Sunday, 25 July 2010

Quilt and craft Show

Yesterday I was demonstrating at the Melbourne Quilt and craft Fair on a stall for our wholesale art supplier. I was demonstrating at the BFDA stand using Chroma paints with mediums and so all last week and late (1am) into Friday night I was prepping background papers and making cards and scrapbook pages with the papers I had created or the techniques I had used. When I got to the show I had about a square metre of space to set up and demonstrate in,  and the next 3 1/2 hours went in a busy and happy blur. I was so happy to be able to share ideas with customers and help them with their questions. I found that most interest was in texture so I mainly demonstrated stenciling with texture paste and paint.

I had all good intentions of taking a photo there but remembered on the drive home that I had neglected this little task. Anyway, here are the papers that I was demonstrating and had prepared earlier.....
 and a couple of scrapbook pages too...
I would have liked more time to really have a good look at all of the other stalls as this was the first time I had attended this Fair and it was a feast for the senses. I came came home with quilting material even though I don't quilt and some gemstone crystals to use in my beading as well as some art supplies. So many ideas, so little time to do them in....

Overall I really had a fun day and met some great people. If I have inspired just one person then I am a happy girl.... Now to put these papers to good use and do some more journal pages.

Hope you are having a creative day


Queen Bee said...

Love these! Especially the "Princess" page! The colors a fantastic!
Queen Bee Studio

Kerryanne @ Shabby Art Boutique said...

I bet you inspired many ladies with your demonstration Lee. Sounds like a fun day.
Hugs ~ Kerryanne

Creatively Lisa said...

Hi, I found your blog on the artist blog hop and I just wanted to let you know, I love your art journal pages.

Anna Rosa Designs said...

Hi Lee,
All these pages look fantastic!
I must come play with you some day.

Your scrap booking pages are also very special.
Happy creating,

Tyggereye said...

Ooh those are neat papers. I am all about making things yourself. Very cool. I love that blue/green paint spattered one in the middle. Totally me and my fav of the bunch. Great layouts. Thanks for dropping by my blog! I love yours. :)

Unknown said...

these are beautiful papers. i have still yet to try molding paste.

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