Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Add ImageOn Sept 12,Mystic P aper turned 5. Carlene and I joined Jennifer and Kim for their celebration. In these tough times it is encouraging to see a local shop still able to survive. This is due in part to these 2 wonderful women. Their support, encouragement and welcoming smiles.
It is always great to see Mike and (his better half) Lesley. JK, Mike.
Lesley made this awesome shrine. Oh how I love the doll with no head and wings.

Last Saturday I taught this class at Paper Metal Scrappers in Payson. I was thrilled when they contacted me after seeing my article in Sommerset. (Side note I can't get the link to work just google it)
What can one say about Paper Metal Scrappers? In a word, WOW! If you live or are visiting AZ it is worth your time to drive the 90 or so miles from Phoenix to their shop. Barb and Brenda have created a warm and welcoming, eye candy filled place to hang out at.
Some pics of the 20 creative, wonderful women in the class.
Thanks ladies for inviting me I had a great time. I also want to thank Julie for teaching me this technique and allowing me to pass it on.


Jack and Cat Curio said...

It was great to see you. Looked like Payson kept you busy. All the best!
-Mike & Lesley

Sandra said...

Hi Becky: thanks soo much for posting our class pics and once again wanted to thank you for such a very, very fun classs : ) I want you to know that not only did I finish my little piece but actually HUNG IT on the wall !!! my hubby loved it too : ) let's keep working on Bren&Barb for our next class, ok ?? OK !!!
Blessings, Sandra in Payson

cindy said...

Looks like it was great fun! I bet you were a fab teacher!

yapping cat

Tina said...

Congrats on the teaching gig!!! Way to go gal!!

Tumble Fish Studio said...

Congratulations on your class. It looks like a huge success. How I would love to take that class from you. You have such a talent.