thank you beautiful impressions…

hey there bloggers!  we’ll were are still on our traveling adventures, but i wanted to blog about our wonderful teaching weekend at beautiful impressions in connecticut.  thursday we left arizona early morning and flew to connecticut which ended up being about a 10+ hour travel day.  friday morning we headed to our teaching venue to begin which was this quaint old beach cottage built in the 1700’s that was literally right on the water – check it out…

we shipped lots of supplies for workshops i’d be teaching so there was lots to do and unpack before the big day.  lucky for us we had help from terri (the owner of beautiful impressions) and her awesome staff including these cool guys: luke, gordon, and matthew who worked the entire event with us and we’re such great help  – thanks again everyone…

our friend heather came form nova scotia to help us out and visit with us during the weekend, it was so great to see her.  we also got to see some friends we’ve met in our teaching travels, and meet some new friends too who helped us out throughout our trip – we really appreciated it…

saturday morning we were ready for the day and the view from the class venue was really spectacular.   i taught 2 workshops that day and the students were awesome!  my sincere thank you once again to terri and her team, and of course to all of you who signed up for the classes and enjoyed the creative journey.  i am always both amazed and inspired by all of the creativity that can fill a room (and yes, there were lots of us – 200 students total for both workshops).  it all worked out great and we supplied each and every one of them with everything they needed for the classes – such fun…

when the classes wrapped up around 8:00pm saturday night, it was a cleaning and packing frenzy as we had to load up and get everything out of the venue that night.  with the help of many we did it in record time and the room was picture perfect.  you can see that mario was happy as can be that all of the supplies fit back in our tubs and ready to ship out – classic photo…

sunday morning we hit the road again to make our way to massachusetts to get unpacked and set up again to teach at an all day trade event the following morning.  along the way, we hit a couple of incredible antique stores where i managed to find a few treasures i couldn’t live without (unfortunately this sign wasn’t one of them, but i wanted it so bad)…

monday morning it was showtime again as i taught two 3 hour session workshops that were part of out “radically ranger” all day event for store owners.  it was a fun day of techniques and education for sure.  then, it was time to pack up the trailer as we hit the road again, this time for our 4 hour drive to new jersey.  we arrived about 11:00pm last night, got unpacked and checked into our hotel by ranger…

so today was a busy day at ranger with lots of things to still get ready for ranger u which is this weekend, but more on that tomorrow as i really need to call it a night since it’s already about 1:00am – whew!  thanks again for sharing in the adventures…t!m

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186 Comments to “thank you beautiful impressions…”

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  2. Looks like lots of fun!

  3. Rhoni T says:

    whew … is right. First off, I don’t know how you got anyone to pay attention to you with the view you had there on the beach. amazing! Love the pic of Mario, too funny!! So glad that ya’ll are continuing to have a safe trip. Blessings to you all.

  4. wow what a stunning venue to craft in and with a stunning teacher as well, its win win all the way , LOL x

  5. Becky Walker says:

    I so want to attend one of your workshops!!! It looks like so much fun…

  6. Gillette Henry says:

    Wow, that looks like an amazing workshop and a great adventure. Will you be teaching anything in AZ soon? I would love to take another class or workshop with you.

  7. judith strausbaugh says:

    What awesome places you get to travel. Don’t you ever get tired though. Thank you for all your inspiration

  8. Susan De Abate says:

    Beautiful venue. Hopefully will be able to join you the next time.

  9. Sharon says:

    OMG…you were just here in CT and I MISSED YOU!!! How did that happen??? I can’t even begin to tell you how bummed out I am right now!!! 🙁

  10. Patty N says:

    It would be so much fun to walk in and see all those supplies laid out, and to know that I would get to play with them! Your post wore me out just reading about it- I know the participants appreciate all the work it is to set up a class like that. Please come back to Houston!!

  11. Violet says:

    Looks like a great place to hold a Tim workshop – or anything else for that matter. You certainly get around and it looks like you thoroughly enjoy it!

  12. Ana Jarecke says:

    I look forward to your posts and appreciate you taking the time to let your fans know what’s going on. Especially when you are clearly exhausted. Save travels!

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  14. Jen Hill says:

    You guys are always busy!! I love that about you. 🙂

    Someday, I will be taking one of your classes. I know, because it’s on my Bucket List!

