Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Workshop prototype finished

I have been stressing quite a bit about this workshop prototype and workshop in general. I had to have it finished earlier than anticipated so didn't have time for a trial run with a group. I wanted a 1-day workshop, but there is too much to do, so 2-days it will have to be. I struggle with pricing so not sure where to go with that. A couple of small details got dropped off along the way due to running out of time. I think one or two details could be changed, but they are very minor and I will see about that later. It's not quite how I was picturing it, but I am pretty happy still - I anticipated it being more rustic, but it turned out a little fancy! Never mind. Hindsight is a wonderful thing....



18 comments:

  1. Me encanta!!! es un prototipo perfecto y precioso!!!!
    Besos.

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    1. Thankyou Pilar! It took me a while to get colours I really liked, and the ones I ended up with are nice and vintage I think!

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    1. Thank you! It's great when something works out well after lots of time spent making it.

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  3. I think it looks fab. Love the colour :0)

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    1. Hi Pepper. Thanks for the compliment! I found that near the top of my scrap book paper pile and thought "perfect!". Sometimes hoarding is good. Xx

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  4. Oh wow! That's really pretty. I love your herringbone floor and the colors you chose. Lovely details.

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    1. Hi Sheila. The colours have changed quite a bit since the first prototype, but all have been green. The original real life version I used for the shopfront was a very pale green. Thanks for your lovely compliments!

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  5. What a Terrific workshop this is going to be Shannon! I love the way in which you have provided enough room on both the inside and out to be able to decorate without it being too much!
    I would be feeling VERY PROUD of what you have done- WOW!

    elizabeth
    p.s. Love the look of the door and window- A LOT!

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    1. Thanks Elizabeth! Yes, I wanted to make just enough room for a few accessories on either side, so that people who are new to the scale didn't have to feel overwhelmed. I also figured it could be a current shop or one that was now just inhabited by the building owner. I think I should've tried making the sign writing faded and scruffy. Maybe I'll offer that option in the workshop. Xx

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  6. This is absolutely beautiful!! Love the entire shop look! The doors and beautiful are just fabulous.

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  7. Thanks Pei Li! I want to decorate it a little, but that is not part of the workshop so need to leave it as is for now.

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  8. Thanks so much......but you also have a nice,little cottage!!!!
    Mini hugs from Vienna *g*

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