Above: Some of the "Frumpy Grumps" from a Club workshop with Jill Maas.
The full party of Grumps and their neighbours!
A general view from inside the exhibition room. I decorated an old washing line to create the white tree, from which polymer fairies hang. The fairies were made at a Club workshop with Conny Deylen.
Below is Helen's take on a Linda Misa doll named Emer. Helen hand-painted the dress - isn't it stunning?
Oh, and above is a pic of Sue's coral paradise... can you believe that Sue made this as a scratching post for her pet cats to play with?!! Lucky kitties! :-)
Now for the internationally-acclaimed work of Jenny Romano. Hold on to your jaw as it may well drop!
Here is Jenny with her award-winning fantasy piece - which took her two years to make! If you would like to see more of her fabulous work, she has a gallery here. All of the creations you see are made out of wool felt, and the detail and character in each piece is incredible.
I shall finish up by saying it was a truly beautiful day and I regret not taking pics of the venue to show you. I had so much fun and feel truly blessed and proud to be a part of such a wonderful club with such creative, generous, and inspiring members!
So is that enough piccies for you - or would you like me to do 'doll of the day' for the next few days? I don't want to bore you so you must be honest and let me know if you are interested.
Now I need to get on and start making a cot quilt for my SIL's niece. So back to the sewing machine for me - after I spend lots of time with my children having been away from them most of the weekend! :-)
Until next time - happy creating! :-)
ps. And you believed me when I said I wasn't going to ramble? he he he...