Birds and Trees

Packages of beautiful notecards have slowly been making there way to me. I have received 7 sets so far, and lots more are on the way. It is so exciting and fun to receive packages in the mail everyday. Opening them up is my favorite part. So far, I am very blown away by the talent and creativeness of you swappers!

This is my contribution to the swap. Lots of carving and lots of stamping. It was a nice, quiet, relaxing project.

Adendum:

Don’t forget to check out my Rubber Stamp Tutorial for tips on making rubber stamps.

Blick E-Z CutSpeedball Speedy Stamp and Speed-Cut Blocks are all excellent choices for making stamps.  They are high quality, soft and easy to cut with linoleum cutters.  Very safe too.

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13 Responses to Birds and Trees

  1. Leticia says:

    I love your stamping!! Is it as hard as it seems?

  2. Dallas says:

    These are gorgeous cards. I really want to learn how to carve stamps.

  3. Melanie says:

    totally gorgeous. stamping sounds like goood fun.

  4. Becky says:

    I’ve done the linoleum stamps before, back in my high school art class, but these are so much cooler! I love your layering.

  5. Oh Regina! That card is absolutely lovely!

  6. Ericka says:

    WOW!! Your cards are awesome!! I hope I get one of your in my pack of swap cards! hint, hint 🙂

  7. Elizabeth says:

    These are beautiful! I love how you sewed the pieces on.

  8. Kelli says:

    Oh my goodness — those carved stamps are out of this world! I just love it. I’ve never done that before. Is it difficult?

  9. Michelle says:

    Geez, I love your stamps! You are so good at that! I especially like how versatile all these elements are, there are a million possibilities with the ones you created for this card. Fantastic.

  10. kathy says:

    Wow Regina, I LOVE all the layers in your design. It’s truly spectacular. I’d would be very interested if you posted about how you store your stamps and what your plans are for them longer term. You have an amazing talent with these, I’m feeling inspired to integrate this technique with fabric.

  11. Hanna says:

    I recently carved my first stamps and yours are beautiful! I think its difficult to get it right, so I’m impressed with your work! 🙂

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