Monday, August 15, 2011

Work in Progress

It was a fun experience for me last weekend. A big thank you to Cindy who invited Stephanie and myself to be a "Judge" for the Bear Fruit Miniatures Workshop which she was the mentor. I've never been a judge before, so the term itself was a little scary. But all in all, it was fun and not stressful! I was extremely impressed with the quality of the work done by the participants, given that most of them have never touched air dry clay before. I hope whatever I said makes sense and the participants felt it was helpful. I didn't prepare a speech, everything was impromptu. I hope everyone would continue to experiment and more importantly enjoy and have fun playing. It was also nice to catch up with Cindy and Stephanie after the event. :)

Yesterday I continued working on my work in progress which has been sitting around for a while. I made the window shutters and I painted it green. I love this shade of green. It's just kind of different. It's actually a combination of several colours but I'm glad it turned out looking nice. It's a little antique actually.

I'm going to do a little research and do up the exterior a bit.

7 comments:

  1. Love your shutter and the colour is beautiful just off to follow you. I have a free linky on my blog if you feel like adding yours to it.

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  2. Silly me I already do follow you :)

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  3. I loved the window shutters and color you used!
    Hugs

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  4. I'm in awe ;)
    Great job as usual!
    Stella

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  5. That shutter is SO cute! Love the color!!

    Lauralee

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  6. Dearest sweet friend, the experience you had as a judge sounds really exicting and inspiring!! I wish i was there too with you!
    Oh my so that was the windows shutters that you told me about over the weekend!! I am loving this gorgeous green too and it kinda shimmers! I am really curious to see what you come out with! Happy mid-week and love to you!

    jacqueline
    http://jqlinesocuteithurts.typepad.com/

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  7. Beautiful...... It looks to me like these might be working shutters? Cant wait to see what these are for. Mini hugs~ Kim

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