Nov 21

Clarity Berkshire Workshop – 20th November 2016

Hi Everyone, what a wet and windy day we’ve had in my neck of the woods. Just seen the flooding in the South West too. My heart goes out to everyone affected.

Yesterday I was lucky to spend time in the company of some of the members of the Clarity Berkshire group. Unfortunately a few were unable to attend, and whilst we had a lovely day, we did miss those who couldn’t join us. We all hope to see you in January.

We used Jayne Nestorenko’s flower stamps and made a variety of cards. Some of them were the same as the ones made at the Bristol and Dorset workshops in October.

Let’s take a look at the ladies’ fabulous card.

Firstly they made an easel card:


Then we used a mix of the smaller stamps from the other sets:november-workshop-b

The third card used the Flare Frame stencil:


There was a fourth card that everyone started, though due to time flying way too fast they weren’t finished. It’s similar to one of the Japanese cards we made earlier in the year –


We’ll be playing with the Petite Gelli Plates when we next meet on Sunday 22nd January. If you’d like to join us full details can be found here.

Thanks for taking a look.


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  1. Lucinda

    Thank you for a lovely day, I really enjoyed some calming colouring, with a bit of inky play thrown in. Looking forward to January x

    1. Angela Simpson

      Thanks Lucinda. I’m so glad you enjoyed yourself and that the colouring helped calm you after your busy week. Looking forward to seeing you too. x

  2. Jo. Rice

    Gorgeous makes by everyone, bet you all had a brilliant time.
    I do love these stamps….hugs..xxx

    1. Angela Simpson

      Thanks Jo, we did have fun. Like you I love these stamps xxx

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