17 Sep 2013

this and that

Today I am going in to the American Womans Club Luxembourg clubhouse as I volunteer there from 12-3 to work at the front desk. The clubhouse is just an apartment but it is nice. We have a seating area for meetings and dvds and books for sale. We also sell groceries, american of course in the kitchen and have different activities going on in the back room. I participate in the quilting, volunteer at the front desk and have given crepe classes during the summer. This came up when I heard someone complaining we had no more bisquick for sale and they couldn't make pancakes. Horror, me being french pancakes are like second nature to me. I can make them blindfolded......... so I organised a few classes and it was great fun.

I made this card at a stamp camp with Jan aka nanjan a few years ago. I gave it to one of my friends for her 50th birthday and she loved it. No stamping which made a change and lots of peeloffs and glitter.


4 comments:

Maryann Laursen said...

Hi hun, I just saw, that you´d been active on your blog again, and it´s sooo nice to see, so now I guess, I better get back and check more often again. I couldn´t help laughing, when I read, you made classes in making pancakes, which is also something we can all do in our sleep almost, and I think the first all my kids has been able to make themself, as I hate to bake them, but we all just loves to eat them ha ha ha. And they´re so easy to make, but I also know, we did the same in the US last year, as they also loved our pancakes there and I taught them all how to make them themself too ha ha ha.
Soooo great to see you back here in blogland hun and I hope, you´ll get your love for crafting back again very soon too. I know, it happens now and then as I´ve been the same here all summer and just haven´t got much done at all, I´m afraid, but I can also feel how it begins to get back again, so hopefully we´ll both soon be creating full time again.
Have a wonderful day hun and lots of great fun.

Anne said...

We didn't make our crepes did we? I shall just have to come and visit!!!! I'll bring some soda bread and scones! Your card is incredibly delicate and pretty, such subtle hues and I love the way the dragonfly pops through the diamond. I am sure your friend still has it in a very safe place and admires it! Lovely work mon amie!
Bisous!

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

well this is just lovely Joanne, and of crepes coming right over now remember the ones at St Malo, they were soooo yummy!love Shaz in oz.x

MaryH said...

So very lovely. You really used your bits & pieces to make a stunning card. Love the colors, and have been reading some of your posts. How exciting to live in France, and I have no idea what the crepe class might be. Will be doing further reading, and hope you explain. Don't know how to video but hopefully another follower can help you. I just have to take pictures and try to explain something if I do it. (Usually if I know how it's done, it's probably an old technique I just stumbled upon and got all excited about. LOL) TFS & I'm glad you started a blog. And Thanks to Anne for posting your link. Hugs