Any time I have take a rubber stamp carving class, the instructions are to clean the stamp off with windex or or a "baby wipe" to get the ink off. You seem to have ink all over your carved stamps. Please explain.
These look delightful Geninne, the stamps are so well detailed. Well done on the magazine article, it all looks gorgeous. Don't think I can get a copy though?? :( It inspires me to create some more, thank-you!
My copy of the mag arrived on Nov. 1....I forgot about your stamps being featured, so it was a nice surprise to see them! I agree with Vanessa - I wish my stamps would turn out better, too. I need more practice!
Genuine- I have to tell you, I LOVE your stamps and artwork. When I started carving stamps, I looked for examples online in Google Images and yours are by far, the most beautiful examples that I could find. I was wondering if you could tell me two things, are you still able to buy Mastercarve carving block anywhere? I can't find it anywhere and from what I have seen, it is the carving block most preferred by you and others that carve really well. Also, how do you make the very tiny details, like little tiny dots and circles, etc. on your stamps? I can't seem to get the detailsmto come out really well because the block sort of crumbles. I have been trying to use Moo Carve brand. Thank you for any info! I appreciate it so much! Kristie @ FixItUpWoman.com