Wednesday, January 28, 2009


A new hand carved stamp for my collection.
Used a huge Factis eraser for this one.

34 Lovely Comments:

Blogger Caroline said...

Wow! Love this stamp. How creative you are - you've certainly inspired me to get going with stamp carving!

1/28/2009 6:38 PM  
Blogger Stephanie said...

Just gorgeous! I would love to see all your stamps together. ;)

1/28/2009 6:38 PM  
Anonymous Lori said...

I love love love the stamp!

1/28/2009 6:50 PM  
Blogger Becky said...

I love your stamps!!! I'm going to make some stamps now ~ you've inspired me!

1/28/2009 7:14 PM  
Blogger lil kim said...

so lovely Geninne!

1/28/2009 7:35 PM  
Blogger Heather T. said...

Very lovely!!

1/28/2009 8:19 PM  
Blogger Lin said...

It is beautiful!

1/28/2009 8:41 PM  
Blogger ola smith said...

Fantastic new stamp! I love everything about it!

1/28/2009 11:17 PM  
Blogger Renate said...

cute cute cute! Almost pomegranate season in Mexico, isn't it?

1/29/2009 1:31 AM  
Blogger Meninheira said...

Es alucinantemente precioso!!
Usas una goma de borrar normal?

1/29/2009 1:32 AM  
Blogger Alexandra said...

check it out I think you'll like some of nicola's work.

1/29/2009 2:00 AM  
Anonymous Mandarine said...

What a lovely blog, i really enjoy!


1/29/2009 2:01 AM  
Blogger Flora said...

this is very cool, well done :)

1/29/2009 2:10 AM  
Blogger iva yaneva said...

I've been reading your blog for a couple of months now, but I haven't commented before. Your work is truly amazing and you are such an inspiration! I really mean that. I used to draw, but when I began to study in university I forgot all about it. Seeing your work really made me take the dust off the watercolours!
Your stamps are lovely! I tried to make some, but it didn't quite work out. I think I used a too soft eraser, or the blades weren't sharp enough, because I didn't quite get the sharp edges of the drawing. Any suggestions? :)

1/29/2009 3:24 AM  
Blogger anna wadham said...

I love your stamp, the pomegranate design is so pretty!

1/29/2009 3:31 AM  
Blogger Billy said...

Wow! It´s beautiful, as usual!

1/29/2009 3:33 AM  
Blogger MIRIAM REGINA said...


1/29/2009 4:28 AM  
Blogger Cicada Studio said...

I should really break out my carving set. This is very inspiring!

1/29/2009 4:43 AM  
Anonymous Rebecca said...

You have another fan of your stamps here, and the pictures you take of them are just as superb.

1/29/2009 4:49 AM  
Blogger Carlene said...

It's awesome! Such a great shape! (Do pomegranates really grow like that? I have no clue).

1/29/2009 5:49 AM  
Blogger Living Inspired said...

Like all of your stamps, this one is wonderful!

1/29/2009 6:03 AM  
Blogger Veroka said...

Precioso! el bloque de caucho es grande, no?

1/29/2009 6:26 AM  
Anonymous Betsy in Pittsburgh said...

Beautiful. We sure could use some color & blossom up here.

1/29/2009 6:47 AM  
Blogger RedHotPottery said...


1/29/2009 7:12 AM  
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1/29/2009 11:14 AM  
Blogger Bethgem said...

That's so cool that pomegranate plants look like that. It reminds me a little of a milkweed plant.

Awesome stamp. I love pomegranates.

1/29/2009 11:27 AM  
Blogger Elizabeth said...

gorgeous. you are inspiring me to start my own stamp collection.

1/29/2009 1:30 PM  
OpenID lauradodson said...

Oooh, love it.

Right around the corner from our home (along my walking route) is a house that has at least 5 pomegranate trees. I always thought they were Crepe Myrtles, but one day I noticed ALL THIS GORGEOUS FRUIT bobbing around on the branches. I really wanted to pluck some for me!

1/29/2009 2:46 PM  
Blogger Whosies said...

ok. i went and got me a few items and put them in a cigar box and then into my christmas stocking. So i could make my own too. i love it all-but--have not made one...yet!

1/29/2009 6:33 PM  
Blogger Moose said...

Ranking up there as one of my favorites for sure!

1/29/2009 8:06 PM  
Blogger Marie said...

AHAHHAHAHAH your blog is very very beautiful!! Your are un great artist!! clap clap

1/30/2009 10:30 AM  
Blogger Fada Moranga said...

Gorgeous!!! I really love your stamps! :-)***

1/30/2009 9:34 PM  
Blogger Rrramone said...

this is pomegroovy!

1/31/2009 6:00 AM  
Blogger Lise Lacroix said...

Hi, I love your stamps!! Looking at your works made me want to try it!! I bought your book, the speedball tool and some carving blocks. So much fun. I am happy with the results although mine are a little rough...but nothing that a marker can't fix :) I guess its to be expected at the beginning and with practice, I am getting better. Thank you so much for the inspiration and wonderful book!!

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