Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Rubber Stamp Carving with Alice

We only stock blank cards at Castle in the Air, because we figure people already know what they want to say when they're sending a message to a friend or loved one. Why use someone else's words? And if this sentiment is taken even further, why even use another person's pictures?

Rubber stamping is the best way to print beautiful, inexpensive cards with a p
ersonal touch. We're so lucky to have rubber stamp queen Alice Armstrong as a regular teacher at Castle in the Air, and this fall she'll be in the Studio for the Imagination showing how to transfer found or drawn images to your own rubber stamps. The pieces pictured here are from some of the cards she's made with stamps she's carved herself.

To learn more about this class, which will be held on Sunday, October 4, visit the Castle in the Air Online Shoppe.

1 comment:

The Joy of Nesting said...

Oh my gosh I can smell my Grandmother's kitchen from here ;)

Pattie ;)
Mazatlan Mx.