Hi there! I'm Tresa Black, also known as the Stamp Goddess. I'm fabulously artsy and live a creative life surrounded by paper, stamps and photos. I usually have glitter on my face and ink on my fingers. I'm passionate about sharing and teaching others how they can explore their creativity.
Do you want to decorate a present or card, but don’t have the time or supplies to make a real bow? This lesson from Fabulously Artsy Studio teaches you several ways to create darling ‘fake’ bows. Use embellishments like buttons or stickers and no one will be the wiser! The lesson also offers instructions for wrapped bows that are perfect for attaching to gift wrapped presents.
If your creativity can't be constrained to a single ink color, try sponge daubing on stamps - where sponges are used to blend many colors directly onto the stamp. This lesson from Fabulously Artsy Studio reviews the different types of sponges and offers tips on how to sponge daub. Be sure to apply the lighter color first, followed by the darker colors!
In our digital world, there’s nothing like getting a handwritten card in the mail—unless its getting a handwritten and hand painted card in the mail. In this lesson from Fabulously Artsy, learn how to create a stamped and painted card that looks like it came from an expensive boutique. You’ll need a piece of a cardstock, a stamp and stamp pad, a paintbrush, a bit of time, and a lot of creativity. When you are finished painting, add embellishments to create a truly special piece of stationary.
You know how copper, brass, or bronze get a bluish-green tinge over time (think of old pennies)? Well, it's called verdigris, and it can be created deliberately for artistic effect! Fabulously Artsy shows you how to use verdigris patina, green shimmer spray, copper embossing powder, and stamps to create an original and old-timey birthday card.
Winter is coming- time to stay warm inside and break out the craft supplies! Fabulously Artsy teaches you how to make an elegant embossed snowflake card. Learn how to work with stamps, glittery accents, and the embossing heating tool to get a nice even finish. This lesson also offers tips for working with more delicate materials, such as especially lacy cut-outs or tiny self-adhesive accents.