Tuesday, 6 March 2018

C2C Playbook

I have blogged about some of the work I did at the end of January at the Unlocking the Mystery of Creative Play already. [Click on the Unlocking the Mystery label at the bottom of this post to find them all.]   I have finally managed to put all my work and photos, some of Leslie's photos and my notes all into one book which I'm going to call a Playbook rather than a workbook.

It was quite difficult to photograph the playbook due to so many lumps and bumps in it.

I took pages from a different sized sketchbook for the notes.

I printed out lots of photos so I could put examples in different views

The large pieces of work had to be folded to fit in the playbook.

I included the folded photocopies.

I put the little book I made in a plastic wallet which I tied into the playbook.

Another plastic pocket with the large book inside.

The different flames I took inspiration from and the stencil I made from the cover of a paper pad.

All the flame shapes from the stencil.

Leslie had taken lots of photos whilst we were working.  Here are her photos of the various marks we made.

At the end of the 5 days we each had a display board which Leslie took us round.

On the right are photos of Leslie's examples that she used as teaching aids.

I stuck an envelope in the back to keep all the leftover photocopies of flames.

I really enjoyed putting this together and it's going to prove a really useful resource for a long time to come.

Thanks for joining me today.


  1. You obviously had a great time there Bernice. I love what you did and also the way you have presented it. Wel done that girl! :)

  2. Loving this, thanks for sharing.

  3. Thanks for sharing. Loved looking through the photos of your playbook, makes me feel curious to see me and inspired, Glad you had a great time. Lx

  4. This is awesome and inspiring! Thank you for sharing Bernice!

  5. Wow!!! So wish I had been there with you this looks amazing! So much inspiration and useful techniques used. I bet this was huge fun Bernice.


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