Saturday, May 5, 2018
I.A.D.C.C.T. Cyberflyer Chapter
Regional Education Program
We did the Make-n-Bake-n-Take Friday night, taught by a Duncan instructor. Then Saturday there were two Cyberflyer teachers; Sunday two more Cyberflyer teachers, and David’s class on Monday. We did a total of six projects and were kept busy in the evenings as well. That is why you haven’t seen any posts — we didn’t have time!
Lace Ice Cream Bowl
Saturday morning we did a lace pattern with roses in the short ice cream bowl, using EZ strokes over a matt glaze. Our instructor was Marge Quick. This is the same bowl I posted to make “base bowls” out of.
[Marge may be coming to our studio from Alaska in August. She has to check her schedule. Watch for more information after I hear back from her. She is a Duncan Ambassador and an excellent teacher!]
Saturday afternoon we did a kite scene on a trivet. We used concepts (including sprinkles on the path), masking tape (two different sizes), contact paper (for the kites), and shimmers (on the flowers). Dru Woodward taught this class. (Can’t find pictures of our projects but they are here somewhere! LOL)
[Dru will be coming to our studio from Florida to teach Essentials I & II on Saturday, July 7th and a FUN piggy bank sand-painting workshop on Sunday, July 8th, The Essentials classes are full but you can still sign up for the piggy bank.]
Saturday evening most of us went to Roger Rocka’s Dinner Theater in Fresno to see Mamma Mia! Picture-taking during the show was prohibited due to licensing but here are pictures of our group.
Both of these projects are interesting new techniques that everyone can learn to do. So often people don’t sign up for a workshop because they think it is too hard. Come on out and challenge yourself. These are FUN projects.