Weekend Craft Retreat: Rubbercut Stamps
We’re finally in Baguio after a long drive from the loomweavers of Abra. The weather is cool and perfect, and I’m armed with craft supplies good for the entire weekend.
Last night, we had dinner at Cafe by the Ruins. We started with some camote bread and I had the Chocolate ti Agua, which is mexican style dark hot chocolate with just water and sugar. Perfect for the chilly evening!
This morning, we were greeted by the famous Baguio pine trees on our way to breakfast. I decided to do some carving while eating. 😛
I’m happy to announce that each participant of the rubbercut workshop on December 15 will be getting these Speedball carving tools in their kits! We have a few more slots left for that class, and you can register by signing up here.
I made some pine leaves and cone stamps as well. This would look so cute on wrapping paper!
I’m celebrating the holidays by doing the things that I love. And this weekend, I’ll be starting on my Christmas presents, too!
Happy Friday to everyone! 🙂