Thursday, 9 February 2012

Do as I say not as I do

While I've been redecorating my kitchen tiles with pomegranate juice

("that's not a fruit, that's an autopsy": Mr Gonecycling)

colour-coordinating my lunches

rummaging around in charity shops finding a pirate costume for a 10 year old

and stitching away at my little procrastination project

my students have been a bit more productive, so I thought it was high time I shared some of their fantastic work.  It truly puts me to shame...

Carole has whipped up a cuff (sorry the photo is a bit blurry)

a bookmark

a seascape

and a rather magnificent landscape

And so has Jane!

And Jane also cunningly saved and used her offcuts to make this delicate beaded piece of work

The others have done magnificent things as well, but either have the "lurgy" and didn't make the last class, or haven't yet given me permission to post their work....and I'm too shy to ask again! 

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  1. The landscapes are gorgeous ......... very inspirational!!

  2. made me chuckle :-) And your orange lunch inspired me; maybe I'll have a green one today (need to finish off my broccoli soup)
    Your students have produced some fabulous work.....must be the teaching :-)

  3. Ooh, lovely work!


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