Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Feature Stamp Tuesday - Look what the class did

Today is a special special special SPECIAL Feature Stamp Tuesday!

Today I am featuring some of the art projects and stamps that were made in my Stamp Carving 101 class that is part of the My Color is Beautiful Art workshop. This was my first time to teach an online class and I cannot tell you how extremely blessed, honored and humbled I felt at the excitement that the students showed over something so close to my heart. I can't wait to do another online class and to do one LIVE!!!

Vivian used her DIVA  stamp as a background pattern stamp for her project. Love it!!

Carolyn created this beautiful angel.  Check out all the extra details, gorgeous!

Margie went on a carving frenzy after  completely surprising  me with the Queen of Hearts.

Barb, rocked it out with her first stamp carving.  So glad you hung in there and went beyond with other carvings.  

Sharon entertained us with what she called the "side eye" action. I believe we've all been on the receiving end of some of that before.  I adore her!

I also did a lil giveaway 

Sharon was the lucky winner and she was gracious enough to share what she's made so far with it

I'm just over the moon behind this.

I love the creativeness and enthusiasm that everyone showed, and whether they posted a picture of their project or just gave wonderful feedback, I appreciated them all!

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Thanks for your visit today.  Until the next blog...enjoy!



  1. Thanks for the feature Carol! I had a blast and learned so much from your class!

    1. Your welcome, so glad you enjoyed. Keep a look out for more to come.

  2. I had no doubt that you would be a wonderful teacher, Carol, and the proof is in the stamps created by your students. Bravo, both teacher and students!

    1. thank you Kay, wishing you can join in on the next one.

  3. Just watched your class on my color is beautiful, and you rocked it! Even tho I've carved lots of stamps, I learned a lot! Ps; I use a turntable too...you can still get them as an art supply for sculptors. It is plastic and inexpensive but flat on the top!

    1. Yay! I'm so happy you enjoyed it. I can't imagine carving without the help of the turntable. I'll look for one for sculptors, if it doesn't have an edge that will be wonderful. Hope you visit again.