Alive and Kicking…

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Teaching classes is wonderful but it does become a bit of a juggling act to keep blog content up here and supplies and kits packed there.  I taught two classes last Saturday at Great American Stamp Store but sadly my camera quit on me, so I was left with only phone shots.  It was a pleasure to see everyone’s unique take on the afternoon class (and I completely forgot to take any in the morning).  Thanks as always to Judy for having me!

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Here’s Susan, going to town.

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I wish I could show you all her tags… my photos didn’t pan out but her work is fabulous!

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Debbie worked her stencils like Nobody’s Magic.  Loved how she used the dark Washi tape to go along with some of her solid stamps.

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This was “the other” Susan’s booklet in progress.  Her colors were amazing and the finished project was even more stunning (and I think this is pretty darn stunning as is!)  Susan made us all sigh when she shared that she and a girlfriend go away every year for a week together, when they rent a house and do whatever artsy things they want.

I’m off to Absolutely Everything in Topsfield, MA this weekend to teach this class on Sunday:

Thanks for the visit. Have a great week.

Marjie

Your comments are very much appreciated!

Comments

  1. The students look so happy! Love the project too!

  2. Looks amazing! Love all those layers of color and texture. Your students were obviously guided by a great teacher!

  3. Have fun teaching this weekend! Lucky students.

  4. Looks like your classes are such fun with lots to explore and learn, everyone did a great job.
    hugs {brenda} x0x

  5. Such fun! I’m so far away :0(
    The tag booklet that the girls are working on looks fabulous! Do you perhaps have a tutorial on how to make it? I’d love to know.
    Hugz from South Africa
    Moz

  6. That looks like such fun Marjie – lucky, lucky students! I am so hoping you will do some on-line classes one day 🙂 Pauline

  7. Definitely looks like fun.
    They are priviledged to have you as a teacher.
    Wishes
    Lynne

  8. Looks like a lot of fun.

  9. The results by your students just show what a great teacher you are Marjie, they must be so inspired by you! Save on FB today just how busy you are! Hope you get some time just to craft for you….. Hugs, Anne x

  10. Wow.. you are a great teacher, Marjie. The students work is beautiful

  11. Your classes look so like so much fun Marjie! I love that little ATC book, it’s full of color and techniques I can tell. Awesome!!

  12. Lovely work you did at classes with your students! Have fun at the next ones, too! Valerie

  13. These are beautiful. Wish I was still in NJ I would take all of these classes.

  14. I can imagine juggling classes and blogging is tricky… but it’s so lovely to see what your students have been getting up to – gorgeous work all round. It’s a cute video too – only wish I could come and play!
    Alison xx

  15. Have a ball. These are marvelous. xox

  16. Great project! Looks like so much fun. I wish I could have been there!

  17. Annoying to hear about your camera, but the photos you’ve got show what a great project you put together, love those tag booklets I bet it was a really fun day xx

  18. The class looks like a fun and creative experience! Glad you are keeping busy doing what you love! Hugs!

  19. Loving the photos from your class!! Looks like a ton of FUN!!!!

  20. wow. exceptional work and looks like even greater friendships and fun.
    hugs
    susan s

  21. Oh, I would LOVE to take that class! Any chance you’ll be heading out to Seattle any time soon? – See more at: https://www.marjiekemper.com/tutorial-stencilgirl-blog-hop-featuring-seth-apter/#comment-14879

    • Marjie Kemper says:

      Thanks, Julie. Nothing on the west coast planned, Julie, but your store can contact me for sure if interested.