Brenda and I have our terrain-making workshop set up much like an assembly line. There is a station for mixing and pouring the plaster into the molds (a messy business), another for extracting the cured bricks and sorting them into bins, a station for building the various projects and finally a station for painting the pieces. With this arrangement, there is always something "cooking". Brenda tends to gravitate towards the sorting and painting portions of the process, while Paraic is the caster and builder. Great harmony.
During our shopping sprees, we encountered numerous people who were interested in our shop and we realized we had no business cards to help set the hook. We quickly drafted a design and got a batch printed from Staples. It feels good to have something to hand to interested parties that we meet during our outings.