23/04/2016

Our last Workshop At Mullion Meadows

As I'm away from home and not able to join the crowds down the road in Stratford Upon Avon to celebrate Shakespeare's birthday and the 400th Anniversary of his death this fine day I thought I'd add a sprinkling of quotes from the Bards works to my post ............ can you spot how many Shakespeare play's are mentioned, some very loosely below.  If you can, leave a comment. A small token will be awaiting those who guess correctly.

I joined the Merry Wives of Mullion for a fabulously crafty day yesterday.   
'Margaret Margaret, where for art though Margaret'
Our project for the day was to construct and alter the event organiser kits and have them finished ready for class 2 of the the project in a couple of months.  After much a do about nothing we got started and 
after a  lot of double double toil and trouble our boxes were all built and painted.
What's in a name that which we call a Rose by any other name would smell as sweet 
'We were merry as the day is long' as we started to cut onto the gorgeous Voyage Beneath 'Can one desire too much of a good thing?'

Voyage Beneath the Sea workshop with Clare Charvill Graphic 45
Voyage Beneath the Sea workshop with Clare Charvill Graphic 45
Voyage Beneath the Sea workshop with Clare Charvill Graphic 45
'tis a very excellent piece of work, madam lady'
Voyage Beneath the Sea workshop with Clare Charvill Graphic 45
What a great time we all had. Margaret thank you for inviting me down, ladies for coming along and I hope the shop move over the weekend goes well and look forward to seeing you at your new place when I'm down next.  
We're off for a wander on the beach in the sunshine so I"ll sign iff and look forward to catching up with you again soon.  Enjoy your day :-)

14 comments:

  1. I believe I counted 7 of the Bard's works!! The ladies did a wonderful job of constructing and decorating the organizer kits!!! Am going to work on a project today using those same papers from Graphic 45, so beautiful!! Thanks for sharing the fun you all had Clare and I hope you enjoyed your walk on the beach as well!!! Have a nice visit to Cornwall!!
    Judy in Arizona

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  2. Hi Clare, I counted 7, but maybe wrong haha !! These piccies of your ladies at work are stunning.
    Lots of love from Patricia xx

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  3. Hi Clare, I counted 7, but maybe wrong haha !! These piccies of your ladies at work are stunning.
    Lots of love from Patricia xx

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  4. gorgeous papers and projects Clare

    gr karin

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  5. Love looks not with the eyes,but with the mind.....Eh hem....
    Ha ha
    Wow Clare, these look stunning, i would love to make one. Debbie X

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  6. What a super looking workshop - the finished pieces look fabulous.
    Now I'm probably way off base but I think I counted 8 references to the Bard's works.
    Toni xx

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  7. Wonderful projects, all the ladies look like they had fun!
    I counted 8 Shakespeare plays!

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  8. 7 mentions of the bard - great projects as always clare or should that be ophelia

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  9. I counted 8 but I seem to be in the minority at the moment. Alas, math has never been my forte. lol! BTW, the Voyage Beneath the Sea project is gorgeous!

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  10. Hi Clare, I counted 8. I absolutely love Cornwall and have spent many happy hols there first with my parents and then with my own children. Love the projects and the papers. Off to make a birthday card for my niece and a christening card for my great neice. Enjoy your day. x

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  11. I think it is 8 plays Clare. have a lovely weekend in cornwall!

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  12. Hi Clare, I counted 8. A fab project as usual,in a lovely part of the world. xx

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  13. Hi Clare
    Looks like an eventful day you had crafting , lovely work from your Ladies.
    I counted 8 plays from the Bard's work.
    Take Care
    Elaine H X

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  14. Hi Clare, this has to be my favourite collection so far and I believe that I am going to make this project. I have counted eight references to the Bard, but there are only six plays as two plays are referred to twice. Hope you have a fab time away. Take care, Karen

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