9.5.11

Printing cards & envelopes

I carved some more leaf stamps and printed 2 sets of 6 greeting cards with matching envelopes for my shop (will add them soon). Also I picked 3 little strawberries from my strawberry plant. Considering that it stands only on my indoor window sill, it is doing quite well :) Happy Monday to everyone!

13 comments:

bambi kann beißen said...

oh wie schön. ich will so was auch unbedingt mal machen...nehm mir jetzt bald mal die zeit dazu.

sonnengruß
tatjana

Lanapelana said...

Wow! These are really beautiful! Love the colors you used :)

eva vercauteren said...

Oh. I can't wait to pick my first strawberries! Yours look amazing.

I like all the different stamps you've made so far. They match well together. And the cards and envelopes look lovely!

Mdmslle. said...

Yummy, strawberries! Most I love the "Fensterblatt" print, but honestly I love them all!

Jessica Braz said...

The prints are lovely! And congratulations on harvesting your first strawberries :)

Alicia said...

lovely ones!

Lisa said...

Waw, your card look very nice! And your strawberries look delicious :)

Lini said...

die sind echt wunderschön, aus welchem material schnitzt du die?

wide-eyed said...

@Lini: Das ist Radiergummi. Man kann ganz normale Radiergummis verwenden oder es gibt auch speziell dafür größere Radiergummiplatten. Bisher hab ich die nur beim "Bösner" gefunden. Bussi

ANNA said...

W U N D E R B A R <3 <3 <3

coco said...

ginkgo leaves are nice aren' they. You did a good job. It makes me want to do some stamp making. It seems that you found many things latelyl and very inspiring.
Is your hand/arm getting better, I hope.
Soon, I would say good night..as it night time now. Have a good day!
I am really in a big mood to get away to Europe.

studio meez said...

Stamping is so much fun! Love the stamps you made, so so beautiful!

Maggie said...

These are so beautiful! I love your carved stamps. Whenever I do hand-carving, mine never turn out this intricate or delicate.