Friday, September 2, 2016

My Winter Schedule

If you were wondering where I might be appearing over the next few months then wonder no more.

At the moment I am in Norway at the fabulous Bibuken

Tuesday 6th Sept I am teaching an introduction to art journalling at Art from the Heart in Harrogate, UK

Mon 12th Sept  Collins Retailer show, Orlando, US

Sat/Sun 17/18th Sept  Scrapbook n More, New Braunfels, TX

Sat/Sun 23/24th Sept  Runaway Arts, Salem, Oregon

Sat/Sun 1/2nd Oct  Busy Scrapping, Omaha, NE

Sat/Sun 8/9th Oct  Inky Hot Mess, Geneva, NY

Sat/Sun 15/16th Oct  Scrappy Chic, Livonia, MI

Sat/Sun 22/23rd Oct  Betty's Creative Studio, Greensboro, NC

Phew !!!!

And then I will fly back home for well deserved 2 days rest before I get ready to welcome a new grand baby into the fold!!

I hope I get to see you somewhere on my travels.

Enjoy xx


Anonymous said...

Please come to Kansas sometime!! Congrats and welcome to the grandma club. said...

I'm on my way! See you at Bikuben tomorrow 😊 I can't wait!

Caroline D. said...

Congratulations on the new grandbaby coming soon!

Sue said...

The MOST exciting part? A new grandbaby!!!! That's wonderful news!

CrackedcupAnnie said...

It's a wonder you don't meet yourself coming backwards....
have a great time and good luck to Mum & Dad of new babe....
Pat Crossland.....

Jeanne Beam said...

Please visit the Florida Panhandle ��

Anonymous said...

how I would love to see you again, but alas, our paths are not going to cross while you are on this side of the pond. hopefully when you come back for another trip we will reconnect. Enjoy that new grandbaby! Being a grandparent truly is the best job around, even if the pay isn't in the bank. <3 ya'

RJ said...

After you rest and spend time with your grand baby, come to Lancaster, PA. We're not all Amish around here.

Jennifer said...

Can't wait to meet you in Michigan on October 15th. I seriously feel like I am meeting a star. I watch your videos in awe.

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