Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Online workshop

Recently I joined an online workshop at after seeing some journal pages in the latest Stampington Journalling magazine that I really liked. I was a bit apprehensive, wondering if I would find time to do the classes. I need not have worried as I was hooked, love the fact the materials you use are very transportable and the moleskin journal is a good size.This was way too much fun, as you can see I don't have a very straight eye, practise will be needed here. Love the doodling, you can do it while watching television too.

These bottom two are my interpretation's of the techniques.

I would recommend anyone who cannot get to classes the online classes are a good way to try different techniques. I had trouble with the videos, they took over half an hour to download and then when trying to view would only go so far, stop then go back to the beginning, I gave up in the end, I am afraid I don't have a lot of patience with computers, a love/hate relationship, have nearly sent it flying out the door on several occasions. The workshop I did was Pam Carikker's Shades of Grey.


The Vintage Vignette said...

Gorgeous jackie! I really love how the cream backgrounds stand apart from the black journaling. I gives the pages such a lush look. :)

Anonymous said...

Hi my beautiful talented sister. Havent much time to get onto computer but just wanted to tell you the stuff you are doing is amazing. I look forward to going back to NZ and having the room to do some creative stuff myself. Yesterday Peter Sue and I went out to lovely old town called Windsor and had lunch and visited a lovely old antique shop. It was closed but the lady was still there so she opened up for us where we spent an hour having lots of laughs with the lady and buying some stuff which she kept saying "what are you going to do with that" It was her first customer in two days, bit sad isnt it. Love you lots.