Flash Back and Back Again

Several years ago I started teaching rubber stamp/card-making and
mixed media art classes
The first store I ever taught at was The Red Mat in Placentia.  I taught there exclusively for about a year 
and then I spread my wings and taught classes at Stamp Fever in Orange, 
The ArtBar in Santa Ana, 
Stamping Details in Poway,
Gilding the Lily in downtown Fullerton, 
The Vintage Emporium in Long Beach,
I've even taught at a few private homes,
Scrappin' in the Hills in Anaheim Hills,
Scrapbooking by Design in Laguna Niguel, Screamin' Susie's in Whittier, La Maison Rustique in Temecula (now The Urban Barn in Escondido), 
Whimzy in Old Town Tustin  
and a few others along the way that my mind can't recall the names of *sigh*. 

Well, earlier last week I received an e-mail from a lady (Linda Foley) that bought Stamp Fever about 18 months ago.  Long story short, Linda saw my name on an old list of instructors for the store and then a couple of people mentioned my name to her.  I went in to meet Linda last weekend and after our meeting, I will be teaching at Stamp Fever again after all these years. 
First up:  Charm Necklace Workshop - Saturday, September 25th, noon to 3pm.  You can sign up in the store or by telephone and then pay me directly through PayPal or snail mail.  Need a flyer?  E-mail me.  


After the September 25th class, I will be back at Stamp Fever Saturday, October 23rd.  I haven't decided what I will teach yet, but it will definitely involve some rubber stamping *wink wink*


As you stampers are well-aware, there are very few rubber stamp stores around these days.  Let's help keep Stamp Fever on the map.  The store has moved, is much larger and is in a more convenient location than before!  Hope to see some familiar faces and some new ones at a class real soon *smiles*

6 comments:

Createology said...

Congratulations on your return to stamp techniques teaching. You are naming all of my old stomping grounds that we moved away from. Happy creating...

Nancy Lynn said...

Congratulations on teaching again at Stamp Fever. So happy for you. My thoughts are with you this morning as you are shopping at the Big garage sales. Can't wait to hear what you got.

karlascottage.typepad.com said...

Nice resume!!

paperqueen said...

Wow! Good for you! I wish there were even a fraction of the number of places here to teach and/or take classes. I might have a nice resume too if there were, LOL!
Have fun shopping! Can't wait to see what you find.
Eileen

Sue said...

I know your classes will be wonderful and how great that you will be back at one of your old stomping grounds!

Sue

dewatobay said...

you get around!

time to design an on-line class. I learned about you from Carla Sonheim; she does an awesome on-line drawing class.