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Don’t miss out! Early bird tickets for Special Linocut workshop with Angela Lai Yen

Don’t miss out! Angela is running a one off special Linocut workshop on Sunday 21 July 2019

Tickets are £80 for the day including lunch and all materials!!

But… EARLY BIRD TICKETS ARE JUST £70 if you book before 8 June 2019… 

Call 01373 464437 or book online here!

 

Come and learn the process of Linocut from start to finish with local printmaker Angela Lai yen.

  • You will begin with ‘drawing’ plants and floral from still life before developing your design ready for print.
  • You will learn to transfer your design on lino,
  • and how to carve lino safely!
  • and how to print by hand pressure and rollers

Design will be 12cm x 12cm so please feel free to bring extra paper cards etc you would like to print onto

You will receive a glass of Prosecco on arrival, an introduction and then on with the day, led by Angela Lai Yen.  There will be a short break for lunch (provided) and then back to an afternoon for more printing.

includes all materials, welcome drink, lunch, tea or coffee.

*over 18 years old

Space is limited

This is a one off class

10.30 -5.30

£80

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Altered Journal Club with Gingergirl

Gaynor (gingergirlmakes) is a mixed media artist who creatively uses a wide mix of materials to create something personal and beautiful.

This new weekly Wednesday club will give Gaynor a chance to guide you through creating a journal for your memories.
Bring along Tickets, photos, whatever you like using.

Old papers, stamps, sketches and text to embellish.

Starts Wednesday 5th June 2019 6-8pm

£15 per session or 3 for £36

*Please contact the shop to book future dates if not shown on website*

      

We will let ‘Gingergirl’ herself explain the journals..

“We are taking a previously loved book and altering it by using photos, various papers, printed text, postage stamps, tickets and any other emphemera. The theme can be memories, ( I’ve done mine on childhood memories and stories my mother told me) or it could be a travel journal, a baby book, a scrapbook of things worth keeping. The journals can be glued and stitched into. No previous experience of making will be required as everyone’s journal will be completely different. It’s important that everybody brings a stash of their own personal stuff otherwise it won’t work! Also, it will be a work in progress. I add to mine all the time! If anyone wanted to bring a proper bound new sketchbook instead of using one of my old books, that’s fine. I’ve been making and collaging for about ten years now. I mainly create things for presents, pictures and collages and I make cards to sell. I have only recently started to make again after a couple of years of ill health, it has been a life saver at times and I would highly recommend it!

Altered Journal Club with Gingergirl

Gaynor (gingergirlmakes) is a mixed media artist who creatively uses a wide mix of materials to create something personal and beautiful.

This new weekly Wednesday club will give Gaynor a chance to guide you through creating a journal for your memories.
Bring along Tickets, photos, whatever you like using.

Old papers, stamps, sketches and text to embellish.

Starts Wednesday 5th June 2019 6-8pm

£15 per session or 3 for £36

*Please contact the shop to book future dates if not shown on website*

      

We will let ‘Gingergirl’ herself explain the journals..

“We are taking a previously loved book and altering it by using photos, various papers, printed text, postage stamps, tickets and any other emphemera. The theme can be memories, ( I’ve done mine on childhood memories and stories my mother told me) or it could be a travel journal, a baby book, a scrapbook of things worth keeping. The journals can be glued and stitched into. No previous experience of making will be required as everyone’s journal will be completely different. It’s important that everybody brings a stash of their own personal stuff otherwise it won’t work! Also, it will be a work in progress. I add to mine all the time! If anyone wanted to bring a proper bound new sketchbook instead of using one of my old books, that’s fine. I’ve been making and collaging for about ten years now. I mainly create things for presents, pictures and collages and I make cards to sell. I have only recently started to make again after a couple of years of ill health, it has been a life saver at times and I would highly recommend it!

Altered Journal Club with Gingergirl

Gaynor (gingergirlmakes) is a mixed media artist who creatively uses a wide mix of materials to create something personal and beautiful.

This new weekly Wednesday club will give Gaynor a chance to guide you through creating a journal for your memories.
Bring along Tickets, photos, whatever you like using.

Old papers, stamps, sketches and text to embellish.

Starts Wednesday 5th June 2019 6-8pm

£15 per session or 3 for £36

*Please contact the shop to book future dates if not shown on website*

      

We will let ‘Gingergirl’ herself explain the journals..

