The first video, shown below for your viewing pleasure, is from yesterday’s Spirit Box workshop. As usual, we exceeded our expectations and enjoyed the creative hanging out, the good food, the spectacular results of our labors, and the delightful company of our mascot, Buster the Pup (see him at the end of the video).
The second video is a short little Show & Tell tutorial that I did for you before the workshop started – it’s a look at how to make cheap foam texture stamps from anything you might have hanging around the house (well, almost . . .).
And, finally, the winner of the Friday Freebie Shard Pin Kit is . . . firstname.lastname@example.org !
This is one of those times that I’m not sure of the subscriber’s name, but if you’re out there and reading this, you WON, pjjordan!! (I’m thinking it might be Phyllis . . .) I see you’re probably from San Antonio by your email address, so let me know when you’d like to come by the Studio to collect your loot (or if that’s not convenient, I’ll send it via the Post Office).
Have a great week, everyone – and mark your calendar for Pablo Solomon’s Solstice Celebration opening at the Studio – wine, women (his sculptures are of dancers) and song (maybe)!
You are quite a woman!!! A kind, wonderful and generous spirit. Thank you for making this world a better place!
Loved the stamp making & Spirit Box Workshop videos! Where did all those beautiful papers come from in the Spirit Box one???
If you don’t live near an art supply or stationary store you can purchase great papers on line from many sources, but I use Daniel Smith.
Thanks for the tip, Francesca! I’ll definitely check it out!
And do try my favorite online paper place, https://www.mulberrypaperandmore.com/
They have a wonderful assortment !! ♥Lyn
Oh my! Just clicked onto mulberrypaper. What a feast! Thanks so much for the tip.
Aren’t they great? And they are super friendly, too –