The shipboy on his visit onshore, joins the parade showing off his tattoos.
El grumete estaba en tierra firme y se une a la procesión, luciendo sus tatuajes.
Der Schiffsjunge folgt der Parade in langen Schritten und präsentiert stolz seine Tattoos.
This is Propellerhead showing off his garter belts, can he make an impression on the ladybug? 😉
Este joven provocador lleva ligas – a ver si puede impresionar a la mariquita 😉
Dies ist Propellermann, stolz trägt er seine Strapse zur Schau – kann er Eindruck auf das Marienkäferchen machen? 😉
Following the two musicians, the ladybug comes along, looking for a gentle-bug…
La mariquita enamorada sigue a los dos músicos, buscando a su mariquito 😉
Hier folgt der verliebte Marienkäfer…
Woohoo, our Jornada creativa is getting really close: it’s this Saturday already! So these days we’re busy getting the materials, writing instructions and assembling the kits for our creative workshop participants!
There are a few places left, so if you feel like having fun learning some new techniques about colors, paints, and creative work with paper and cardboard, we’ll be happy to see you on Saturday!
The workshops take place at Bambola, Casa Creativa, Tres Cantos, you can call 91 8061514, or see details here!
Have a nice day!
In the morning of our creative Workshop-Day we will show you how to built a chalkboard box with a drawer to keep your chalks, and a space inside to collect all the papers and stuff that normally is accumulating on our kitchen tables… We’ll help you to design, paint and decorate the outside with new techniques and materials, you’ll make a real special and eye-catching chalkboard.
The afternoon will be about creating a decorative and fun recipe holder, that allows to explore all kinds of painting techniques and color combinations, let your creativity flow!
See more details on the poster, and don’t wait to long making your reservation, there is an early bird discount! 🙂
Have a nice and creative week!
This weekend my friend Silvia and me set up our first workshop together. We had a lot of fun doing the photo-shooting all covered up in flour 🙂
I hope the workshop is as much fun as the preparations! It’s not about dough kneading, but about art – we’ll tell you more about it soon….
I found that on http://www.todayandtomorrow.net, and I think the list is very helpful! For point 2, one of my inspiring notebooks can be helpful, just send me an e-mail for details – and let’s be creative 😉