Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Weekend of crafting

Aloha everyone,
It's been an uneventful weekend in that my daughter did not give birth yet. We're waiting patiently, hoping she'll give birth before we leave on our trip.
In the meantime, I was able to enjoy a couple of fun crafting days. Ben Franklin Crafts threw a wonderful Super Party of make and takes, a demo of the Eclips machine and a One-stroke painting demo on Saturday at their Pearl City Store.  Eileen Tokita, formerly known as the "Egg Lady", now known as the "Bling Lady" was there teaching you how to bling whatever you want with Swarovsky crystals.
notebook, box-card, slider-card, glass-tile pendant
 What's not up in the photo is a bracelet that was made using the Kumihimo wheel and seed beads that was taught by Raynette. I'll post that photo later 'cause I made more that one.  Hehehe.

Then on Sunday the Pacific Coast Stampers' had their end of Summer stamp camp. I look forward to these events, seeing friends and enjoying their company, the fun of creating with each other and the surprise of who wins the silent auctions, raffles and door prizes.
three darling boxes and a bookmark

Check out the goodies that we got as we checked in at the door.  Some were in or on our kit package .
goodies just for attending, YUM
That's it for now, have a great time and be safe.


  1. Hey Wayna,
    So glad that you stopped by at the paper party! Haven't seen you in ages. I see you've been real busy crafting. Hope you can make it next month to the BF 60th anniversary party. BTW, did your daughter give birth yet?

  2. Wow, sounds like you were busy and had a lot of fun! Wish I could go to these events . . . can't have 3 kids tagging along right? :)

  3. Wow! You have a lot of WONDERFUL projects that you all did!!! I love them all!!! And I hope your daughter will give birth before you leave on your trip!!! hehe!!! :)


  4. Wow, this sounds like it was lots of fun! And thank you for buying my books--I hope you really enjoy them. I can't wait to hear what you think! Have a beautiful Sunday.


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