project as well.What a shame you are not going to SECC.
Have a good day.
Kathleen x

Stamping 4 Pleasure said...

Beautiful coaster. It will co-ordinate with your furnishings so well.

Hugs, Sandra

Elaine said...

Lovely artwork on the coaster. Can I be rude and ask where you bought the coaster from??

Anne said...

just love the coaster Ann has made !!!! fabulous !!!
Have fun at the papeterie ---
Anne x

Laura said...

The coaster is so pretty I bet you were happy to receive it. I love the look of the stamps and dies from sizzix and hero arts, looking forward to seeing your canvas, the sneak peek looks like you are using the hero arts ones. Laura

nnalorac said...

The Coaster is gorgeous Kath. Love the sneak peaks, have a lovely day. Carolxx

Lorraine said...

omg i love the coaster its stunning and the new products look great plus you are a tease Kath with just a snippet of a sneek peek lol can't wait to see the canvas xx

Lee said...

Really Beautiful Kath,i think i may have seen a video for this on Gina Kay.Your sneek peek looks Stunning too.xx Huggles xx Cuddles for Buddy.xx

Paula (PEP) said...

That coaster looks a real treat & I'm looking forward to seeing your projects with the new goodies. Might just have to succumb to some of those.......
Paula (PEP)

Kat said...

Sneaky peek looks great Kath. I love your canvasses.

What a lovely coaster Ann's made for you, it'll be lovely having a set of them. What a talented friend.

Kat xx

Christine B. said...

Hi Kath what a lovely pressie. That reminds me I bought some of the coasters earlier in the year to try the same technique. I'll give you one guess as to where they are. You've got it still in the cupboard under everything else. Take care Hugs x ChrisB

Ann Rosie said...

Coasters were bought from Homebase (box of 24 if I remember) for £10. As they are natural tiles, you just have to choose ones which have a relatively flat surface for stamping on. Luckily I got 18 in my box which were suitable.
Ann

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