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YnysMon

Stained Glass Lessons - A New Adventure

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Ooh, and I forgot to say that I’ve signed up for next term, and even better,  persuaded my Graham to sign up too! 

 

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6 minutes ago, YnysMon said:

Lol...I know other people will know what I meant Jay!

I'm sorry Helen, I'm enjoying your lessons very much, but I just have silly comment issues :default_sad:

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I know that only too well Jay!!

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Ok, I'm stepping away from your lovely thread now Helen. I'm sorry :default_smile:

On 06/06/2018 at 21:44, YnysMon said:

Umm...ocassionally you lot remind me of the Fintstones...

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Umm, which Flintstone was I though??? :default_biggrin:

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Another very interesting instalment Helen. Looking forward to hearing how your design between the pieces of glass works out. It looked lovely, very eye catching. Great that you can go back to learn more ... and taking Graham with you. :)

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10 hours ago, Jayfire said:

Ok, I'm stepping away from your lovely thread now Helen. I'm sorry :default_smile:

Umm, which Flintstone was I though??? :default_biggrin:

Bamm Bamm - or Dino maybe. :default_biggrin:

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I’ve been a bit under the weather this week and was disappointed not to be able to make it to the class yesterday, especially as it was the final class for this term. Still, I’m looking forward to next term’s classes that start up mid-January. Graham popped to the Education Centre after work today and picked up the two pieces that I made last week. There was the ‘inclusion’ which was a copper foil bird and cherry-red frit...1B592871-9D5F-423E-BC68-7ACDE0A7F809.thumb.jpeg.4b17a8189a9d1a9252b9bd2df0b3a399.jpegand also my first attempt at ‘kiln-carving’.

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Ooh very nice Helen. Very creative of you. :default_icon_clap:

See I can stay on topic :default_wink:

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Great work Helen

 

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Shame you missed the class Helen but great to see how your work turned out. Well done you! Looking forward to the next term's updates in the new year. :)

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