Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Bits of Flora

Bits of flora
Little set of stamps I carved this morning.
With the usual: Staedtler MasterCarve rubber stamp carving block,
Speedball linoleum cutter and my favorite ink pads.

32 Lovely Comments:

Blogger Beth said...

These are very, very cool! And you are very clever. I don't see anything about an Etsy shop. Do you sell your stamps? If not, might be something to think about.

7/13/2010 3:51 PM  
Blogger Dyche Designs said...

Those look amazing.

7/13/2010 3:55 PM  
Blogger Felicity said...

Your posts are so well edited. Just one simple image brings so much inspiration and splendidness.

Cheers!

7/13/2010 3:57 PM  
Anonymous The Muse of The Day said...

So pretty, pretty. I don't know what I like more: the carved stamps or the white imprints.

7/13/2010 4:00 PM  
OpenID Heather said...

Lovely!!!

7/13/2010 4:21 PM  
Blogger Hanna said...

What do you use to make the really small/thin lines and spaces?

7/13/2010 4:26 PM  
Blogger Heather T. said...

You're on a roll!

7/13/2010 4:31 PM  
Blogger blue china studio said...

You never cease to amaze me! These are beautiful.

7/13/2010 5:14 PM  
Blogger Susan King said...

What great stamps! How big are they?

7/13/2010 5:22 PM  
Blogger curlysusieQ said...

Lovely stamps:)

7/13/2010 6:13 PM  
Blogger Diana said...

I always love your stamps.

7/13/2010 8:30 PM  
Blogger Lavender Playground said...

This is so pretty and delicate. You are amazing!

7/13/2010 8:49 PM  
Anonymous Beth said...

So awesomely pretty!

7/13/2010 9:03 PM  
Anonymous Mylittlegreatworld said...

Gorgeous stamp !

7/13/2010 10:56 PM  
Blogger Jardino said...

Your presentation is always exquisitely styled... beautiful!

7/13/2010 11:58 PM  
Blogger Sarah Coggrave said...

Lovely stamps - are you going to sell them?

7/14/2010 1:49 AM  
Blogger life in yonder said...

Even your photo of a few carved stamps turn out to be a little piece of art. Me encanta!

7/14/2010 4:10 AM  
Blogger Margie Oomen said...

you are so very magical
and overflowing with creativity

7/14/2010 4:43 AM  
Blogger Cynthia said...

Wonderful stamps...jut lovely!!!

7/14/2010 5:51 AM  
Blogger Luisa said...

so beautiful. It's so cool that you make your own stamps

7/14/2010 5:52 AM  
Blogger ni said...

I want to do rubber stamps too!!!! Your work is sooo inspiring! I'm gooing to buy the stuff reallllllly soon! Have a great day! :)

7/14/2010 6:05 AM  
Anonymous rk said...

Your site inspired me to go to dickblick and buy myself some carving block (mine is battleship grey, should have bought white) and linoleium cutter. I will start carving tonight after seeing your exquisite carvings...mine won't be fancy but just want to give it a try. Re imprints, they seem hand drawn and not stamped if I am right? By the way, I have the same white acrylic ink. It doesn't come out stark white, it's quite faint. Is that because of background color of the paper? I hope you can respond to my query if you get a minute...I would REALLY appreciate that. Please keep inspiring me every day, I just love coming to your blog first thing in the morning!

7/14/2010 7:38 AM  
Anonymous jennifer allison said...

do you wash your stamps after using them...or just let the ink dry? they always look freshly inked in your photos (maybe just for the purpose of the photo) and i was just curious? would love virtual 'permission' not to wash these guys every time. ugh. :)

7/14/2010 8:28 AM  
Blogger Cait Wade said...

Really lovely, I will echo all that has been said above me!

I have a friend that carves stamps and I'm envious of both of your talents! It's a fun process to watch!

7/14/2010 9:33 AM  
Blogger pien said...

didnt look at your blog for about 2 weeks
and see what you have been making!
wonderful!

all so plesant for the eye
thnx

7/14/2010 10:23 AM  
Blogger Monkey Mind said...

Thanks for the link to the linoleum cutter. I didn't know something like that existed. I've been wanting to make my own stamps for awhile now. Yours are ver inspirational!

7/14/2010 11:48 AM  
Blogger Helmi said...

It is so beautiful.
grt. Helmi

7/14/2010 3:36 PM  
Blogger Katja said...

Thats so great. I wish I could buy carving block at my country. We have a similar material, but it is to soft.

7/15/2010 1:53 AM  
Blogger 71square said...

Oh goodie. Just what I need. Another addiction! :) Thanks for the tutorial on carving stamps!

7/15/2010 7:35 AM  
Blogger Bluebird Russian said...

youre so amazing!!!!

7/15/2010 11:22 AM  
Anonymous Marsha said...

These carved stamps are so beautiful. I love the fine detail.

7/15/2010 4:19 PM  
Blogger Frivolitea said...

those are wonderful hand carved stamps! Can you show what you did with them? Or direct me to where you already showed that? Thanks so much. your artwork is really amazing.

7/16/2010 8:23 AM  

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