Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Sunday is a day for making friends.

It's been 2 days since the workshop, and I took the whole Monday to just rest in bed and refuel on energy. Workshops just drain me somehow, must be all the talking and getting psyched before the class.

It is time to share some photos from JY who kindly acted as both assistant and photographer during the workshop. ♥

I just realised that my mustard cropped top was all matchy-matchy with my yellow work tiles. Yup, that's me with that weird kissy expression.

Most of the workshop participants came alone, but it was really nice to see them chatting to each other like old friends, laughing at accidental flattening of baguettes, helping each other catch up on the sculpting.

I believe that at the end of the 3 hour workshop, most of them left having made friends, and that was very sweet to see. 

I learn something every workshop, and this time what I took away from Sunday, was to not engage in enthusiastic conversation along the drive to the location, so that we don't miss the expressway exit and miss out on lunch altogether. Haha.

Thankfully my (empty) stomach didn't complain too much and there wasn't a symphony of embarrassing growls happening.

A huge yay was that the workshop was totally packed, and it's always awesome to have full attendance.

The projector at the back was hooked up to the video camera I had live-recording my every movements on my worktile, so that all the participants had a good close-up view of what I was doing.

Got to thank JY again, for shopping with me for the elusive AV cable which I almost got conned into buying at 500% higher than the price for what I eventually bought it at. Tsk, I will always remember the uncle who almost got away with it, no thanks to my desperation.

Everyone's holding their little baskets of bread, though you can't really see it.

Once again, I was really impressed at my workshop participants' works! It was the first time crafting with polymer clay for most of them, but their steadiness at handling the chocolate drizzle, working with the crazy small raisins, making the indentations in the baguette, had me believe otherwise.

You guys were brilliant, hope to see all of you at the next workshop! ♥ 


  1. That looked like a lot of fun! :D Glad it was a success.

  2. SUch fun!! It looks amazing! Happy it turned out so well. Have a lovely merry happy week and love to you!

  3. what fun! it looks like it was a big success :)