5.5.11

Reflections

Recently there was such a nice reflection on my wall, I thought it's worth to show it. And I made another rubber stamp, this time a curry leaf. Carving rubber is such a relaxing work and it's far less strenuous for the hands than linocuts are. I'm thinking of decorating some stationery with it. Hope you are having a good Thursday!

8 comments:

Mdmslle. said...

Ich liebe diese Stempel! Mehr davon!

coco said...

it's almost like that reflection is dancing in your room.

Claudia, it is so nice that you find other things you can do while resting your hands. I have never seen curry leaves..do you have it over there?would love to see if you can ever take a picture. by the way, I love eating curry. Do YOU?

eva vercauteren said...

Really pretty. I've been wanting to start using these rubbers and cut out shapes. So I can make fabrics that way. They'd be more unique.

I really love this one. So nicely made! Make sure you share what you do next with them.

Alicia said...

what a nice reflection and leafs!

ameskeria said...

Claudia! your rubber stamps are awesome! you cuold make a tutorial, or sell them! I really like them :)

Lisa said...

Your stamps are amazing, I really like the one with the curry-leaves. It's good that you can do something without hurting your arm too much. How is the recovery going?

wide-eyed said...

@Mdmslle.: Vielen Dank! Mal schaun, was sich machen lässt ;)

@eva: you should really try it, it is so much fun! I also used them for printing fabric and shirts, it works well!

@Alicia: Thanks!

@ameskeria: I'm glad you like them, I made a lot of them in the past, but now I think I am making some more again, it's better for my hand at the moment than crocheting.

@Lisa: Thank you! My arm is doing better every day now, glad it is much faster than last year where it lasts over 6 weeks. Maybe because I stopped earlier and wore from the beginning on the splint.

Maggie said...

Beautiful stamp! I;d love to see what you end up making with it. :)