Saturday, 26 September 2009

Ally Pally Day 1

Well finally it arrived. Ally Pally. YAY

The "Marks" were ready. Lin's Mark on the left, and my Mark on the right.
Twins?? - Just like Lin and I have interests in common, the Mark's both enjoy photography and are pretty good at building stuff, and computesr, so they happily chatted all day when they could!. I think they quite enjoyed themselves.

The stand was ready

Lin (left) and Leandra (right) were ready

The aisles were empty waiting for people to come in.

And the Archies and B-Line inchies were waiting for new homes.

Some of the PaperArtsy Squiggly Ink stamps.

Demo tables before they got messy!

Sheila was the first person to nab an Archie! She was thrilled! As were all the Archie owners!
I didn't get to photograph you all, but these people were more than happy to let me get clicky!


Karen and Michele

Helen and Kay

Carol and Angela
All got Archies!

Onto the demos. 

Viva ferro with pink and purple paints on top...yes !!! Pink AND purple...me!! With a touch of gold! Quite like it actually! Tomorrow Lin get to use the purples and pinks all day!!!

Here is one of the new fob watches with a ridge puffed out to give some texture.
The background is distress inks in Aged Mahogany and Vintage Photo, sprayed with scarlet and tattered leather glimmers, with some marshmellow. The marshmellow Glimmer Mist is opaque with a very sparkly sparkle, almost holographic!, it tones down the darkness of the other dark shades making it easier to stamp on top. We love it!

Here is a similar thing, this time the quote was embossed with clear EP, the clock is on pearl metal and sprayed with walnut gold and creme de cocoa. The other little copper bits are parts of one of the larger grid stamps chopped up and added as bellies.

A UTEE'd clock, stamped flowers and copper clock embellishments.

Another distress ink background with copper clock embellishments.

Another distress ink BG with a stencil accent, stamped and embellished with pearl metal. The wings and small circle on the clock are all puffed out.

A close up of the clock.

Christmas Elf stamped on Rum and Raisin papers. Glossy accent highlights.

Sticky backed canvas on an arch, terra at the edges with Viva paints, and copper clock and accents.

Check out Lin's blog for more of what she did today too!
And we hope to see more of your for the Sunday Archie's on offer.

14 comments:

Helen said...

Wow! that was quick work. Well done - althought I don't like my piccy (that's why my blog is photo-less....) but thanks again for some FAB ideas. Too exhausted to play tonight, although I have blogged my day! See you again soon.xx

Linda Elbourne said...

Everything looked fab!

IsaNorris said...

Everything looks fab! wish I had been there
isax

Sid said...

Fantastic pieces of art, what a great show. Wish I too had been there !

joanne wardle said...

I can see some of my samples on the stand... that's so cool!!
really wish I could be there!

mummymoo said...

Arggghhhhh everything you do is just sooo inspiring!! I love the clocks and the metal work - just FAB!!

Ang said...

Wow, can't believe you had time to blog today. Love my Archie, have a great day today. xx

Paula said...

Love all the samples....like everyone else...I wish I could have been there too!

kjjc said...

thank you for my Archie we had a fab day. Admittedly it was spent mostly on your stand as the Marks will testify.But it was great-great demos and great products-the new clocks are just brilliant.(Not bad photo either-lol)

Carol said...

Yummy makes have sent a messenger to say HI today ....

Glad you and Lin had a great time
NOW ONTO day 2 lol

Anonymous said...

Love the demos - particularly the clock with the puffed up ridge! Very effective.

Anonymous said...

What a beautiful examples for the time stamps. And yes, lots of smiling people with their Archie.
Margriet

Suze said...

I want an Archie too !
with glitter!

but..instead I'll send you & Lin a huge hug (The Marks too)

Faerielore said...

Ally Pally was FAB thanks for the fab demos girls, although im so upset there were no archies left for me :( although i did manage to grab some beautiful bricks and mortar rubber YAY :) xxxx

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