Saturday, 8 October 2011

Lindsay Mason at Wickford

We are having such a great day here today - Lindsay Mason has been demonstrating with some fab new clear stamp sets and distress inks. It seems as though the ladies watching have been enthralled with her ideas and techniques.
It is great to see people getting new ideas with all the bits that Lindsay is using and also seeing how she does it of course. One lady asked Lindsay "if she ever knew what colour her hands used to be?" as Lindsay has got so many different colours of distressing inks on hers at the moment!
Here are a few pics of what has been going on today.

What colour shall I use next?

Eager to watch in detail what Lindsay is up to!

Just some of Lindsays finished cards

Stamp set PICSA6258 "Nativity - Unto Us A Child"

Stamp Sets PICSA6266 "Christmas Post"
 and Build A Snowy Scene PICSA6261

Lindsay used the tree from the Nativity set above to create a beach scene card.

Again, using stamps from the Build A Snowy Scene

Using a set from Andy Skinner set - "Winters Tale" ASCSA5011
and wording from "Silent Night" PICSA6263

"Holly" from Gorjuss Stamps  GJK015

The snowflake border design has been created using the Martha Stewart punch "Aspen Snowflake"
The stamp is another one by Gorjuss and is called Snowman. Lindsay also used Liquid Pearls to decorate as snow falling and along the bottom.

Lindsay has used a variety of Distress ink pads such as Mustard Seed, Spiced Marmalade, Fired Brick, Chipped Sapphire and Faded Jeans to create the dramatic sky scenes and black Archival Ink for the outlines.

Sit or stand - Lindsay captivates her audience with techniques and wit.
What a busy day Lindsay has had, loads of designs!
Brilliant, brilliant and brilliant!

Thank you Lindsay and to everyone who came to watch.

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