Scrapagogo retreat

These days are going past way too quickly for my liking..It's Saturday again and I've still not told you all about the retreats..Scrapagogo was first and - way back at the end of October.I still haven't taken photos of all the lovely projects - and there were some crackers.
We were lucky in the fact that it was literally only 'up the road ' for us - but still fun to stay away for the weekend
The first class was with Nicola and was this gorgeous wreath - I really enjoyed doing it.
This was Nicola's
This was mine 
Another class was Pam's She art - this started life as very plain card ..we painted and stencilled..and inked
and cut papers and paper pieced 
Here's the very lovely Janice 
and this was her class
there's a brilliant tree house in the grounds and we all gathered in front of it to have a group photo taken
By the lovely Eileen
and here's us looking just a wee bit shattered at the end of the weekend.

To top off this weekend - it was off to the O2 in London for me to see Lionel 

Brilliant as always 


scrappyjacky said...

Sounds like a busy,but fun,weekend!

humel said...

Looks like you had a wonderful time :) Love those She Art pieces, that's something I've been wanting to try!

Alison said...

Looks like it was great weekend...lovely projects!
Alison xx

debs14 said...

An action packed weekend!

Louise said...

its always good to see what you get up to on your retreats. I've never been to one so i find it really interesting. Love the star wreath...i've just made some 3d star decorations.Looks like you had a super time x

alexa said...

Your creative projects are lovely - I especially like your wreath. And what a tree house! I'd have been wanting to eat, sleep and craft in it :). Judging by the smiles it was a great weekend ...

Sian said...

It certainly sounds like a fun time was had by all - I love the variety of projects you were able to put together. And, yes, i'm a big fan of that wreath too

Scrappi Sandi said...

That wreath is gorgeous! What an action packed weekend you had!! Seeing you photo's of the Lional concert makes me wish that David had had a large screen at the NEC last weekend....we didn't get to see his face close-up! Do you think that was by design?!!! ;D