Art Journaling 131

I’ve been wanting to start a rubber stamp collection for the longest time, and finally broke down and bought a few at Michael’s for my next art journal class. The stamps can be a bit pricey but, they're so much fun to work with. This is a simple grid layout that I think all age groups can enjoy.
1. Given the size of my stamps, I’m going to guide the students to make a pencil grid that fits the largest and smallest of the stamps on hand.
2. Each student will be asked to stamp one image in each section, rotating them as wherever possible.
3. Some writing is added to each section whether it’s just the name of the leaf or a short poem or phrase.
4. Lastly, watercolor is used to paint around each stamp, taking care to leave a little space to keep the stampings dry to avoid running, while creating an enhancing halo .
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