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Well its the moment you have all been waiting for.
The cludgie is finished.
No more dodging the raindrops to get to the loo. Its been a long, hard 4 months, but we have done it. From building the extension, plumbing, tiling, plasterboarding, you name it we have done it all. In my eyes quite an achievement considering we had no idea what we were doing lol.
Here are a few pictures for you



Now its official


The washbasin



The toilet (as if you didn't know lol)

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Although Liz insists she was browbeaten into holding a couple of card making classes I am certain that she is enjoying planning them


She is holding 2 classes here at our purpose built studio on 21 November. Refreshments will be included in the price, together with all of your materials and tools will be provided, but if you prefer to bring your own then please do so. Spaces are limited so if you would like to take either class please email me jill@cardinalcolours.co.uk to book your space.


The first class will be from 10-12 and will be a glittery Gatefold Christmas card. Liz will also show you how to make a Never ending card which you can take home to decorate at your leisure. The price of this class is £7.00



The scond class will be from 1-3 and will be an acetate card. Liz will also show you how to make a Never ending card which you can take home to decorate at your leisure. The price of this class will be £7.00

Sorry this is not a good image. Liz may be a fantastic card maker but she is not much of a photographer lol.
The card has layers of acetate with houses on each layer and the houses are decorated with snow glitter.

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I was kindly invited to a cardmaking class by Lynn and Linda, 2 of the lovely girls who come to our crops. It was held by Francoise Read and I had a great time. Not being a stamper or cardmaker I unashamedly copied Lynn who was sitting next to me. I enjoyed the class but had to leave quickly after it was over but I would love to have stayed and seen Francoise demonstrating how to make her cards. Lynn took some photos of her cards and these are on her blog, A Moment in Time.

I have been in touch with Francoise with a view to her giving a couple of classes here, and she is agreeable - but - she is fully booked till May next year. Still it something to something to look forward to.