Monday, 23 March 2015

Paper cutting in Woodbridge

I had a bit of an adventure last weekend - setting off for Woodbridge, Suffolk  Friday afternoon, praying I would miss the M25 rush hour, which seems to get longer and longer.
I had been invited to run a paper cutting workshop for Art Safari who are based in a lovely building, the Harbour Master's Office, right on the quay, with views out to the boats and water.
The new tables were fresh out of their packaging and set up ready to be decked with papers, cutting mats, resources and scalpels - all very exciting. Once set up and ready for our students to arrive on Saturday, we went to the Anchor for a delicious supper and much chat.
Saturday dawned grey and dull but that didn't stop us having a great time and the sun managed to creep out by lunch time which added extra sparkle to the day.
Several fish were cut, a wedding card and a beautiful baby panel - I'm always thrilled to see what people come up with and look forward to hearing about how they develop their new found skills.

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