"If I hadn't joined any women's organization, I could have made more creations every day".
That's the unreal conditional sentence. Hehehe.. Yes, I just did some review for the radio listeners on this lesson. I hope they do understand my explanation in the air. Last Monday was the 250th lesson. Can you imagine that I've been in the air for 250 times, not mentioning the quiz times? I love that job. I've been doing it for more than 5 years and I always have materials to teach. I thank The Lord for always giving me "hints" whenever I make a script.
Ok, that's about English Corner in the air. Now onto the CFAS Challenge. This fortnight, you have a chance to make Many Layers on your creation. This is what I do on the image given by Just Some Lines. So many adorable digis there. Check it out. I found this little girl with the gift box beside her and a cute "gug gug" inside the box.
Supplies: Just Some Line - Jessi and Gift , Hero Arts sentiment stamp, Copic Sketch markers
When I did the layering, I remember about the Papertole that my friend and I made some years ago when I was still in Kalimantan. Look at the pictures below. On the second picture, you can see the layers that we did; FIVE layers! It took almost a month to make this Papertole painting. But the result is awesome. I have another 2 Japanese ladies with this papertole, but I haven't framed them.
Ok, now onto the winner of CFAS bloghop, check here.
And in my blog, the winner of the clear stamp and some die cut is : Colleen; where the winner for the twines is : Gabriele, who timidly could guess my age.. (in my country, it's fine to know someone's age..). And a special gifts for my Indonesian friends: Farika and Yosephine who played along. Congratulations, ladies..
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