A Tutu, A Tutorial and a Happy Dance!

So you may know I’m teaching at Art Is…You on the East Coast this October but what you may not know is there is a Tutu Revolution going on!! So it’s time to dust off that tutu or get a cool one from Carrie Clayden of Hip Chick Designs and Bring It to Art Is!!!

Stampington & Co has a blog-did you know? It’s full of tutorials and how to’s from guest artists one of which I’m thrilled to be this month! I’m sharing a tutorial on  Shiva Paintstiks and how to create a non-messy ‘oil’ painting. I hope you’ll stop by and check it and the other wonderful tutorials there and don’t forget to sign up to receive email notifications so you can keep up with Stampington’s latest~

And for the Happy Dance…I’ve been sitting on a secret for some time now and it was just reveled in the May issue of Somerset Studio

Yes! My happy dance for a line of stamps coming out very soon with Stampington & Co!!! You can check out my article about my “Lost Journal” (remember the journal I lost last August during our move?) and get a little sneak peek at some of the inspiration behind the designs for my new stamp line! If you’re interested in carving your own lino blocks check out my upcoming classes at CREATE and Art Unraveled.

This has been an exciting couple of weeks and I’m completely honored to be the Profile Artist for the spring issue of Art Journaling. I was in the inaugural issue of this publication and many since and I’m so glad they’ve now made this a quarterly magazine! There’s so much inspiring journaling going on all around us.  If you are of a mind you may want to submit a journal of your own to Art Journaling. You can find all of the information on their website

7 responses

  1. Pam, Quick question, in the Stampington article the photos look like you used soft rubber to carve your stamps. Am I wrong? Is there a material between Speedball’s soft rubber and linoleum blocks? I love carving the soft rubber, tried a lino block yesterday and immediatly cut myself so I’m wondering about the alternatives between having nine fingers and fuzzy stamps! LOL

  2. I love your tutu, Pam! Coming to the East Coast? I will have to look into that. Congrats on the stamp line with Stampington & Co! Off to check out your tutorial using Shiva Paintstiks, I saw it mentioned in her newsletter.

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