THE SPICE CUPBOARD at THE CINNAMON STICK

THE SPICE CUPBOARD at THE CINNAMON STICK
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Thursday - Saturday 10 am to 4 pm
Sunday - 12 pm to 4 pm
CLOSED- Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday

Sunday, August 21, 2011

WOOL FEATHER TREE CLASS FUN!!

Yesterday we had the first Wool Feather Tree class of the season...made from black wool for Halloween!  It seems the best customers and most creative gals come to our classes  cause they certainly made the day fun!
Here are a couple pics to share with you - more on our PT!!
We start with nice clean tables - organized and ready to go...
..and then the fun begins!!
..concentraing, snipping and twirling - (you have to take a class and see what all that is about!)
 ...more snipping and twirling and Amy is ALREADY gluing...!
...gets very quiet when everyone is working...
..on to the ornaments...forgot to get good pictures (I was having too much fun)...this is Kim's cone that she put a punch out of a spider in...she made it so when you pulled the string the spider popped up....toooooo cool!!
...rosettes to hang on the tree..
Joanne usually "hooks" a couple tree skirts for the trees and sells them....she made two and both are sold!
Everyone had a fun time - and when I was downstairs they CLEANED everything up ( and we do make messes)....Thank you girls....but that is certainly not necessary (see I have the bestest customers)!!!
Join us for one of our classes sometime...we quarantee a fun time!

4 comments:

Kathy (woolfind) said...

All those girls looked like they were having fun! And how tidy ;)!
Glad it all went well!

DJ's Farmette said...

What a cozy place to spend the day making a feather tree! Joanne is a great teacher! I would love to come to the cinnamon stick for a class one day!

Joanne said...

That Amy - show off! LOL! A great day with great people!

Kerri Arthur said...

MAN!
You girls look like you had a BALL!

I REALLY want to learn how to do that, have you thought about a webinar or something so us out of towers could get in on the learnin'

I would LOVE that!

Hugs!
Kerri