Fabulously Artsy

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.

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    10-part Crafts course
    Basic Stamping
    A 10-part course with Fabulously Artsy
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    Stamping is a highly versatile and applicable craft—and it’s a bunch of fun, too! In this arts and crafts course, Fabulously Artsy presents expert stamping techniques for awesome custom designs.

  • 4
    4-part Crafts course
    Homemade Stationery Embellishments
    A 4-part course with Fabulously Artsy
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    Learn how to make DIY embellishments to adorn handmade cards. This course is perfect for those looking for more creative satisfaction than store-bought stickers, bows, and other embellishments offer.

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    Howard Gardner, Author of Multiple Intelligences, Harvard University
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    Carol Dweck, Author of Mindset, Stanford University
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    "We need, as a society, to learn how to maintain a healthy mind, just like we know how to maintain vascular health with diet and exercise."
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