AI new watercolor stamps: Hard and Soft Edges

I’m taking a mini break in the “interactive” Art Impressions series to bring you “watercolor Art Impressions! Partly because I just couldn’t wait to share, but partly also because I wanted to let you know about the new Seeing the Scriptures class that finally launched today. Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.

Each of the sets is pictured here for your pinning pleasure…

And the finished bookmarks! I’ll be selecting 12 winners who sign up for the Seeing the Scriptures class in the next week; I figured since they have Scriptures on them, I’d select just from students so I know they’re going to homes that’ll appreciate the text. Stay tuned on the Art-Classes blog for winners list at that time. Stamps are (I think?) all by Our Daily Bread Designs stamps; many are really really old so I didn’t go through each to check and see if they’re still available.

Seeing the Scriptures Class

The new class that launched today is one many have asked me about – how to think through a Scripture passage in order to come up with a unique image for it. In the first lesson I spend an hour blathering (lol) about my process; then I turn you loose in each lesson to use the method and come up with your own art. Then you’ll go to the next lesson and see how I thought through it, and I created THREE different pieces of Bible journaling to go with it – just to show you there’s no single “right” way to do anything.

IT IS SELF PACED but I do NOT recommend just watching through all the videos and thinking you’ve learned something. Do each homework – maybe every couple days or week. Set a timer in your phone so you have a ‘deadline,’ but do the work so you learn from it, okay? (The speed students know who they are. heehee!)


Also – I posted my creative worship testimony video here if you’d like to see that one:


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