Wednesday, August 01, 2007

New stamps on the block

The new stamps
making themselves comfortable
in the wooden stamp box.
The box is full and I'm on the lookout for a new one.
This beautiful paper is made
from a 100% mixture of post consumer paper
and the by-product of the tobacco plantations
of Central America.
Using one ton of tobacco fibre
saves an estimated 17 trees.

8 Lovely Comments:

Blogger Carlene said...

Those look so sweet on that beautiful paper. I just love your stamps. (I still especially love the fire hydrant, for some reason...probably because of the color.)

8/01/2007 1:07 PM  
Blogger Jenna said...

They look beautiful. I especially love the bird talking about flowers.

8/01/2007 2:25 PM  
Blogger Huhu Grub Designs said...

Oh I just love your stamps... and artwork..and your hand sewn work... Thanks for the link to the 'carving a stamp' page. Just what I have been wondering about how to do!

8/01/2007 4:37 PM  
Blogger Jeannette said...

It's all too perfect.

8/01/2007 9:23 PM  
Blogger Elin said...

The stamps look so pretty all nestled together.

8/04/2007 6:06 AM  
Blogger Marta said...

Your hand-carved stamps are wonderful. I'm completely hooked on carving my own so admire others who do also. Great job on yours!

8/08/2007 9:53 AM  
Anonymous moline said...

Hi Gennine!
Love your stamps and the new Mobile with the birds!
Such a pity we never met but we'll stay in contact. I'll be staying in the appartment until the end of october. We hope that they finished the house by then...
By the way: the shop under us is selling things for trekking. It is a huge great shop and the chldren love the changing boats and canoes in front of the door.
have a nice week-end in the woods!

8/10/2007 1:32 PM  
Blogger Agnes Sim said...

Wow...u got a lot of stamps here.

8/14/2008 11:29 PM  

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