Stencils are super hot right now! Check out my review of the latest stencils from My Favorite Things over on Craft Gossip
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One of the few remaining magazine devoted completely to rubber stamping is The Stamper’s Sampler. I recently posted a review of their latest Winter issue along with a card inspired by Tim Holtz, who is the featured artist. Click here to read my review over on Craft Gossip, including how to make my Tim inspired Valentine card, this is a great masculine style, perfect to give to the man in your life.
I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday! I’m having an after Christmas sale in my Etsy shop! Save up to 40% on all remaining holiday items, like soldered glass ornaments, hanging collages and wooden ornaments.
Click here to go directly to my sale section —> https://www.etsy.com/shop/PisforPaper?section_id=5704130&view_type=list
Now that Halloween is over it’s time to start working on holiday cards! My next card making/stamp class is coming up on Nov 9th, 10am at The Raintree Gallery in Versailles KY, $20 for 5 cards, 1 Thanksgiving and 4 Holiday. Call the gallery to sign up 859-873-8822. Here’s one of the cards we’ll be making:
It’s Christmas in July over at Etsy, each year lots of shops participate with sales and this year I am too. Visit my Etsy shop for 15% off all items, from now through July 21st, no coupon code needed. Get a jump on your holiday shopping at some great prices! Click here to check it out: P is for Paper @ Etsy
Sat June 1st from 10am-2pm I’m teaching a collage class at the Raintree Gallery in Versailles KY. If you’re curious about collage this beginners class is perfect for you! We’ll be making two 5″x7″ collages, one with a nature theme (birds, butterflies, fairies, etc), the other using a vintage photo in sepia or black and white tones. Cost is $40 Call the gallery to sign up 859-873-8822.
I’m excited to be setting up a booth at the Art in Park show on May 18th in Versailles KY. There will be around 30 booths selling art, jewelry, pottery and more on the lawn of The Woodford Inn, located at 140 Park St. Stop by and say “Hi”, should be a wonderful afternoon.