The workshop was for two days and I found it quite exciting to create something different than what I would typically make. We also worked with the Fimo Professional clay so was a good opportunity to see how I liked working with it. I have found that it does have it's uses and I like the fact that it was softer yet not too sticky even though the room was quite warm.
Bettina's style is unique and the class consisted of us constructing different beads using various techniques. These were the beads that I had made. They are pretty much in the similar colors as I wanted to maintain a theme and of course lime green and teals are my favorite.
|Beads I made in Bettina's class|
|Testing out how to arrange the beads I made in Bettina's workshop|
These are the beads Bettina demonstrated in the class and then created a necklace with them.
|Necklace Bettina made in class|
She then had us write our names on a piece of paper and my friend Joanne was the lucky duck to keep it!
|Joanne (left) with Bettina (right)|
I am so glad that Bettina and her family chose to come to Canada for a vacation and I hope they enjoyed their travels as much as we enjoyed her class! We really appreciated that they were willing to share her with us while they were here.
And of course a big thank-you to Barb Alexander and Irene Corman for all the work that they put into planning and preparing such a wonderful time!