Friday, January 28, 2011

sneaky peeks...

Today was the big day...CHA workshop. Here we are at 6am on our way to set up the kits. Its a blurry photo but thats probably for the best, lol

The calm before the storm.

Wendy Vecchi trying to look relased.!!

Another "He who must be obeyed"  the lovely Justin.

Going through the run through with everyone.


Debbie, Claudine, Bonnie and Wendy

Oh.!! think I,m having a quick forty winks...

And in they come.

 Ha ha llook at everyone rushing to turn off their phones.

This is such a gorgeous picture of Mario.

The class kit. much product..??

 Tim introduces us all and starts the ball rolling with his project

And in what seemed like only 10 mins, it was suddenly my turn....aaaaaargh..!!

My finished project




The crew all ready to help

The raising of the Ranger Sign

Justin always has just the tool for the job. Where the frikk did he pull a paint roller from..?

This is my display. The piccies are not good as it was dropping dark, and I will take some more tomorrow, but just wanted to give you a quick idea.


Emjoy xx


Luna Art said...

Amazing! Your stand looks great, I bet you are so proud! Looks like a Fantastic time, can't wait to see more x

Bernice Hopper said...

Thanks for keeping us up to date. Glad it's all going well for you

Sandra Hall said...

Fantastico Dy! You've given us a great flavour of a Ranger class! The canvases look fab (especially yours :D) x

Helen said...

stunning display, even with dark pics. have a great time...

Ann said...

Glad you are having such a great time. You are such an inspiration. Ax

salamanda said...

The stand looks fab and the class looked fun and it's great to see four different artistic takes on a canvas.

Unknown said...

Looks like you're having a brilliant time babes :)

The stand looks fabby, the classes look like they were phenomenal value for your $$$s !

Your samples are indeed truly Dy-vine !

Though everyone really needs to see them in the flesh, because the colours really do P-O-P their socks off ya in real life.

It' 'ike an explosion of a kilo of rainbow kali, buckets of popping candy, mountains of sherbert fountains and the fizziest moet ever, all going off in a raindow of effervescence before your very eyes :)


P.s. I mis you. Eating Turkish delight biscuits on your own is not so much fun :(

P.P.s I miss you too Sandra x

The Scrappy Tree said...

HOW exciting!! Beautiful project Dy, and your display looks great :)

Gayle xx

chrisg said...

Ohhh your stand looks so colourful and scrumtious Dy. Looks like great fun was had by all.
The Amercians will love your products for sure. Just dont sell out - I need some white paint LOL
MWhahah just noticed my word verification - MINGHIN (Blogger trying to tell me something???)

Clare with paint in her hair said...

Fab display! Hope you are having a great time


thekathrynwheel said...

OOOh it all looks fab. Well done Dy x

Anonymous said...

Fantastic. I love all the images. Wish l could have been there but illness stopped it. I am so glad you are all having a great time.lyndax

Siobhan Brignull said...

wowzer what a lovely bright display, and what a class to attend, " frickin amazin" to quote a certain someone.. :)

Kirsten Alicia said...

Thanks for sharing the excitement with us, the photos are great. You should be so proud of your display & workshop project - they are gorgeous. It's fab to see you with the Ranger gang. Enjoy the rest of your CHA experience.

Parabolic Muse said...

This is such a great report! LOVE the pictures! We were at the booth today and really enjoyed seeing your work and meeting you. Wish I could have been there at the workshop. We got to meet Wendy, too, and your instruction on using the powders was an eye-opener. I love the fact that they need only water, and not acrylic medium (like Twinkling H2Os do).

Have a safe trip home!


Carole Bryson said...

Everything looking Dy-licious ! Can't wait to see more photos - just wish I was at that class !!!

Girlsinthecraft said...

This was just wonderful to see. Thanks so much for sharing it---could almost feel the excitement in the air---especially the pic of the 'rising' of the Ranger sign.

Diane said...

It all looks absolutely amazing, Dyan! Have a fabby dabby time!
Diane x

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