Current Events

Pleasanton Scottish Games – Labor Day Weekend, September 2 & 3, 2017

I will be there with the rubber stamps, same location, the Hall of Commerce across from the Tea Shoppe.
Come by and say Hi! And add to your stock of stamps.
I have some other fun stuff in the booth, as well.
I am selling a big basket full of mounted rubber stamps at clearance prices. These are stamps that simply aren’t popular, so I won’t be offering them as individual items anymore (they will be in the grab bags from now on, with regular overstock images)

My husband, T.E. Watson, has 2 NEW books this year. Pleasanton will be their debut. The most important one is Light & Stone, Essays on writing and the realities of publishing.  I love that he wrote this book, I call it the missing manual for all writers. I hope you CAN handle the truth, because he holds nothing back, yet keeps it friendly and fun at the same time. These are many of the things he tells all his writing students (he’ll have to write another book to share the rest). YOu can learn more on his web site

Current focus of work

My focus has shifted to development and presentation of online art classes for beginning to intermediate oil and acrylic painters. I will be continuing to keep up Highlander Celtic Stamps, fulfilling your orders, offering new Freebies, making how-to videos, and make new stamp designs

You are welcome to email me if you would like to put together a custom order of mounted, or unmounted stamps, ask questions, arrange for a shop visit, or anything else. Include your phone # and good times to call and we can have a nice chat about stamps and stamping.

Mention you are a regular at the Games and I’ll throw in free shipping (US only) for you.

I’ll keep you posted on my latest endeavors. Who knows, you might know someone who would love to learn Old Master painting techniques and ideas with an online teacher. Some of my classes will be live and interactive, it will be fun.

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