Yesterday I came back from Munich where I taught 3 fun workshops at Scrappies. If you wonder why this Blog post is called YarnSausage – well…you know…even in the same country there are differences in food on the menu and if you read “Wollwürste” which I literally translate into Yarn Sausages then you can’t but raise an eyebrow and ask “Ahem…so….what is this”. Sweet Sandra tried to sell those to me like this “ohhhh those are yummie, yarn sausages…they taste like….yarn”…ok…ahhhaaa…oh well..you know what…I ordered something else LOL ;)
It was so much fun to come back after the workshops in April and I loved seeing so many familiar faces and a couple new ones. Thank you again all my wonderful welcoming students and also to Sandra and Gabi- you girls are amazing and I love your store!
Here are some pictures of the first Workshop “Chalk on the Wild Side”
Loved how the students played with the PanPastels and Prima Fluid Chalks
Saturdays we had first the Portrait of a Lady Class – I can never get enough of the results and how the students just take it and create fun and unique portraits! They had a lot of fun using the Derwent Artbars, which Scrappies has stocked in their store too.
and I so loved this portrait of a boy
the last workshop was “Tag You Are it” – lot’s of PanPastel techniques
Here is a group photo but some are missing
It went by so fast and I miss the fun girls already…but rumor has it…it might not be for too too long ;)
Sunday morning I was woken up by a cup of tea again- thank you Sandra for such a wonderful time again in your house and all the sweet things you did for me. We went out for a long walk through the foggy forest.
Pretty hard to do some decent pictures with the phone in this fog but I really enjoyed this os much – I love being in the city but I miss the nature like this sometimes, as they are somehow no real seasons in a city.
Now back to yarn sausages…what kind of “funny” food is there name wise in the country you come from ?
Have a wonderful start into your week!!!