Thursday, March 25, 2010

Julie Haymaker's Class at the Home of Terri Brush

It was so cool!  Terri's house is always gorgeous, and I can never get enough of it.  She and 11 others of us were together for a dinner party Friday night and I was able to stay for the class Saturday!  (Joy stayed too, but she was busy working on secret projects in another part of the house.  Joy and I mosied up to Chehalis on Friday (and when I say mosey, I mean junk/antique shopping) and it was so much fun!  I'll take pics of my cool junkin' deals to show you later!

Terri is one of the most generous people I've ever met.  Her creativity and art and hostessing talents are awesome!  Thank you, Terri for your hospitality and for making me a special part of the dinner party and for letting me stay in your lovely home again.  You're the best!

Julie's class was amazing, and I would love to take more classes from her again.  Thank you, Julie, you're a wonderful teacher!

It was beautiful, yummy and fun all rolled up into two days!  Hurray!  I'll show you the piece I made tomorrow (also meaning I'm out of batteries)...  Anyway, a dreamy dinner party and wonderful class at Terri's.  The women who go to the classes are so much fun and it is so inspiring to be in a great place with fun, like-minded women!

This is Julie's Sample of what everyone learned and made in Sunday's class!  Isn't it great?  They painted with rust!  loved every minute, and I learned so much!  I wish I could have stayed for the class the next day, but I had to get home so that we could travel back up North again to pick up the Beloved (our Grandson).  :)
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  1. Sheila.. i LOVED LOVED LOVED having you and Joy here! we MUST do it again... I will see you real soon at ART CAMP! wow thats approaching fast.. please take care of your arm and let me know how surgury goes.. Hugs and Kisses!!

  2. WOW, thanks for sharing your wonderful weekend, and those fabulous pictures! I can't wait to see the fruit of your labor!

  3. Gorgeous! And, it looks like so much fun. Sheila. with you there, I'm sure it was a blast! (Where is this- Oregon or elsewhere?) didn't catch that part

    best, Colette


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