Tinker Verve

creating with spirit & enthusiasm…often with great results

Ruffled and Ready!

I do have some pictures and posts to show from our trip to Alaska but since arriving home last night, I now need to hit the ground running to get ready for Saturday’s Royal Lady Workshop and Summer Picnic.

I’m so excited for Saturday!

I have a wonderful group of gals coming….{and there’s even room for another few}

Heather’s menu is positively mouth-watering….

Now it’s up to me to make the rest come together and happen!

One of the things that I was able to work on while in AK was the hand-dyed ruffles for the crown workshop.  I also made sweet little wraps for some of my home-made goat’s milk soap that each gal will receive.

cuteness 

did I mention that I’m excited and that I want you to be there too…{it’s not too late}

The trip to my parent’s place in AK is loooooong.  It takes about 16 hours to get there depending how all of the connections work out with two flights, 4ish hours of driving, a 3-hour ferry ride and a bit of waiting in between.  It’s always good to take along some projects and reading.  I threw in some linen cuffs that I could add some needle work to.

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July 28, 2011 - Posted by | Art Retreat, Boho Workshop

2 Comments »

  1. You are so Talented! I love seeing what you have created.

    Comment by Elaine Hicks | July 28, 2011 | Reply

  2. That looks soooo fun and very relaxing! Great way to redeem the time given only once!

    Comment by Kimberlee | August 5, 2011 | Reply


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