Saturday, 3 October 2009

Indian Summer


That was the title of this morning's class at AMOM.

We used the new Basic Grey papers called "Indian Summer" funnily enough!

Had a lovely time tearing paper,stamping and cutting,embossing etc. The title was cut on the Cricut using "Don Juan" (must get this cartridge!).

The photos were taken in Thame earlier this week - the stunning Virginia Creeper is in Waitrose car park and the clothes are in CC (used to be called Country Casuals).

Journalling is hidden under the embossed leaf (top left of LO).

It was nice to meet up with Jan and Diane too. Jan was doing the class and Diane was cropping. They stayed for the afternoon Hero Arts session too.
I got my mark for the Module 4 LO - a disappointing 57% but as I didn't really understand the concept of "space" I was pleased to get that. Now, thanks to Christina at AMOM, I have a better understanding and plan to redo the LO.

9 comments:

DGgirl said...

Hi Susie

Love this LO - these papers look gorgeous. Am on a bit of a stash diet until our big craft show in Glasgow at the od month **sigh**.

Gillx

Hi I'm Maria... said...

lovely LO sue, and remember that's why you're there, to learn new things, so don't worry about your scoring, have fun re-doing your LO 4 if you decide to...

maria x

SusieJ said...

Thanks girls - have destroyed that LO as I wasn't happy with it!
Sue xx

CRAZYCRAFTSHED said...

Fabulous Sue
Hugs Dianne xx

jan said...

Lovely LO Sue, super colours and photos, fab,
Good to see you at the class too, and catch up,
Jan x

a little bit of me........ said...

hi sue not seen u about on DC hope your well, i love this Lo the colours are lovely and rich xxjennixx

craftattack said...

Another gorgeous LO, I think you are getting better every time. Love the autumn colours and pics, just lovely! Well done!

Diane said...

Hiya Sue,

Loved this LO and wished I had done it, but I did manage to make one of the lovely oak leaves and stamp out some two tone leaves for a project I am doing with these papers. Your course is very interesting even though it is pushing you with ideas.

hope to see you soon,

Diane xx

dagbird2001 said...

another fabby lo i love the colours.
xx