15 September 2014

Catching Up

Hi everyone and welcome. I hope you had a good weekend - for those going through particularly tricky times right now my thoughts and prayers are with you for a positive resolution.

I've got new projects to share later this week, but wanted to take this opportunity to flag up a couple of things...


First up, have you got your copy of this month's Craft Stamper magazine yet? There are some fantastic articles inside and I have to say I'm a huge fan of the Scrap365 Bonus Supplement included this month for the first time. And if you turn to page 10 you'll see I've got a Distress to Impress article included (squeal!) featuring Distress Paint sprays. Using my collection of paints this way is a favourite technique, and I'd like to publicly thank my bestest buddy Anne Redfern for introducing me to the whole concept a while back. We've shared and learned so much from each other and time spent with this wonderful lady is always treasured.


And on the subject of sharing and learning, I also want to flag up the one day workshop I'll be running on 27th September at IndigoBlu's HQ. You'll get to create your own seaside themed mini album whilst learning lots and lots of techniques and tips along the way.
Here's some more glimpses to whet your appetite...







I'm really hoping to see some friendly faces there to join me and will do my best to send you away buzzing with inspiration.
You can find all the booking details HERE.

There's lots of prepping for demos to do here (no rest for the... ) so for now I'll love you and leave you with a promise to be back on Wednesday for the latest Frilly and Funkie challenge.
Take care of yourselves, Jenny xxx

22 comments:

  1. Hi Jenny! Well done on having an article published! The technique sounds great, I will check it out ;)
    Ingrid x

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  2. Congrats Jenny! Fabulous book!

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  3. Congratulations Jenny!! This is very well deserved, what a fantastic project! Hip hip hooray!! hugs :)

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  4. Love your book Jenny it's fabulous. Those Skegness stamps always make me chuckle. Elizabeth xxx

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  5. I really wish that I lived closer as I could come help with the prepping as I do a lot of kitting...I feel like I can do it in my sleep. I too do demo's, the more organised you are the better they go. Another reason to wish I lived closer...so I could attend your demo!

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  6. You are so kind but I think I have learned much more from you!! I love seeing your regular articles in CS, they are always so inspiring.

    Mo and I are booked on your course and speaking for myself I cannot wait, so looking forward to it!! Huge hugs my lovely friend, Anne xx

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  7. Congratulations with the publication...wow enjoy!
    The little book looks great, a real treasure Jenny.
    Greetings, Alie

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  8. Really enjoyed your article and the technique - well done Jenny! And great sample for the workshop, I'm sure everyone will enjoy it! xx

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  9. Loved your CS article Jenny and your little creation looks really stunning.
    Fliss xx

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  10. Hi Jenny, Your articles are getting to be regular in Craft stamper and I for one love trying out your techniques. I am so looking forward to joining you on your seaside book workshop on the 27th with Anne. Mo x

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  11. Hi Jenny....I am so thrilled and I loved your Distress Techniques in CS. You have worked so hard and its lovely to see your dreams come true x
    What a fab workshop too, your students will have a great time for sure. If only I was closer.

    Hugs Annie x

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  12. Love, love, love this wonderful creation.
    Oh! how I wish I lived nearer so I could participate and learn.
    You are so creative Jenny, oh! to have a fraction of your amazing talent.

    Patricia x

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  13. Congratulations, Jenny! What a wonderful project with so many details. Love this!

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  14. Jenny...your seaside album is darling and I know that whoever comes to your one day workshop will be in for a treat! This is so cute! Congrats on your Distress Paint article being published. That is wonderful news, too!! IndigoBlu has some gorgeous stamps! I love their stuff. They are lucky to have you as a spokesperson for them! I also wanted to thank you for all of your lovely comments you've left on my blog recently. They are wonderful and made me feel so good! <3 Candy

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  15. Yay it's a fantastic article Jenny, lots to inspire and provoke new ideas. Love your gorgeous little book, good luck with the workshop I know it will be a huge hit.
    hugs Brenda xxx

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  16. Like everyone else I've been loving your CS projects, your seaside book looks amazing, you'll have some very satisfied customers after this workshop! Are you at Byrkley garden centre this Saturday ? Love Toni x

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  17. Congratulations on being published in
    Craft Stamper.

    Love the little book and I hope all goes well for you with the workshop

    Love Chrissie x

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  18. I am loving your articles in Craft Stamper - the first thing I turn to! The workshop looks fabulous - if only I was nearer.

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  19. Oh, boo :( I don't get the Craft Stamper and I'd love to read your Distress to Impress article!! And speaking of spray Distress Paints...hmmmm..do you think Tim/Ranger has upcoming plans for those? :) I hope so!! :)
    Gosh, I do so wish I could join in on the mini-album fun at IndigoBlu HQ on the 27th!! I will be with you in spirit!! XOXO-Shari T.

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  20. well - I wish I could just jump on a plane and wing my way to your class Jenny! Love this fun book and that great image on the cover!!

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  21. Congrats on being published :) Will have to take a closer look.

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Thank you so much for stopping by and leaving your comments - they are really appreciated. Jenny xxx

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