Thursday, February 26, 2009

Stamp Carving!

Its been an incredible week of steps taken, new doors opening and invitations awaiting the right timing! My deepest passion is to offer hope to those that have struggled with the wounds of the past. I was so honored this week to speak to a group of therapists and share my own journey and creative tools and processes to assist them in helping their clients. I felt stretched in every way possible! It seems a season of great risk, vulnerablity and learning is upon me. I am just trying to take each step as it arrives, take a deep breath and move forward. There is always something new to learn!


Speaking of learning something new...what fun I had today as our art journaling group arrived! After updating each other on the happenings in our lives, Michelle Allen brought materials for us to learn how to carve stamps from our unique drawings and doodlings. She has some great pictures on her blog that demonstrate the process. I was so inspired and I am sure stamp carving will now become my newest addiction LOL! Everyone tried their hand at drawing a design then transferring it to the rubber and carving away! The possibilities are endless for the what can be carved and used in collage and canvas work.

6 comments:

My Journey to Hope said...

It sounds like a lot of fun to carve your own stamps! You may have to give us a tutorial sometime. :)

-Michelle

Staci Danford said...

How wonderful for you.. Sometimes the seasons of waiting are so hard.. But God knows what is around our next corner.. Blessings to all your opportunities.
Staci

JoAnnA Pierotti said...

How fun is this Lani! Oh, how I would love to join you gals.

xo joanna

Teri Leigh said...

Please, please, please send me the photos :) It was so fun and the pics turned out great! Love ya Lani

Flassie's Fil'a said...

What a fun group and the stamps turned out great!

God Bless You and Yours and
Your Creative Journey!!!

Lisa said...

It's deeply moving for me to watch your journey. Thank you for sharing it. The stamps are fun. I love using stamps but haven't tried this yet!