Sunday, October 14, 2012

Wicked Tea (Paper Cowgirl Event)

Paper Cowgirl Wicked Tea was this weekend in Waxahachie, TX. It was fun again this year! Cindy Mayfield did a wonderful job of organizing the event.

candy bar table
triptych samples
pumpkin or moon queen sample
samples

 
 
Kristi Day organized a mask swap. This was the mask I created and I packaged it in this box all tied up with the skeleton and tulle bow.


 Our first class on Friday was The Pumpkin Queen taught by Cindy Mayfield. I really can't paint that well and especially not faces but did OK with my Queen face.
my pumpkin queen

me and Binky Morgan
 Our second class for the day was a Halloween Queen Crown taught by Binky Morgan. This lady is wonderful! Loved her outfit and sooo creative it is unreal! Check out her blog http://binkylafaye.blogspot.com/ She rocks! Her class kit was cute and whimsical!

Binky's class kit
Kristi in her crown
Marys and my crowns
me and Patty



 We went to dinner at the Catfish Plantation on Friday evening. Place is haunted but we didn't see any ghosts unfortunately. The place was all decorated for Halloween though.

us at dinner
at catfish plantation

 Saturday morning our first class was this Boo Paper Doll made from crepe paper. Pamela Huntington designed the kits and doll and Cindy taught the class. Pamela couldn't make it down this time. Check out her blog though http://pamelahuntington.typepad.com/february_2007/  The dolls were fun but took longer to do than we thought! LOL


 Our last class on Saturday was this triptych taught by Melissa Hines. She is a wonderful teacher and person! I really enjoyed her personality. Her class kit was great too! She sprayed file folders with Dylusions ink and stencils. Really cool!
Debbie's project
my project
class kit


Shannons project
It was a great weekend! So fun to get away and make art! My friend Mary and I stayed in Waxahachie at our friend Debbie's home. She was such a gracious host! Turned down our beds and left us treats in our rooms in case we got hungry in the night. The breakfast she cooked on Saturday morning was so scrumptious! Eggs with meat and the best scones from scratch I have ever tasted! Fresh fruit and oh I was so full afterwards! She is a true friend and we are lucky to know her, her husband Frank, and their sweet pets Lucy and Timmy. Mary and I put together a gift container (a huge pumpkin) with all sorts of eats and toys for Timmy and Lucy. Plus costumes for them. Below are pictures of them in their finery!
Timmy with his skull tie
Lucy in the backyard
Lucy in her trick or treat shirt eating a treat




2 comments:

donnaj said...

looks like you had allot of creative fun!

Traci said...

Your pics really depict what a great time you, Mary and everyone had! So glad you got to go again this year. And your accommodations sounded splendid!