“We are taking a previously loved book and altering it by using photos, various papers, printed text, postage stamps, tickets and any other emphemera. The theme can be memories, ( I’ve done mine on childhood memories and stories my mother told me) or it could be a travel journal, a baby book, a scrapbook of things worth keeping. The journals can be glued and stitched into. No previous experience of making will be required as everyone’s journal will be completely different. It’s important that everybody brings a stash of their own personal stuff otherwise it won’t work! Also, it will be a work in progress. I add to mine all the time! If anyone wanted to bring a proper bound new sketchbook instead of using one of my old books, that’s fine. I’ve been making and collaging for about ten years now. I mainly create things for presents, pictures and collages and I make cards to sell. I have only recently started to make again after a couple of years of ill health, it has been a life saver at times and I would highly recommend it!

Altered Journal Club with Gingergirl

Gaynor (gingergirlmakes) is a mixed media artist who creatively uses a wide mix of materials to create something personal and beautiful.

This new weekly Wednesday club will give Gaynor a chance to guide you through creating a journal for your memories.
Bring along Tickets, photos, whatever you like using.

Old papers, stamps, sketches and text to embellish.

Starts Wednesday 5th June 2019 6-8pm

£15 per session or 3 for £36

      

We will let ‘Gingergirl’ herself explain the journals..

“We are taking a previously loved book and altering it by using photos, various papers, printed text, postage stamps, tickets and any other emphemera. The theme can be memories, ( I’ve done mine on childhood memories and stories my mother told me) or it could be a travel journal, a baby book, a scrapbook of things worth keeping. The journals can be glued and stitched into. No previous experience of making will be required as everyone’s journal will be completely different. It’s important that everybody brings a stash of their own personal stuff otherwise it won’t work! Also, it will be a work in progress. I add to mine all the time! If anyone wanted to bring a proper bound new sketchbook instead of using one of my old books, that’s fine. I’ve been making and collaging for about ten years now. I mainly create things for presents, pictures and collages and I make cards to sell. I have only recently started to make again after a couple of years of ill health, it has been a life saver at times and I would highly recommend it!

Altered Journal Club with Gingergirl

Gaynor (gingergirlmakes) is a mixed media artist who creatively uses a wide mix of materials to create something personal and beautiful.

This new weekly Wednesday club will give Gaynor a chance to guide you through creating a journal for your memories.
Bring along Tickets, photos, whatever you like using.

Old papers, stamps, sketches and text to embellish.

Starts Wednesday 5th June 2019 6-8pm

£15 per session or 3 for £36

*Please contact the shop to book future dates if not shown on website*

      

We will let ‘Gingergirl’ herself explain the journals..

“We are taking a previously loved book and altering it by using photos, various papers, printed text, postage stamps, tickets and any other emphemera. The theme can be memories, ( I’ve done mine on childhood memories and stories my mother told me) or it could be a travel journal, a baby book, a scrapbook of things worth keeping. The journals can be glued and stitched into. No previous experience of making will be required as everyone’s journal will be completely different. It’s important that everybody brings a stash of their own personal stuff otherwise it won’t work! Also, it will be a work in progress. I add to mine all the time! If anyone wanted to bring a proper bound new sketchbook instead of using one of my old books, that’s fine. I’ve been making and collaging for about ten years now. I mainly create things for presents, pictures and collages and I make cards to sell. I have only recently started to make again after a couple of years of ill health, it has been a life saver at times and I would highly recommend it!

Altered Journal Club with Gingergirl

Gaynor (gingergirlmakes) is a mixed media artist who creatively uses a wide mix of materials to create something personal and beautiful.

This new weekly Wednesday club will give Gaynor a chance to guide you through creating a journal for your memories.
Bring along Tickets, photos, whatever you like using.

Old papers, stamps, sketches and text to embellish.

Starts Wednesday 5th June 2019 6-8pm

£15 per session or 3 for £36

*Please contact the shop to book future dates if not shown on website*

      

We will let ‘Gingergirl’ herself explain the journals..

“We are taking a previously loved book and altering it by using photos, various papers, printed text, postage stamps, tickets and any other emphemera. The theme can be memories, ( I’ve done mine on childhood memories and stories my mother told me) or it could be a travel journal, a baby book, a scrapbook of things worth keeping. The journals can be glued and stitched into. No previous experience of making will be required as everyone’s journal will be completely different. It’s important that everybody brings a stash of their own personal stuff otherwise it won’t work! Also, it will be a work in progress. I add to mine all the time! If anyone wanted to bring a proper bound new sketchbook instead of using one of my old books, that’s fine. I’ve been making and collaging for about ten years now. I mainly create things for presents, pictures and collages and I make cards to sell. I have only recently started to make again after a couple of years of ill health, it has been a life saver at times and I would highly recommend it!