Last weekend I hosted in my studio the 1st Designer/Educator Sub-Committee meeting for a new "Section" we are building within the Canada Craft and Hobby Association Chapter.
I am pretty sure that the group opted to meet at my studio because they knew we would have some crafty fun.
I set up our meeting table to look like a craft store exploded.
When I teach resin to a new group I try to use only items that do not require "sealing." There is never enough time to let items dry thoroughly, so everything I placed on the table could be covered/embedded with resin without the added step of sealing it first.
They jumped right into the projects!
The bezels I am showing you today were made by Brenda Greenwood-Vernem. Brenda works for Westcott and like a lot of craft professionals does not always have time to play. She used everything on the table! Her bezels are gorgeous. She left them with me to cure and I am not sure I will be returning them......
If you are a professional designer I strongly urge you to consider becoming a member of the Craft and Hobby Association. If you are a Canadian Designer, you can be in two groups like I am!
We have some super exclusive events planned and there are going to be opportunities for demonstrating jobs as well!
Labels: Canadian Designer Section - CHA, Craft and Hobby Show, Westcott