Sunday, 11 November 2012

Lino Cutting Workshop

 Went to a lino cutting workshop yesterday with my 
good friend Jo in Castleton, Rochdale.
Lucy our teacher was very helpful and our class was well organised with lots of inspiration. I thoroughly enjoyed my day and made 2 stamps.

Me cutting my quirky house. I learned not to use a soft pencil as your image gets smudged. I had to improvise a little.


 My 2 stamps.
Thanks also to Lynn who went for lunch, provided biscuits, crisps, cups of tea and more.

6 comments:

sam21ski said...

WOW Carol, what a fab couple of stamps you've made there!!

Sam xxx

Carol Hornby-Clements said...

It is so easy. I have made 1 before but going on a workshop was brilliant. I prepared the house beforehand. It took some cutting.
It is a cheap enjoyable craft.

Redanne said...

Hi Carol, I saw Lynn's and Jo's photos too and it looks like you all had a great time. I just love your quirky house and birdcage. Sorry I could have been there too! Crafty hugs, Anne x

TwinkleToes2day said...

Wonderful quirky house :D
I also love your sketchbook pictures too, set as the new header for Sketchbook Friends blog. Looking good! :0) Mo

Lynn Holland said...

You are so talented Carol and thank you again for bringing your journal to show us. It is fabulous. I've put it as the banner on SKETCHBOOK FRIENDS BLOG.
Hope I see you again soon
Lynn x x

lefthandedcrafter said...

Hi carol, it was lovely to meet you on Saturday. Your prints were wonderful and perfectly suited to lino printing and i'm glad you had a good day, I hope you carry it on. I really enjoyed looking though your journal, you created some beautiful pages, it has inspired me to do more with mine!
Lucy x