    Safe Travels~

  15. THANKS for sharing looks like ALL had a BLAST!! Have FUN this weekend at Ranger U!! =) Some day I’ll get to come!!?? =)

  16. Thereas P. says:

    Looks like everyone had lots of fun very jealous. And the view WOW could have happily got lost there.

  17. Thereas P. says:

    The cottage has a beautiful view I could happily get lost there. Looks like everyone had lost of fun, very very jealous 🙂

  18. Beryl says:

    Wow! I feel so priveleged to have seen some of the pics that you posted on your various workshops. It’s simply wonderful, the creativity that comes out of you guys. Only wish i could be a part of that. was so inspired by your blog, have recently opened a craft shop in my existing shop. I am so excited. thanks for the inspiration and good luck on your journey.

  19. ruby t says:

    Wish I could have been at that beach side cottage…fabulous!
    Your teaching and travel schedule is very packed, but it sounds like you have it all so well organized so as not to have any big headaches.
    Sounds like everyone had a good time.

  20. The beach setting in Connecticut looks amazing as does that antiques shop. One of these days I’m getting to attend one of your workshops. Blessings!

  21. Gigi says:

    I’m sure you all are pretty much exhausted by now, but BRAVO to you all for your energy and for putting on what looks like spectacular workshops. Maybe someday I’ll be able to attend one. I hope, I hope!!!!

  22. Emily Barker says:

    Thanks for sharing…love the beach house. Your photos made me feel like I was there. Thanks! I needed that. I hope you enjoy every minute of your journey. Get some sleep! You need to stay healthy so you can do one of these classes in Sunny Wilmington, NC.

  23. Kerry says:

    Wow what an adventure, I’m sure it’s tiring for you but it must feel so satisfying seeing how you light up everyones craft inspiration within themselves, I bet it feels all worth it. I so wish I could do another workshop with you, last time was 2 years ago in the uk, I can’t wait for another opportunity to rise 🙂 Happy Crafting Kezzy 🙂

  24. JoAnn says:

    Tim I hope you make some videos for us to see on these classes. There are several of us that never get to take a class with you and a video is just as close as we get. So make sure we ge4t some videos, please.

  25. kim222 says:

    Wow you guys sure keep busy!!! Thanks for sharing!!

  26. Sandra Nosek says:

    Do you happen to sell the kits if you have any left over?

  27. Jean McNulty says:

    Wow, looks like FUN…I hope someday to be able to take one of your workshops!!!

  28. Cathy in Canada says:

    Busy, busy, busy!!! Everyone looks like they had a great time! But how could they not? You’re great!

  29. Julie F. says:

    I would LOVE to attend one of your workshops, Tim. My daughter and I just started delving into your wonderful world of Distress inks and dyes. Hopefully you will come to the Lehigh Valley, PA, some day! 🙂 Love your stuff!

  30. Kathy O'Brien Meyer says:

    Attending one of your classes is definitely on my bucket list! Would you ever give away spots to one of your classes as dream prizes?

  31. Di F says:

    Wow! Busy, busy, busy, weekend! Gorgeous place to hold classes, looks like a lot of fun! Can’t wait for the next one in the area I can get to.

    Thanks for all the photos! Awesome shots of all the creative people.

    Safe (and fun) travels!

  32. Rosetta Jenkins says:

    What beautiful scenery! I know the attendees had a ball! Wish I was there. If I ever got a chance to take one of your workshops, might just spend half my time hugging you and Mario!

  33. Paulette says:

    What fun adventures! I love that you share them all. What? No Graphics on your trailer? LOL Yes, I know well, that if you had graphics, you’d never get to your destination because Crafters would be stopping you and talking to you about everything Tim Holtz, Ranger, Etc. LOL

  34. Sonya Moreau says:

    What a beautiful venue!! I’m sure I would find the beach setting inspirational – as if they needed more inspiration with Tim Holtz facilitating their learning!!! How cool – I will admit I am jealous… and I loved the sign too Tim!! Someday, maybe you’ll come to Michigan…

  35. Tamera B says:

    Wow! That’s a beautiful place to create! Looks like everyone is having a great time! When I win the lottery, I’m going to follow you around the country…no I’m not a stalker 😉

  36. cheryl c says:

    Whew is an understatement! No wonder you drink all that Starbucks. The venue in Connecticut was certainly unique! It looks so remote as if people must have driven for hours to get there.

  37. Boo Martin says:

    That Antique Shop looks very much like your paper.

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