New Facebook Group for those working through my book!



I always love it when people comment with great ideas!! My new Facebook page stems from a comment on a recent post. I created a page for those working through the lessons in my latest book, CREATING Art at the Speed of LifeThis is where you can share your own work from my book, ask questions, get feedback (even privately if want to message me for a personal critique) get information on supplies and substitutions and really anything book related. I’ve loved seeing the work that’s already being shared  and hope many more of you will join in the fun of this online class-like setting I’m creating. N

Did you know you can also share your work on AMAZON?!! I’d love it if you did and also if you have a minute to leave a short review or feedback for my book it’s very much appreciated!!

I hope to see you on my CREATING Art at the Speed of LIfe Facebook page and if you want to follow all of my art happenings I also have  Pam Carriker’s Art page. I’ll have some exciting news to bring you in the near future there so follow along to get the latest!

Here’s a sneak peek at upcoming releases you’ll want to stay tuned for:



Summer is almost here and it’s a great time to work through the 30 lessons in CREATING Art at the Speed of Life so I hope you’ll join in to stay creative and motivated with your art!


10 thoughts on “New Facebook Group for those working through my book!

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  2. Oh hi Pam I have both your books and have done one of your classes on Gail,s site, so happy u have a Facebook page and that you are going to be doing journal pages from your book…

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  6. i saw your tube on pan pastels. i think i have every color. i didn’t leave a comment since this was
    posted last year and wasn’t sure you were checking. i loved it. my question is how do you
    seal it???? to me its like putting something wet over dry. thanks

  7. Hi Pam, I have just finished watching Art Journaling on the Interweave (Craft Daily) site and loved your portion of the ‘live’ tutorial. I am just wanting to know what pencil you used that was water soluble by Staedler? I cannot find it anywhere!

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