Sunset over the Med October 2010
On Saturday there were eight of us in all, and each of us made very different pieces - one woman's picture was of a rock and it was very life-like, others did scenes of trees, fields and another's was of underwater coral.
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In other news, the cushion covers I am making for my college project are finally coming together. I have decorated the fabric and am ready to sew my design onto them. This would be difficult without transferring the design onto the fabric; and have wanted a light box for some time. Even asked Mr T and my son in law for their help.
Soooo, today I went into Homebase, where I got fantastic help from a young man there (who is a student architect, so knew what I was on about) who sorted me out with a short fluorescent light unit, and a sheet of perspex. Then, I have found a drawer, and will drill a hole in the side of it, add a diffuser to the perspex, bang in some nails (or screws, probably) to attach it to the top of the drawer, et voila! Costing less than £30, it has saved me at least £50 and I will have it for some time to come. Now, those of you who say I could use a window for this, don't know the lack of access and light my windows have!
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This is another busy week for me, one of my students needs a report, three others are due a group supervision, foster panel reports are to be read and Mr T has a birthday on Wednesday. Phew! I remembered in time to organise a present, and we are having a 'children's tea party' for him, complete with balloons, jelly and cake. What laughs, what fun! xx