Erin gave me a canvas board so I could play too and I had a blast playing with modeling paste, a rug grip as a stencil and some fluid acrylics. I also played with some of her inks to make the circles.
During our play time we were also joined by her two dogs and two of her four cats. I've been missing my cats so it was nice to get to pet all her furry kids. Her human children are cool too and it was a lovely afternoon. Erin's husband made us a delicious dinner of chicken piccata, mashed potatoes and caprese with their home grown tomatoes, I'm such a bad photographer these days. I should have snapped a picture of the crew at the dinner table and the awesome spread. Erin's family is such a pleasure and it was a thoroughly lovely afternoon.
Now, to pull together all the supplies I will need for my class tomorrow which involves creating fabrics and papers with mono printing. Can't wait!