Friday, July 11, 2014

Tea for Six with the Teapot & Teacups Stencil

I recently hosted a meet up class in my home studio where we made mixed media canvases using the Teapot and Teacups stencil from Stencil Girl.  It was so nice to work with the stencil with a group of lovely women, as the stencil was inspired by the camaraderie of sharing stories over tea.  

I always enjoy prepping my studio in anticipation of these classes... And this was the last one in this studio before I move, so it was extra special. 

Here are some pictures from the class.  I love how each woman's project bore her own distinctive style.

Although no tea was consumed (or spilled) during the class, a lot of camaraderie was shared!

Upcoming teaching dates are September 14 in my new home and studio -- where we will be making house blessings using the 5 Hamsas Stencil from Stencil Girl,

And early October, I am delighted to be teaching at Art is You in Stamford.  I can hardly wait for this reunion and retreat -- one of the most loving and welcoming art retreats you could ever hope to attend!

If you can't attend an Art is You Retreat in person, consider attending one virtually!  Check out the Reality Retreat  an online virtual retreat and 3 week e-course beginning August 10.  You will have 12 month access to all the tutorials, and receive a box of supplies, for only $139.00  I assure you that given the generosity of Sal & Ellen, the founders of Art is You, you will get way more than you ever expected for the money!

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  1. wonderful art all the ladies made! Each so special beautiful! GORGEOUS!

  2. This really show the wonderful diversity of stencils! Love the variety of style too! Fabulous post, I hear a hint of sadness in your tone. I hope the move goes smoothly!

    Hugs Giggles

  3. Love that you posted more photos- the gals really made some beautiful art! And what a super teacher- can't wait for my chance! hugs ")

  4. What a fun class, and your hamsa class is sure to be too, in your new home and studio. xox

  5. Looks like so much fun! I have that teapot stencil and I love it!

  6. Love this post!!!
    The teapots are are great project....thanks for sharing ( ;

  7. Looks like everyone had a great time!

  8. Such beautiful projects Jessica! Looks like all the ladies had a fantastic time!


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