Made a mini-me version of my flying bird stamp with the left over scraps of pink stuff. Some of you asked about the pretty tape with mushrooms on my inspiration board... It's a beautiful Japanese masking tape I bought at this Etsy shop.
Thanks for sharing and inspiring with your beautiful creations!! I've only just discovered your work! Fabulous. P.S. why-oh-why did you mention that Etsy shop??!!!LOL! I've just fallen in love with the stuff in there too! Time to save, save, save! Nina
Hi Geninne! I love the stamps, I wonder if you sell them. I´m from Argentina but my mother is visiting my sister who lives in North Carolina. She will be staying for 15 days. Is there any chance to get one of your stamps before the 15th of october there? Sorry for my english. Thanks a lot. Florencia
Your rubber stamps are so inspiring.. It is so interesting that each type of rubber is so different from another. I carve as well and try different things all the time. I started many years ago with an xacto knife and Staedtler erasers from Germany. I was living in Switzerland at the time, so they were easy to get. I love having the butter-like Speedball rubber.
Thank you for your beautiful talent. Your blog makes me smile. xo
You are so amazing. Everything you do is beautiful. Thank you for sharing your work, you are such an inspiration. I've followed you on Flickr for many years but only recently discovered your blog. I'll be back! :-)