30 August 2008


Another month has passed and Liesl got her ladies club off to try their hand at mosaicing. The venue was Craft Cottage in Fourways, Gauteng. Once again all the ladies enjoyed creating their master pieces and the enthusiasm was running high, whilst everyone was of course catching up on who has a boyfriend, who is looking for a boyfriend, who has been on date with a boyfriend and whose husbands are behaving or not.
I have to complement Craft Cottage's staff who has been soooo helpful and friendly, assisting each and everyone of us in chopping our tiles up to any sizes/shapes we requested. For those of you have done mosaicing would know that using the tile cutters to chop your required shapes is probably the hardest aspect of this craft. So here is a visual account of all the creativity that was buzzing around.
Liesl fighting with the cutters.

Louise fitting that perfect piece to the puzzle.

Michelle solving the Chinese Mystery.

And this is yours truly (below) hard at work ... see the smoke above my head ... that's all the concentration.

It has already filled a spot in Conroy's book cabinet in the study.
- All framed out signing off


  1. It looks beautiful, I'm sure it has a proud place in your home for sure...

  2. Ooh it's amazing Desire, looks like a fab day was had by all!
    hugs Bev x

  3. Anonymous7:50 AM

    Jou raam is pragtig, ek hou van die patroon en kleure

  4. That is stunning. Sounds like you all had loads of fun and something to show for it!!

  5. Anonymous5:00 AM

    Those frames are fabulous! Thanks for the sweet comment at my blog :)

  6. I wish I was there with you, looks like you all had a good time! I love the end result! Well done

  7. Anonymous6:47 AM

    Ai dis iets wat ek dink ek ook sal geniet. Dis so mooi Desire.

  8. So beautiful and you all looked like you were having so much fun

  9. Wow, I love the mosaic class. Very nice, messy, but nice.


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