CFFs – Crafting Friends Forever

Most of us enjoy working solo on our crafting just about any day, but working closely with a good friend makes things twice as fun! Recently a few ladies have gotten together in pairs to take some of our sessions. Some of these pairs have even come for sessions again and again. Someone should invent a new term: CFFs – Crafting Friends Forever, to describe these ladies who love to be crafty together. Here are a few of these buddies who have been with us over the summer.
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Mitra and Sheryl met at a workshop and became fast friends. They did few workshops together and here they are at a Quilling Me Softly session, chatting and working away.

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Here are Mitra’s finished cards all ready to go.

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Here are Sheryl’s cards all finished and ready for her to show off to her friends.

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Louise and Ceanlia are teachers working for the same school. Both of these ladies are quite crafty and agreed one day to come together at the shop. Lousie decoupaged a memory box for a dear pet and Ceanlia took the Memory Art Canvas Mixed Media session.

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Here’s Louise’s box all ready for doggie keepsakes and cherished photos.

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Ceanlia’s Memory Art Canvas was intended as a gift for her nephew, but we’re no longer sure if she’s going to give it. This turned out amazing! Note the discarded computer parts used as part of the embellishments.

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Maha and Hazel met at their MBA classes and Maha shared about our shop to Hazel. Sure enough, the two set up a date and time. They chose to learn the decoupage technique for a new surface that we have: woven items.

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Here are Maha’s (left) and Hazel’s (right) finished bags. Who wouldn’t want beautiful yet useful accessories like these for a day out?

Do you have a CFF or two who you have lots of fun crafting with? Why not come over and do a session together? Choose from one of our many In-shop Projects posted here on our blog, or drop by the shop to see what you can be up to on our workshop with your CFF.

Keep on creating, crafters!

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