Wednesday, April 10, 2013

What's on Your Workdesk? Wendesday, #201--hand carved stamp

So last night, I wanted a stamp of ocean waves.  And I made one!
It's been a long time since I carved a stamp, and it was very satisfying.

Well, that's it, in the interest of brevity, as well as me getting into the shower and
out the door.  If you leave a comment or follow, I will do my best to hunt you down
and return the favor--see you later, WOYWWers!  (click HERE if you want to be
a woywwer, too!)

19 comments:

lynnesbowsandbelles said...

This is something that is on my To Do list, it must be so satisfying to create your own stamps.
Wishes
Lynne

akilli melek said...

now I'm really impressed, making your own stamps...wow. it takes me all my skill to use them right, never mind make one.
caroline (akillimelek #69)

505whimsygirl said...

Wow! What did you carve in? I love your stamp!!!

Happy WOYWW
Kay (12)

scrappyjen said...

Love your hand made stamp! jenx 129

aimee said...

what fun!! i love carving stamps (usually out of erasers) even though I'm not very good at it. Love yours!

Anne Gratton said...

I just bought a carving block and was going to give something like this a try---thanks for the inspiration!

trisha too said...

Okay, I just wanna say, having carved stamps from linoleum, erasers and the printmaking/carving blocks--the carving blocks are SO much easier to use, it's just a joy!!

:)

aworkofheart said...

Being a new stamper, I never actually thought of making my own...but what a great idea. That is why this blog hopping thing is so great, we get to learn new ideas from each other. So track me down girlfriend, and join my blog! I will be honored to have you on board! Hugs, Cathryn

Neet said...

Hats off to you for carving that stamp which looks lovely I must say. Me and carving my own - don't get on at all. Well done! Thanks for visiting me earlier - Hugs, Neet number 16 xx

Jackie said...

This is on my to do list getting very close to the top ... You did a great job with yours
Thanks for visiting me
Jackie 3

Maisie Moonshine said...

Love this! It looks like a work of art in itself with all that texture. Amazing MMx #66

scrappystickyinkymess said...

Nifty! I tend to do fun foam stamps as they are dead easy, but not carved them since high school art class. Love the waves.

Happy (late) WOYWW

MA (10)

froebelsternchen Susi said...

what a fab blog Trisha!
Glad about having found you - became follower!

FROEBELSTERNCHEN FROM AUSTRIA

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Anna said...

Oh...LOVE your hand-carved waves stamp!

I have a couple of big boxes of stamps that I carved many years ago. I keep telling myself that I need to get them out and use them again and maybe carve some more.

I have a big 8 by 10 block of Uncle Walters carving block that you can't even get anymore and every once in a while when I open that cabinet, I hear calling my name!

Anna #150

Netty said...

terrific handmade stamp Trisha.
Annette x

http://nettysartadventures.blogspot.co.uk/

Nan G said...

That is so cool! Now what do you carve a stamp out of....rubber...foam? Thanks for your visit. Happy WOYWW! Nan #9

Shelly Schmidt said...

That is awesomely cool! I just bought a few supplies to try to carve me own stamp...... what a neat design you have made- look forward to seeing it on a finished project : )

trisha too said...

Nan, I used a block specifically made for carving stamps, but you can use erasers, too.

Having used both, I suggest just getting the carving block--so much more pleasant to work with!

:)

Joanna said...

Super wave stamp, well done!

x