Fantabulous classes at The Ink Pad in Manhattan this weekend!
Before we get into that, though, I want to say that for the first time in nearly 3 years of blogging, one post is ‘it' for this whole week. Oral surgery is taking me out out of the loop. And on top of that, I've decided to delete all the unread email and blog updates I try so hard to keep up with… I hope no feelings will be hurt, no friendships lost, and a clean slate started. I just truly cannot keep up.
Likewise, I offer that to you, frequent visitors… I really appreciate all the blog visits and comments, but it's never been a numbers thing for me and I think best to just visit one another when we can. Hope this makes sense… I know we're all juggling so many things and it's really difficult to keep all the plates in the air. Following by email is a good option, too, and just delete the ones that don't interest you.
I was fortunate to take a 2-day workshop at The Ink Pad in Manhattan this weekend with instruction from MaryBeth Shaw, Michelle Ward, Andrew Borloz, and Pam Carriker. It sold out within days of the announcement. What a wonderful weekend! I got to spend it with Jessica Sporn and lots of familiar faces. Up above in the pic you'll see Patti Sokol, me, Seth Apter, MaryBeth Shaw, Jessica Sporn, and Sheila (need last name!). Here are some pics:
MaryBeth… great techniques and a total enabler… needed this stencil after that demo.
Michelle Ward…. Love her! So much fun, so many ideas… if you can take her class anytime… do!
Andrew Borloz, teaching us the book binding.
Pam Carriker… amazing! Didn't get a pic of her at work but this peek at her journal page will show you how amazing her work is. Learned so much!
Thank you for popping by today!