I feel more confident using my brayer and will make more attempts to try Michelle's tutorials on her blog before I try to make scenes on my own.
Here is her blog if you'd like to find out more about Michelle.
Here's a little part of her blog from Friday---"Sorry, no tutorial today. I’m busy packing for my trip to Middleburg Heights, Ohio tomorrow morning where I will be teaching some fun and exciting projects to some brand new Brayer Masters. Well at least they will be Brayer Masters when they have finished the workshop."
Here are the projects we made at the beginner and advanced workshops. My brayer hand is tired! LOL
I got one of Michelle's images signed. Please don't compare my picture to hers..............
It was a long day for me with helping Michelle to set up and pack up but it was a great time. You can't believe how fast time goes! She figures approximately one hour to do each card because she's teaching a group of us. This is Michelle's original.
It was a fun day with Michelle. She gave away all sorts of stamp sets and even one punch. She gave away each sample she made with us. She also gave me a cute, new Stampin' Up bag and two stamp sets for being her hostess. Isn't that wonderful? I also won a few stamp sets in drawing she did.
Take a look at the stamp sets I won and the stamp sets I got for both sessions.
I am so tired tonight and my brayer hand is tired too. If you have the chance to be a hostess or go to a workshop it's well worth it.
Bless you for stopping by.