Saturday, August 27, 2011

La Liebre, el Zanate y el Garambullo

Red Hare Stamp
Red Hare
El zanate y el garambullo
La Liebre y el Zanate.
New stamps I made yesterday of some critters & cactus
that are very typical of this area.
You can get an alphabet rolling stamp like mine at this link.

28 Lovely Comments:

Blogger se7en said...

Amazing!!! I love it!!! Hope you are having a great weekend!!!

8/27/2011 8:17 AM  
Blogger Margie said...

Good grief! This may be my all time favorite of your magnificent handmade stamps. Yikes!

8/27/2011 8:23 AM  
Blogger med nål och tråd said...

I giant red hare. Just wow!

8/27/2011 8:27 AM  
Anonymous Satsumabug said...

This hare really made me smile. She (he?) looks so tranquil!

8/27/2011 8:43 AM  
Anonymous Rendell said...

He's awesome! I love the alphabet stamp as well, it could be a lot of fun.

8/27/2011 8:44 AM  
Blogger Amy said...

Love this! Feels like it's part of an animal folk tale that I'd want to read.

8/27/2011 8:59 AM  
Blogger barbara@sparrowavenue said...

i agree with Amy: Br'er Rabbit in the dessert or something like that

and that roller stamp...mmm so cool

8/27/2011 11:20 AM  
Anonymous Anne-Marie said...

These are so wonderful!

8/27/2011 11:31 AM  
Blogger Mónica Zúñiga said...

Amo su trabajo señora Geninne! Una gran isnpiracion!
Gracias por compartir!

8/27/2011 11:55 AM  
Blogger Lily said...

Great done!

8/27/2011 12:09 PM  
Blogger nicole said...

I love the hare's restful expression. Lovely.

8/27/2011 12:37 PM  
Blogger laurel said...

Great stamps and I love how you combined them. The tree is my favorite.

8/27/2011 1:00 PM  
Anonymous lamina @ do a bit said...

I just love your new stamps!!! Very inspiring :)

8/27/2011 1:30 PM  
Blogger dotblogg said...

they look so good!:)) what a pity I cannot buy big carving block here..
have a good Sunday!!

8/27/2011 2:06 PM  
Blogger FarfallaDK said...

Oh, you always make so beautiful and amazing stamps!
I love them.
I, myself, like to make my own stamps too and you are a huge inspiration to me. I always visit your blog to get inspiration.
Thanks for sharing your creations!

8/27/2011 11:39 PM  
Anonymous Hidden Garden Jewelry said...

Love those stamps that you make,they are so detailed and sweet :)Could you tell us what tools you use (if it's not a secret)?

8/28/2011 2:53 AM  
Anonymous yna said...

The alphabet rolling stamp is a good idea. Try to find some in Germany...
And I like the rabbit. In chinese horoscope I am a rabbit ;-)

8/28/2011 3:15 AM  
Blogger Clare said...

Absolutely Delightful!

8/28/2011 3:17 AM  
Blogger The Pea Pod said...

I really like the idea of cutting my own stamps but I haven't found a supplier of the rubber in the UK...I just need to keep on looking.

Your stamps work so well x

8/28/2011 4:59 AM  
Blogger Jenny said...

Absolutely love them!! :)

8/28/2011 5:12 AM  
Anonymous Sewon said...

Ohh my goodness, these are wonderful! I'm definitely inspired to carve out a little stamp now. xx

8/28/2011 8:12 AM  
Anonymous Leonie said...

It's lovely to see something based on your Mexican surroundings, it's fun to see something from halfway across the world :)

And... I caved and bought a alphabet rolling stamp - it looks like so much fun, for postcards, journals... I can't wait for my little parcel from South Korea to arrive.

8/28/2011 2:24 PM  
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8/28/2011 2:49 PM  
Blogger thewillowsnest said...

these are great! they look so cute stamped on that paper.. hmmm. love the rolling stamp.. neat idea!

8/28/2011 6:20 PM  
Blogger Kathleen Maunder said...

That hare is beyond gorgeous! I hope I become halfway as skillful as you someday with my rubber stamp skills!!! (You have such a beautiful eye plus those wonderfully steady hands!)

8/28/2011 7:57 PM  
Blogger Bee Rozatti said...

Dear J. . .you have been an inspiration to me for a few years now. . .I have been carving my own stamps after being prompted by your art. I enjoy the process, and take much pleasure in your work & life! Great job J!

8/29/2011 7:42 AM  
Blogger Lisa said...

Gorgeous work as always. Especially love the cactus. Have you seen this video?
It's pretty neat.

8/29/2011 2:12 PM  
Blogger Taps said...

What beautiful stamps. Your work is gorgeous!

8/30/2011 1:03 AM  

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