What a way to end last week--with a Michelle Zindorf brayer class and what a way to begin a new week--with inspiration and obtainable brayer expectations---that is, after taking Michelle's class. I left Rockville, MD empowered. It appeared as though the time spent in class flew by. Three hours came and went. I guess that's what happens when you're having a good time. There were introductions and some instructions. Then there was the first card, then the second card, before you knew it, we were putting the finishing touches on our third card and bidding our fond farewells to Michelle and our host, Cathi. Most of us were ready to return home to begin to put our newly developed skills into action.
Above a few of the attendees in the classroom
Close-up lesson by Michelle before the class kicked into high gear
Cindy working in between projects
Michelle and I pose after class
Below are the cards I completed in class. The first did not come out as well as some other folkes in the class, but that isn't in reflextion on the instructor. I applied the various shades of blue in the wrong, order as a result, it effected look of my sky.
The shades of blue and the wolf itself brought a masculine feel to the next card. That's probably why this card was both my dad's and my son's favorite. I already hav an idea of what their birthday cards will look like.
Befitting for the occasion, the last card was a sunset card. This was my mother's favorite. She's prone to the earth tone colors. I love sunsets, so I couldn't help but to love this card.
I can't wait for you to see the types of sunsets and sunrises I have created with my purple sunsets, but first things first. Early this morning, I made the two cards below before leaving for church.
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