Friday, March 13, 2009

good thing


i've been having some fun carving these stamps.  actually, i think i'm addicted!  it's like therapy, only cheaper.  and the fact that my hands stay busy means i'm not sticking something chocolate in my mouth every time i turn around.  yes, this stamp carving is a very good thing...

15 comments:

laurens.paint.palette said...

Very clever! I love it!

Carol Sloan said...

(found you at Jane's blog) Love your carved stamps! And your books...awesome design! I'm going to run over to your etsy shop right now...

Martha Lever said...

These agre great, Lori. Carving is so much fun. Love the hand---and wow--you drew a hand! As you see in all my paintings I avoid (much to my dismay)drawing hands.

2ifbysea said...

I love it! You've got me wanting to get out my carving tools.

Tess said...

WHen all else fails...remember to loook up!
Wonderful carving, you do such great detail.

Carmen said...

So cool! I love how much you are enjoying this!

T.Allen-Mercado said...

This is great! Will they be available in your shop?

Lisa Lectura Creations said...

Hi Lori! Great stamp! Looks so much fun and relaxing to carve. Wonderful design too! Have a great weekend!

Hugs,
Lisa :)

Jennifer DeDonato said...

Looks wonderful. I went just this morning to get some new speedball carving tools. You really did a wonderful job...yay!

shiborigirl said...

Oh, yeah, you're on a roll...

Much better than chocolate, and it lasts longer :)

Kate

Jenn said...

I love your stamps Lori!!
You have inspired me to get
some new tools and carve some
of my own. I don't think I've done
it since highschool art class and I remember absolutely loving the process!!!

happy weekend:):) xox...jenn

julie king said...

wow!!! i'm impressed!

Teri Leigh said...

I just learned to carve stamps and it really is addictive. Yours turned out so nice!

Debbie said...

I'm addicted to carving too! Love the hand.

random notes said...

I love this carving! This gives me more inspiration for more of my own carving. I see my friends Carol Sloan and Martha Lever are blogging you too.
Jane

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