for our second Judith Maslen Workshop for 2015.
It was off to the seaside on Saturday for the workshop. There are three of us who travel together - an early start and my turn to drive again. A round trip of about 140 miles but worth every mile.
Our first 'water' project was a white work pattern called 'Water Iris'. It was quite quiet in the workroom whilst we were concentrating on the embossing. It really is a skill that takes so long to learn and if our endeavours look anything like Judith's sample we are all pleased.
The really pretty detail on the image are the dragonflies and the little star tool impressions. I stitched tiny tiny crystal beads through the star impressions to add the look of bubbles and to attach the image to the card.
Here is my offering
The almond shape decorations around the edge were originally one filled in with embossing and one cut out - alternating. I chose to use beads in the cut out shapes to add beads that I had of the same shape in order to attach to the background card.
Another fantastic day Judith thank you. Already looking forward to July.