Friday, 18 September 2015

Where I've been

For the past two weekends I've been in one of the most beautiful parts of the world. Up in Noosa in Queensland. The first workshop was printing paper and fabric them making the prints into a journal. That was in Noosa, the second workshop was my fabric journal in Gympie. Lovely students and great creativity on both occasions. I had five days off in-between to laze in the sun and on the beach, as well of lots of shopping.


seed pod printing on the Gelli® plate


this time printing leaves


printed pages in the finished book



where we stayed, such beautiful gardens


Noosa by night, magical, most of the trees down the street have fairy lights


a piece I'm hand stitching to turn into a bag, it's a great project for when you have to fly


my favourite bead shop in the world


just a small selection of what they sell, needless to say I didn't come home empty handed



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8 comments:

Heather said...

Wonderful prints and pages, and that resort looks beautiful. Glad you had time to relax a bit between courses. I must play with my Gelli plate but there are always so many other things to do.

Penny said...

Love that bead shop.

Jo Murray said...

Don't know how I missed all this goodness. Noosa is only 40 mins from me. Love those seed pod prints. Am getting out the Gelli plate NOW!

Sue Marrazzo said...

Thanks for sharing, Ro!

Chyfey said...

And a brilliant time was had by those at the Noosa workshop,thank you Ro so much for come up to Queensland.My journal is stitched and Im now playing with it to record my weeks holiday at the beach and your weekend workshop.

Chris Gray said...

Lovely Gelli prints...

...and I bet you enjoyed that bead shop!!

x C

Win Dinn said...

Lovely to see what you've been up to, Ro - I've been missing your posts. Loving those Gelli prints and I must say, I'm envious of your seed pods! xo

Elizabeth said...

If I had to describe you in a few words- one would simply NOT do- I would say creative generous and Bohemian!!! You are such an amazing inspiration!! I love your new jewelry pieces and I would probably not be able to leave that lovely little bead shop!!