1. bliss is a lo we made in Jenni Bowlin's class "painted effects." She is a great teacher. It was my first class ever:) She was very conversational, organized, had lots of over heads for us to look at to see lots of examples of what she was talking about. We made this. The only thing I changed when i got home was I added the ribbons to 2 tags and the bookplate (I lost the brad for the book plate). Her class was great. I went to her make and take at Scrapit. Fun. She has her own line of found stuff at Scrapit. I would def take her class again.
2. smile - Hero Arts make and take. I thought getting a 12x12 lo done for a make and take was pretty good. Had fun with the stamps. Reminded me that I have stamps. Finally got to see what versamark is. Not so scary. Fun. I really liked their shake up your style workshop too. Probably the one that shook my style the most.
3. Sandy Feet is lo I made in Tracey White's "artistic effects class" She is so funny. I don't know why I was surprise by that. I guess I thought she was gonna be quiet. Nope. This lo was supposed to have a pocket to hold journaling and a thing to put a tape transfer thing on. It was too much - so I left it with this. Way more pastel and shabby than my style - but a fun class. She was also very organized. I have a lot of appreciation for a class that is organized, moves along at a nice pace, but doesn't leave people behind...espec. me. Ok - I think that is offically all of the things I made at cku-m that I kept as is. I will admit, I did bring some stuff home and take it apart to use. I find myself looking forward to the next cku sched. listing in Aug and thinking about location, shopping and who will be there. It is so much more about the experience than just making stuff. That is great too. But now that I have been - I think the other stuff may become more important.