Sunday, November 22, 2009

Cornerstone Craft Club - Week Two

The boss had a creative moment the other day and suggested that our craft club be called C cubed.  I would type it here in math-ese if I knew how.  So just imagine what it looks like until I do.  Anyway, Friday night was once again filled with women overdosing on creativity.  The tables and countertops were a bit in the over-stimulating category with supplies that seemed to grow exponentially throughout the night.  Enjoy!
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I think everyone is trying to figure out where to start.  It was a bit overwhelming when you saw all the supplies.
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Of course, the math teacher had a plan.  And she stuck to it, by golly.
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And there was the one who stuck to bird making.
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I am very curious to find out who actually completes this project.  Most completed six to eight magnets.  Daughter Kelly and I are proud--in a good way--to say that ours are done before the first of December.  Amazing since I haven't finished reading the Advent book that I started with the children last year.

Mine (below) is on a cookie sheet painted with chalk board paint.  I will probably draw (with chalk) a loose grid on the tray to begin, knowing that it will be impossible to keep my designs in the squares.  And I probably will redo a few when I actually unpack my Christmas decorations and uncover some sentimental ornaments.

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Kelly will do her countdown on her kitchen cabinet door.  Since she resides in the part of the house with the original kitchen, she has the real vintage theme going on.
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4 comments:

Ivo Serentha and Friends said...

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Dianna said...

A club get together making crafts would be fun. I'm sure there are a lot of shared ideas.

I like looking at all the home decorating sites, they keep me inspired.

Morning T said...

I love how your cookie sheet magnet board turned out! What a great idea and such incredible detail.
Happy turkey day to you and your family. :-)

Jan @ bobbypinsboardwalk said...

That table reminds me of mine in my craft room. It can be a bit too much sometimes. I love what everyone came up with. What a lot of fun just to get together and craft!!!