She doesn't look like she's been doing this for three consecutive weekends at shows does she!!? And look, I got my own rose
It's exactly my colours, blues and turquoises :) I had an hour free at lunchtime to shop and chat whilst Sue Roddis signed copies of her new book
I meant to get someone to take a photo of me demoing but I forgot!! Sorry! But this is where I was demoing, and this is my sample
I was working on a jigsaw frame and demonstrating how you can add texture to your work. You can heat Stewart Gill Metallica and Alchemy paints to make them bubble, add layers of embossing powder and stamp into it, and then add collage pieces. This isn't finished yet, but I'll keep working on it.
When I went to find Jill from the Stampman she wasn't demoing as Ian had gone for lunch and she had to cover on the till
but I did get a picture of her inky hands, just to prove she had been demoing ;)
Jill definitely won the dirtiest demonstrator's hands LOL! Surprisingly I had the cleanest ;), although I bet Tracey's weren't particularly bad thinking about it. I couldn't get near enough to get a photo but here is a demo piece that she made and gave me.
I ended up getting all the stamps from this demo piece. I knew I wanted the tree but had to choose between the door in a wall, the door in a tree, or a spider's web. And I decided to treat myself to a new fairy as I've not had a new one in a long while. Here's my complete stash. I love looking at what others have bought so thought you might too. I also got a lovely yummy piece of moonglow paper that Jill gave me as she said it was very 'Sarah' paper :) (just my colours you see)