I managed to get lots of pics of Ellie in action but it was impossible for me to get shots of myself. Here our students are applying clear embossing powder to an image that was stamped using acrylic paint! No time to wait with this due to the quick drying time of paint on paper.
Although each person used the same ink colors and technique, each folio had it's own personality. Some folios had a heavier application of color while others were lighter. Both styles looked great!
Smiles like Marjorie's are what you hope for at the end of the day. I love the touches of blue she dabbed in between her images. They became little islands. Click on the image to enlarge and see what I mean.
This was our first team of players. We had a total of 4 groups. Whew!
Look at Karen stamp away!
I like how Ellie is trying to make a point at the head of the table. And look at Gail apply ink onto her plain tag. The tags took on an ethereal appearance with the technique Ellie taught.
Here we are close to the end of the day. It was great team-teaching with Ellie. We'll be going another round in April '10! I can't even believe we're entering double digits! 2010?!
The above photos show a Spectacular Saturday from 2 weekends ago called "Extravaganza." It's held twice a year at Stampin' From the Heart in Los Angeles. Due to family illnesses and work overload I've been unable to keep up with my blogging. I refuse to shut down my little speck of the corner though and will post as often as I can.
Many thanks to those who left comments on my past two posts regarding my one year blog anniversary. Guess what? Each one of you who posted back then are winners in my giveaway!!! So BT, Bea, Jolene, Soul, Lisa, Marianne and Sherry will all be receiving a little piece of art and other little goodies. CONGRATULATIONS!!!