This Past Saturday

Inside the front room of Whimzy
This past Saturday I taught still ANOTHER charm necklace workshop at Whimzy.  These workshops have been so popular.

Saturday's workshop was a small one - three in attendance.  It was really nice to be able to sit  and teach and even create a few charms myself for some necklaces I've been working on for an upcoming Holiday Bazaar at my friend Linda's home December 3rd and 4th.
Love these party crowns & hats!

Here are a few photos of Whimzy and Nancy McKinney, Lisa Coppini (her very first workshop!) and Jane Paquin.  

Thank you ladies for coming out and spending a few creative hours with me.  And thank you Whimzy for continuing to have me teach at your store!  *smiles*.
Christmas in the backroom of Whimzy

Nancy looking at the charm she created using a photo of her sister and her when they were little girls
another view of the front room at Whimzy

Lisa working on her necklace
Lisa sporting her Halloween shirt and completed charm necklace

Jane stopping briefly to give me her e-mail address
And before I go, I just HAVE to show you my three Paradise Found roses that bloomed last week.  I cut them and brought them in after taking this photo and you cannot BELIEVE the scent these three roses gave off in my bedroom!  Oooooooooh so nice.
Paradise Found roses


Myra said...

Glad to see you're out and about doing something you love (teaching your craft)!! The roses are gorgeous. Sending hugs.

Helen said...

Yes, it is great to see you back taking workshops - this looks like a lot of fun. your roses look lovely, I can almost smell them from here.....

jerseytjej said...

I never had fragrant roses...not really strong ones as pretty at these! I would love to take classes in person with you and Kc...if only I were on the right side of the ocean,sigh!

Linda Ledbetter said...

What a fun time! I love small classes like that-- you can really get to know the students and the atmosphere is more like just hanging out with the girls! Everyone looks like they're having a blast!

Wow! Those roses! I can almost smell their sweet fragrance from here.

Brenda said...

Beautiful roses, I love the way those uncovered books look in the background. Did you ever do anything with the covers? Well, you have been kind of busy haven't you?? Glad to read about the doc change. They can be so intimidating.

Terri Kahrs said...

What a nice, intimate class!!! So good to see you "arting" again, Sherry! And those roses!!!! How luscious!!! Just the ticket to make anyone feel better!!! Hugs, Terri xoxox

paperqueen said...

I love reading that you're teaching again, and who wouldn't want to make charms with you????
I'm more of a peony person than rose, but those are beauties!
Have a wonderful week!

Terry said...

More fun and personal in a smaller class! Those roses are perfection and I am sure just scented your bedroom so delicately! Have a great week! Hugs!

Lori said...

Sounds like a fun class, Sherry, and those roses are BEAUTIFUL!

Sue said...

I'm not surprised that these charm necklace workshops are so popular....they are so amazing. Fun to see pics Sherry, thanks for sharing.