Wednesday, 20 March 2013


I had the best time last week thanks to a whole bunch of wonderful people!
Rae organised for Finnabair to come all the way from Poland to teach mixed media classes, this one in Sydney was organised by Eunice. My gorgeous friend Diane and her family accommodated me and Diane came to the classes too :-)
My darling hubby stayed home with the kids and #1 son ferried them to school and activities.
I am blessed!

I also got to meet up with some wonderful Aussie scrapbookers - Nadia Cannizzo, Kim Price, Di Garling, Julene Matthews, and Kim Kendall from SWAT. There were 50 of us in the class and I talked with lots more lovely ladies but alas cannot remember names.

Here we are

And here are my two projects
Firstly a layout with lots of luscious metal grunge and prettiness.

And secondly a mixed media canvas. 
I must be a little more careful misting near the photo next time.
(This is the one that gave me the blister ;-)

The products we used were from the gorgeous new ranges
from Prima that Finn designed - Sunrise Sunset and Mechanicals.

The entire experience was absolutely brilliant,
I am so grateful to all the ladies who made this happen!

Thanks so much for dropping by,
yours in scrappiness


  1. How lucky you are...1st for hubs & 2nd to be able to attend Finn's workshop. Your projects are fabulous but the mixed media cracks me up...little boys are a treat & loud!

  2. Peg, I've been following your blog for quite some time but don't normally comment. Today, I just had to tell you how much I love these pieces...they are gorgeous!!!! I especially love the live loud page...didn't even notice the stray ink til you mentioned it. Absolutely beautiful!

  3. oh goodness! Spectacular projects! So much fun it appears! Glad to hear you guys had so much fun!

  4. This looks like so much fun! I love what you created!

    I can't wait to use the pieces.

    Thank you.
    Have a great day.


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