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A Great day had by all 28th July 2012

Just a few pics from the first of my Graphic 45 Workshop held in Stoneleigh, Warwickshire today.  Huge hugs and thanks to every one who came along and made the day the success it was, and for all of your wonderful comments and feedback.  Big thanks also to Nadine and her family who travelled all the way from Belgium to come along.  That really touched me.  

We made a Ladies Diary version of my Vintage Corresponence Case.  17 in all :-) ...................... and here they all are with smiles ......

Thanks to Pauline and Tracey for bringing Pink Tulip Creations Ltd with them and hugs to Andy once again for keeping the tea and coffee flowing for us all throughout the day. 

the class of July 2012 :-)  




          
:-) C

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  1. It really was a lovely day Claire.
    The project is amazing and was great fun to do.
    We were so well looked after and Andy did a great job of keeping the refreshments flowing all day.
    It was great to have the shop there too and very tempting for us all!
    Thanks for sharing your brilliant ideas and also being so generous with them.
    After looking at all your projects that you brought along for us to see I can only say WOW!
    Looiking forward to doing another class with you soon.
    X

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  2. I really enjoyed the day. The correspondence case is gorgeous and I had a lot of fun learning how to make it. Thank you for sharing your tips, tricks and know how with us all and making it such a lovely day. I loved seeing at first hand (and stroking!) all the projects you have featured on your blog and in your youtube videos. They are inspiring.
    Looking forward to your next workshop!
    Rachel
    p.s. Many thanks to the Andy too. He kept the caffeine flowing very well throughout the day

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  3. Wish I could have been there!

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  4. There is occasion where the life can proove you that dreams come true. This saturday was this occasion. What a pleasure to meet my favorate "teacher" and to discover and touch her creations. They are even more beautiful on real life. Thank you also to all the ladies who were there for their kind welcome. To finish by a special thanks to Andy for his catering. Really Clare you are the Queen ( and not only of fussy cutting)Thank you ;-)

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    1. Hi Nadine,I'm so pleased you enjoyed the day. It was lovely to meet you and your family. What a shame it rained when you got to Bourton on the Water, its such a quaint town with so much to see, but our typical British weather couldn't stay away for long. Glad you all got back to Belgium safely. Big hugs and speak soon.
      Hugs x C

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