If you saw my blog post from the other day, you read that last weekend I started taking Julie Balzer's Stamp Carving 101 class. I finished all the classes this past week and created more stamps!
I must admit, I get more and more addicted to stamp carving with each lesson and with each stamp I create. I ordered several large sheets of Speedy Carve in preparation for all of the stamps I have in mind! I can't wait till it arrives.
Here are the stamps I created this past week and several tags I made trying out new stencils, paints, and sprays.
I love these leaves. I have several additional styles planned. There are so fun and versatile for tags, layouts, and mixed media.
I love the look of Folk Art with the rustic stamp look.
How about just the edge of the stamp?
And one of my favorite stamps! Love this for mixed media canvases!
This has been the hardest stamp I've made so far. Lots of detailed work, but I love the end result.
And here is a picture with all of the stamps I've made so far! :)
Because I love stamp carving SO much, I thought it would be fun to give-away a seat to Julie's Stamp Carving 101 class. WOO HOO!
Wanna know how you can win a seat for her class? Here are the details:
1. Leave a comment below telling me what type of stamp(s) you will really enjoy carving.
2. For an additional entry, share this blog post on Facebook and leave a comment below telling me that you've do so.
3. For another entry, share this blog post on your blog and leave a comment below telling me that you have shared.
I'll leave the give-away open until February 24th at noon (Mountain Standard Time).
I hope you are excited about stamp carving as I am. I am planning several stamp carving contests in the future, so start working on those stamp carving skills. :)
Thanks for stopping by and Happy Sunday!