We had a steady flow of people through the morning and then after lunch there was a bit of a rush and at one point I was helping four little people to make cards at the same time!
I managed to take a few pictures and I'm sure you will agree that the children (aged 7 to 10) produced some really beautiful cards that they should be really proud of (and all of them went home with all their fingers and thumbs intact).
Julia Hayward had some glass shapes that could be embellished with coloured pieces of glass that once heated would fuse together to create gorgeous art pieces that you could hang in a window. I had a go at creating a tiny seascape with a boat and can't wait to see what it comes out like once heated. You can see more of her lovely work at:
Teresa Mills had a vast selection of wooden letters and other shapes to mosaic - and the most popular had to be the chicken! We also learnt a lot from Teresa about laser cutting . . . ! You can see some of Teresa's detailed mosaic work in the background of some of the photos below and at:
I have never taken part in anything like this before so it was a real learning experience - would I do it again? You bet!