So instead of 10 people at the class, there were only 4 of us, counting me. That was fine though, really. For my very first teaching gig, 3 students were plenty. April generously allowed us to have the class in her house (Thanks, April!) and we had plenty of room on her big table. She also put out snacks, and one of the other students, Charlene also brought some banana bread. Good snacks! Thanks!
What does the above photo have to do with a journal making class you might ask? I'm just showing you what we woke up to on the morning of the class. Snow! It probably doesn't look like much to you people who are used to snow but around here, things grind to a halt when it arrives. Practically, anyway.
We all intend to do more work on them at home, I'll show you mine later after I finish embellishing it. For now it looks pretty boring. I think everyone is jazzed about the possibilities of these simple books. Easy to make as gifts or for yourself. I'll show some books I have made in another post, some of them I have posted before.
Thanks to April for hosting, Cathy for coming the longest way (clear from Portland!) and to Charlene for attending (and bringing snacks! don't forget about the snacks!). Maybe we will do it again after the weather is better so those people who had wanted to come can do so. Until then,