Went to a lino cutting workshop yesterday with my
good friend Jo in Castleton, Rochdale.
Lucy our teacher was very helpful and our class was well organised with lots of inspiration. I thoroughly enjoyed my day and made 2 stamps.
Me cutting my quirky house. I learned not to use a soft pencil as your image gets smudged. I had to improvise a little.
My 2 stamps.
Thanks also to Lynn who went for lunch, provided biscuits, crisps, cups of tea and more.
WOW Carol, what a fab couple of stamps you've made there!!
It is so easy. I have made 1 before but going on a workshop was brilliant. I prepared the house beforehand. It took some cutting.
It is a cheap enjoyable craft.
Hi Carol, I saw Lynn's and Jo's photos too and it looks like you all had a great time. I just love your quirky house and birdcage. Sorry I could have been there too! Crafty hugs, Anne x
Wonderful quirky house :D
I also love your sketchbook pictures too, set as the new header for Sketchbook Friends blog. Looking good! :0) Mo
You are so talented Carol and thank you again for bringing your journal to show us. It is fabulous. I've put it as the banner on SKETCHBOOK FRIENDS BLOG.
Hope I see you again soon
Lynn x x
Hi carol, it was lovely to meet you on Saturday. Your prints were wonderful and perfectly suited to lino printing and i'm glad you had a good day, I hope you carry it on. I really enjoyed looking though your journal, you created some beautiful pages, it has inspired me to do more with mine!
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