Well, quite a lot of you asked. So now I've finished dithering and such, here is the LO I was working on yesterday. There's a tag behind the photo on the left (which is why there's a bunch of ribbon sticking out of the top of it. I gave the photo and extra 'topping' of the mat paper to prevent it being too damaged by the tag being over zealously returned.
The main interest really is that this paper is from a new line by Kaiser Craft called 'Forget me Not' and it's really very nice. Indeed, I had to have the collection pack instead of the individual sheets. I suspect that I will replace the two sheets that this LO has taken too, I can feel the need welling up in me. This LO is actually to illustrate the first scrapbook 'know how' session that I'm conducting at Kraft Crazy next month. My thinking is that it's a difficult thing to 'teach'.so I'm providing notes and a glossary, and a couple of different styles of LO for people to have a go at. When I first started scrapbooking, these large patterns and corner placements frightened me to death. Now I find them useful for a quick LO. And the second LO will be a much plainer affair with some splodges and inking occuring....nothing like a contrast when you try out new stuff! What do you think - in terms of a workshop - helpful or just hideously confusing? Don't be too honest, I might cry.