The new framing workshops schedule is available on the DIY site, so if none of this year’s dates work for you, get onto it now and book for next year.  Don’t be fooled by the availability numbers on the DIY site, drop me a line or give me a call or call DIY Framing directly to find out about availability.  I’m teaching in Cambridge in September and there are definitely a few spots available on that, so if you’ve been considering a weekend framing course, then get on it!

The last two courses I taught were in Norwich and then in Brighton, both of whichBrighton Trainingere fun, pretty focused work for the weekends and all those attending went away with great pieces.  This is the room in in Hurstpierpoint near Brighton, set up and ready for a small group for the mount cutting day.

I think people are generally surprised at how much is involved in framing a piece of art.  They’re almost always surprised and delighted at the results and amazed at how it’s a pretty busy two days and yet they do leave with a selection of pieces.
After a recent courses, a participant wrote to me with the following:

“Dear Sue

Just to say thank you for the excellent manner in which you presented the course over the two days.
To produce four separate items of work in the time required two “Full on” days of application. However the learning experience was enjoyable, being conducted in a light-hearted atmosphere, and producing amazing results.”

I enjoy the two days training, why not find a course near you and try it?