Tea? Yes! Redbush tea, ofcourse.
Hello. This stamp is just to say... whatever you want to whoever you want. I just want to say: I've been out of the stampcarving 'business' for two months, so to give myself an easy start I'm back in my comfortzone; cats. But that sentence is a little bit too long to fit in the stamp. So I just put it here. And we will see what this stamp will be used for in future.
We had a snake in our garden.
It wasn't a big one, but walking to the car in the dark I saw something crawling on the floor and I decided to jump over it.
So, a new idea for an alphabet-stamp was born. That's how it goes.
|size 3 x 4 centimeters|
And again, a small piece of art where there was nothing, a couple of hours ago.
Everybody can do it :-)
My best best friend.
My dushi ;-)
'I am making a stamp of your portrait, just like the one I made of myself the other day.'
'Shouldn't you take a closer look at me then?'
'No, I'm doing it by heart, I know you.'
'We have a lot of pictures...'
'No thank you, this is not a picture, this is a quick drawing (again) like the one I made of myself the other day.'
'Are you sure this is me..?'
|in his favorite color :-)|
I love cats, I think I mentioned that before.
I don't have one myself.
I think I mentioned that before too...
So every once in a while I make my own cat :-)
(Check the labels for 'cats'.)
First I made the drawing and started cutting:
After the first impression I decided to also cut out the rest of the face:
Then I glued it onto a piece of original Aruba driftwood ;-)
First there's nothing and then there's your own piece of art :-)
'C' is for Cat
What do you think?
Feel an alphabet coming up?
(You never know...)
Sandra is a schoolteacher. But in her spare-time, she's also a scoutinggirl :-). I don't know much about scouting, but I do know people use different names, being a scoutingleader. And Sandra is one. So for the namestamp she ordered, she asked me to use the caracter of her scoutingname.
|(image from the internet)|
Do you recognize him? Let me know!
We were talking about applecake yesterday. Kevin and I were with our friends, taking a walk along the beautiful rough coastline of 'our' island. And talking about applecake... And since then, the applecake hasn't left my mind. In Delft (Holland) there's a place where you can find the best of the whole world. I was very lucky to find a restaurant overhere where they also know how to make a good applecake.
But we are not there right now. Applecake on my mind, no applecake on my plate... (and I'm not a good cook and we don't have an oven...).
So, today's stamp inevitably had something to do with food...
Use it on a label for a present.
Or on a label that holds together fork and knife, maybe even with the names of your dinerguests on it.
Or make your own diner-invitationcard. Or so.