the stamps look so beautiful together. i am so inspired! i had plans of carving a new stamp this evening then got involved in blogland. the computer is going off and i am getting out my sketch, rubber and lino cutter. thanks!
I can remember making a lino block of a rhino, over 30yrs at school - I've been 'watching' your blog for a few months now and am seriously considering making some stamp blocks up and maybe using them for fabric dyeing / stamping - thanks
Thanks for sharing. I've been wanting to carve stamps ever since I saw your first one and I appreciate that you share your materials and techniques. (I've only ever carved a potato) I also love the "tools" posted in the sidebar. I've been fussing with white acrylic and a small brush. I'm going to order myself some ink and a pen!
i think i was dreaming of your stamps last night and I hadn't even seen this post yet. I think you should get some commercially made and sell them as wonderful little sets with beautifully colored stamp pads a la geninne.
I don't know how I missed you rblog until now. I have one of your bord series prints, which hangs in my kitchen and I love love love it! In fact, I looked yesterday at your shop to buy another but couldn't decide - I like them all! Don't mean to gush so much, but your blog is so beautiful, just like your art!
ahh lovely blog. i have been thinking about creating some stamps using some of my 4 yr old daughters doodle drawings but not sure how to go about making small stamps? can you advise me on any thoughts or techniques?