You know, we call it a meeting but in truth it is an incredibly rejuvenating and productive time of creativity. The meetings are always generously sponsored. Today’s get-together took place at The Sewing Cafe in Georgetown, Ontario. Thank you to Linda and Anna for hosting us in their beautiful shop and providing the most delicious baked goods and coffee.
John Bead Corporation provided us with beautiful leathers and beads. Thank you Carmi Cimicata and Nancy Donaldson for the great workshops ( there were THREE in total)!
Westcott, once again sent each of us an amazing package of crafting tools including a paper trimmer, craft knife with refills, cutting mat and 2 pairs of scissors.
As November rolls around it is a reminder that I have been an active CHA member for almost one year. There have been 2 wonderfully inspiring and creatively mind-blowing weekend retreats, the CHA Mega Show, and quarterly meetings.
|Carmi, Kelly, Nancy and Christine introducing themselves to the group.|
I have made so many new friends and professional contacts, learned a gazillion new crafts and techniques, and the opportunities just keep rolling in.
|This is what I call a YELFIE. as in , I’m taking a picture of YOU. It’s Elizabeth and me taking photos of each other with our cell phones.|
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