11/13/07

Glitter, glitter, everywhere.....

We had a sparkling good time on Saturday at Zoe & Floyd Gallery, where we glittered up a bunch of fruits and nuts and made them into fabulous ornaments!We hammered wire into hooks....

We tied beautiful wired ribbons into bows...and of course, we glittered faux pears and papier-mache walnut boxes from Germany...and made some gorgeous glittery goodies!
I especially loved meeting one of my favoritest blogging buddies, Karla, of Sugar Bear Designs. What a sweetie! I am sure we will collaborate again!And I made some wonderful new friends.
And things always look so great in a cello bag with ribbon and a hand made tag! These ornaments are just begging to be given to a friend, teacher or relative...

Aren't these two too cute? (try saying that 3 times fast!) (Forget the old one in the middle...sorry I'm in so many of these pictures...)Thanks to all my lovely ladies for sharing a special afternoon with me. Zoe & Floyd is a perfect venue for a workshop...beautiful art and crafts on one side and a terriffic workspace on the other. And Bronwyn, the gallery owner, doesn't mind some glitter on her floor (thank goodness!!!) !!! Glittery hugs to you all...

8 comments:

restyled home said...

You're a busy gal... but did you give my request some thought?? I'd love to have you on board...sshh!!

Linda

Alison Gibbs said...

What a fun time you had with all the girls in the workshop.
Alison

Sugar Bear said...

I love your post! I had soooo much fun and it was such an honor to meet you! I finally was able to post my photos today!
Karla

Lisa said...

Oh, I so want to take a class from you. This fruit is just beautiful. Are you anywehre near Chicago?

Inspired Tokens said...

Looks like you girls had a great time at the workshop. Do you ever get out to the Utah area? That would be so wonderful to be able to attend one of your workshops. Well, I'll keep dreaming.

When We Were Young said...

They are gorgeous! What fun you must be having!!

Heather said...

I live on the wrong side of the country! I wish i could go to a glitter workshop. My life needs more glitter. At least there is plenty of eye candy to look at on your blog :)

FrenchGardenHouse said...

What a fun time, and you met the sweet and lovely Karla, too! Throw in lots of glitter, how much better can it get??

:) Lidy