Monday, March 26, 2012

IPP full day workshop



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These are the pictures from the full day workshop that was sponsored by IPP - Illinois Prairie Painters. They are an amazing group of talented ladies and we all had a lot of fun. The morning started with a Basics class where we went over an assortment of tangles and completed them following the zentangle method. In the afternoon we completed two projects that utilized the tangles we learned in the morning - plus a few more. The projects we did included a tote bag (or apron) using a fabric pen. Then we did a necklace piece using Shrinky Dinks. It was a blast to see them shrink in the oven.

The ladies went home with 4 - yes FOUR! completed projects. (In a decorative painting class that is very unusual!) They also had fun shopping with me and cleaned me out of a number of items! Thanks ladies!

7 comments:

  1. Looks as if you all had a lot of fun!

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  2. I love those small canvas bags! They're great. What bran/ and aize of pen do you you recommend on that project?

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    1. Hi - Thanks, The bags were fun. My favorite pen for canvas is the Pentel Gel Roller for Fabric. The only store that carries it locally is Hobby Lobby. There are other fabric pens on the market that will work but this is the one I prefer. - I wish I could work out an arrangement with the company - I get nothing for suggesting them.

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  3. I really should learn to preview and proofread and edit before posting!

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  4. The class was a lot of fun. Sue is a fantastic and patient teacher. I highly recommend that everyone take a class from either Sue or another CZT in order to get the full Zentangle experience. Thanks, Sue, for a memorable day!

    Kathy Shabowski

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    1. Thanks Kathy! And I love the gift you gave me!

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  5. Wow Sue,

    Looks like a very successful workshop! Congrats.

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