This workshop was so much fun. One of the particpants had moved into a new house the day before but didn't want to miss the workshop. The other participant was a woman I met through the blog who came for three days with her husband and stayed in the empty apartment. Both women were loads of fun and really game to try anything. I didn't get as many pictures as I wanted and I am hoping to get pictures of Patty's stamp after she settles in her new home!
Here are some of the stamps:
Great abstract stamps made by incising a foam tray or foam core board with the paper off one side.
Foam stamps and cardboard.
Guess who made this (hint - crows)
More foam stamps
These were made with sticky back foam mounted on foam core board and above the cup is a hot glue squiggle stamp.
Test with ink. We also made string stamps on wood and some great cardboard stamps. I gave each person that thin compressed sponge and a roller to make a rolling stamps. They took them home to make the next day!!
and speaking of stamps as in stamping leaves, the Ginkgo is in full leaf if anyone wants a few. Just left me know.
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Thanks for visiting, Beth
Would love some Ginko leaves! Will they survive mailing? Must remember to buy glycerin!ReplyDelete
WOW! Really cool stuff!ReplyDelete
Love love love the crow stamp!ReplyDelete
I would love some Ginkgo leaves! Please, pretty please? :)ReplyDelete