Monday, November 12, 2012

Avalon Homestead Stamp Camp

The front which overlooks a gorgeous view of the hills around Toodyay.
As I promised here are a few pics of our stamp camp that Lynda Winfield organised. As I said before we all thoroughly enjoyed ourselves. The setting was just perfect and we had the whole place to ourselves which was great if you wanted to stay in your pj's. We were spoilt rotten with three course meals and desserts to die for. Peter and Delveen run the Homestead and are very caring and helpful. If you would like to see more of Avalon Homestead and what they have to offer then please go to their website from here.

There were little displays in the hallway in between each room.
This was Pat's and my room. Handmade patchwork in all rooms.
There were fifteen swaps in all with a project which was run by Lynda. All the cards were lovely. Some of them I have altered slightly and no disrespect to the owners of these cards. I am sure the other ladies were just as pleased as I was with the variety of cards we had. I have put a name to a few but so sorry as I cannot remember who did what. I should have written them down.
I do have a couple more to put on but I have not finished them as yet. Also need to put the project on here and I will as soon as I finish that one too. Have a browse and thanks for popping by:)

Pat Carr
Nola (adjusted)
Lynda Winfield
Margaret cased from Michelle Martin
Irene Winfield cased from SU Convention swap
This was the project that Lynda had lined up for us.
It was one of the demonstrations from Heartfelt Seminar in Perth.
 Its a Xmas Tag container made from a Clear Mount Stamp Case
from the SU Catalogue. Four for $9.95.
The inside of the Xmas Tag Container
This one I modified

Irene Winfield



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