Monday, January 19, 2009

New Classes at Studio Schmookie

Some new classes at Studio Schmookie starting in February...So if you want to get creative this year...then these classes are a must...keep your eyes & ears pinned on da blog...when I have some new workshops coming up I'll post them here too...Looking forward to meeting some more mad makers this year...class details check em out here..

6 comments:

you-wee because said...

Yeah! Generally I'm very interested in participating in one of your jewellery classes. I just have to find a solution for my "transport problem" Germany-Australia and back.
I'm not really sure if I should stay overnight or if I fly Frankfurt-Melbourne, take a bike to Ballarat, attend your class and travel back immediately in reverse direction nonstop... ;-))

Hi Sylvia! Although our world moves together more and more it's still a little more than a stone's throw away for me to travel down under.
So I confined myself to read your post about the new classes and put in the English-German translation for "resin jewellery" (Schmuck aus GieƟharz) to my favourite online dictionary:
http://www.dict.cc/?s=resin+jewellery

My input is not yet verfied but I'm expecting that this will happen soon...
Perhaps you will have the time to take some photos during your classes. That's what I do, too, during my technical product trainings. The photographs additionally to the little artworks you are going to make will help you to linger in the memory of your course participants.

Enjoy your day,
Uwe.

schmookie said...

Uwe, what a shame that you can't make a class!! I would of thought that travelling half way across the world would be worth it!! Ha Ha.. So in that case I will post some photos of students at the classes when it happens...

Hope all is well over there in cold old germany...
It is so dry here that we had a fire on our lake today in Ballarat...No water in the lake...just grass...Could do with some of your snowy/rainy weather..

Resin is a kind of plastic...

Anyway...Take care.. Bis nextes mal..

Sylvia

you-wee because said...

Hi Sylvia,

it looks like the hottest weather in your region is more or less over and you just have "normal" Australian summer temeratures, right?

http://www.wetteronline.de/Australien/Melbourne.htm

But the weather forecast predicts again hot temperatures at the end of this week with more than 40°C...

You are definitely not to be envied at the moment. Make a short trip to Germany an "enjoy" cold and wet German winter weather with temperatures around the freezing point!
Keep a stiff upper lip!

Regards, Uwe.

you-wee because said...

Hi Sylvia!

I just checked the current situation in your part of the world on www.thecourier.com.au/ because even on German TV they report about the bushfires in the south of Australia (and the flood in the north).

I hope the situation at Ballarat is not that critical that you have to fear about your own life and the lives of your beloved ones. It's really horrible to hear and read that the death toll alrady climbed to 130 and a lot of people died on the run from the fire in their cars.

I'll keep my fingers crossed that the fatal conditions will come to a quick end.

Regards, Uwe.

schmookie said...

Hi Uwe,

Thanks for your concern...everything over here has been okay...no major fires near our home...we had a bad fire a couple of years ago...but nothing like what has and is still happening elsewhere in Victoria...We have prepared a lot...and are ready to leave if anything happens (knock on wood, nothing will)...Its heartbreaking...I feel for those who have lost family and their homes...

So now you just have to send some of your wet weather over here...cause its not over yet...I've tried a bit of rain dancing..but it ain't working...

Thank you again for caring...You barely know me and I you...and you find the time to see if all is well...Your concern and best wishes are appreciated...

Hope you are doing fine...

Best Wishes from Australia..

Sylvia

you-wee because said...

...so let's wait and see what I can do for you in regard to cool down your hot Australian summer temperatures...

Good to read that everything seems to be under control relating to fires around your hometown, Sylvia.

If knocking on wood helps, I can knock - let's say - two hours a day. We have wood enough here at Germany. Wet & cold wood...

Saturday I listened to a didgeridoo player at Stuttgart city center...
...he already tried to send the moist weather from Germany to the other side of our planet in direction to Australia...
...but certainly it did not reach the state of Victoria, it teemed down already overhead New South Wales and the Northern Territory...
;-((

So I'm going to knock on wood again!

See ya, Uwe.