Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Thanks to a great tip off from Anke, I've finally got my hands on some Speedball for my rubber stamp carving. It came from Blade Rubber (who do mail order). If you need to know something there's always a blogger with an answer.



Feeling shattered tonight - I went to see "The Devil Wears Prada" yesterday and I am paying the price this evening. Just can't take the pace any more!

14 comments:

Laura said...

Those are great looking stamps! I've just started myself, on the softer mastercarve white stuff. I felt that I was all thumbs.

kirsten said...

fun, fun! i've been thinking about making some holiday ones, too.

melissa said...

looks like you've mastered those stamps- I have been wanting to try that craft too, but don't think my carving skills would be up to it. They'll make wonderful Christmas cards/gifttags.

monica said...

how lovely!

and how was the movie? worth it? or should I read the book?

tiel s-k said...

isn't it fantastic stuff. So smooth to use. I love the reindeer.

Julie said...

Those stamps are great - love your designs - give us a film review then!

capello said...

i just about fell out of my chair. love the stamps!

Gemma said...

I want Rudolph! I don't think I could be trusted with anything sharp enough to carve like that.
:-)

Momma Pajama said...

Isn't it awful? I don't even like staying up to watch a movie at home, because the next day I'm toast! Geeesh!!

bigbucketgirl said...

Thanks for the message! I can't seem to email you to say thanks. I agonised over the post all night and then bottled it and had to hit delete. The stamps look good. Did you buy the block stuff locally or in the net. Well done.

Simmy said...

The stamps look great. Must google and have a look at them. I especially like the middle one you did.

Donna said...

These are lovely, so beautifully carved.

I went to see the Devil wears Prada last week, loved it, did you?

Rebecca said...

I've been wanting to try stamping too, thanks for the uk mail delivery link, we don't have many craft suppliers in Ireland so this kind of contact is like gold dust.

jojo* said...

Sorry I've been such a loser blog friend lately. I'll try to make it up to you! :(

I LOVE this stamp. I can see all kinds of possibilities. I need to try making some sometime.