Friday afternoon, just minutes after I told you I would be gone, I jumped in my car, loaded with my gallery of show and tell, supplies, and a little case of necessaries which did include my coffee creamer and prunes. I raced down the highway exactly 107 miles to a delightful destination in the Texas piney woods. For I had been invited to Camp Turlington. Camp T was not new to Deryn.
Truth be told, I pretty much invited myself or begged for an invitation. This was only my second face to face encounter with a blogger. I didn't know them and they didn't know me. We leaped together with faith. We all three landed on the finish line with joy in our heart.
I don't have to process the weekend in order to tell you about it. I processed it from moment to moment right there in the moment. I will however, need more time.
Very quickly, I will tell you that one of our projects was to make a journal that we can add pages to. Our covers were made with old book covers and I wanted my book to be big so I used the huge book that I found in April of 2007. at Antique Alley. It had been waiting all this time for Camp T. I took the pages out and shared some with Deryn and Sally. I prepped my pages shown above with a bit of wallpaper down the side to receive the eyelets.
For now, that's all I have time to share of my ART marathon weekend. We haven't even turned the first corner.
Thank you Sally and Deryn.