Saturday, September 10, 2016

Thursday Club

Hi there... 

The school term has started again here in the UK and that also means that the craft class I run at
Thursday Club (a club for mental and physically challenge adults) has started too.

Everyone is always excited to be back, seeing their friends and it means that I have craft projects to come up with and prepare....

Many of you have asked me to share what we make so here's what I came up with this week


A wall hanging, and given that we prepare at least 22 of them you can work out that 66 of those frames need to be cut... Not my favourite job so Pat kindly cut the frames and 22 cityscapes whilst I cut the cardstock, do the design, the graphics and the little things that I can cut on the Cameo 


I coloured all the little boats and stamped and cut the sentiments too.

Together Pat and I put everything they need to complete the project into an envelope... 22 envelopes, You can guarantee that halfway through the class you'll hear cries of "I haven't got a plane... I haven't got stars...etc.." 
They're either on the floor or stuck to something or someone else... Often the boat will be in the middle of the hills and the plane in the sea Lol!... It's hard work ... VERY hard work but such fun...

Ok so that's it for now ... I'll be back tomorrow with my photos for Our Beautiful World 

Have a great weekend

~ Ros ~




10 comments:

Sue Lelli said...

Very hard work but such a wonderful thing to do for them, Ros! You are such a special part of their lives and the project is GORGEOUS!!!

Leslie Miller said...

I always enjoy seeing your class projects, and I'm amazed every time at how detailed they are. I can imagine how the class goes... Hope you take extra parts. This is a pretty WOW project, Ros!

Mac Mable said...

Every admiration ..you have a lot of patience. I bet it's so rewarding and your wall hanging is fabulous. So much hard work in the preparation and how do you come up with these fabulous projects? xxx

Mona Pendleton said...

Wow Ros! What a wonderful trio of projects! All the details are amazing! Each little scene is wonderful! What a fun and great thing to be involved in! So inspiring!

Stella said...

I am impressed reading your post and find out what you and Pat prepared for the Thursday club. It's so time consuming but I think you did an amazing job. The people at the club must have been thrilled. All three desgins are lovely; my favorite is the one with the city scape. Wow!
XXX

Marina said...

What a fabulous project - one that anyone would be proud to make but that must give even more of a sense of achievement to those with more challenges.

Kirsty Vittetoe said...

Cool projects for the Thursday club!

Sylvia said...

Great projects, Ros, you are one special lady! I've been busy too! Hope you have a good Monday!

Barbara said...

Such a great project - and as usual I can't believe all the work you put in there! They must all love you for sure.

Greta said...

That is one lucky group of folks! You come up with such incredible projects for them, Ros, & this is one of my favorites! They'd get something much simpler if it was up to me--you're incredibly creative with these sweet scenes made into a wall hanging!

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