The Research of the Carving of the Stamps

I am addicted to Google, you can find anything on the net, believe!

 

Thought I’d jot down the links from my research regarding carving your own stamps so that I have them all in one place:

 

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2 Comments

  1. Talk about lost and FOUND, I love the font for our headlines! Wow, very 1920 in a subtle yet sassy way. Makes me think of Mucha AND the Empire State Building every time I see the lettering.

    You really do know how to research and FIND. I am always amazed at how you manage to find all the things online that you do. No matter how I search I always end up where I really wish I hadn’t, scarred for life by what I accidentally saw.

  2. Jen

    Ha, now that you mention it, it is a bit deco! no wonder I like it ;) You know how into that area I am. Hmm, I feel a google moment coming on…

    Oh, that time that Mucha exhibition was in Stockholm and we went, totally inspiring to say the least! Gah, what to do, so many ideas and there are onlyso many free hours!

    Haha, but you always find the best sites for stamps! If i ever say “i’d like astamp like this or that” you always find it! Allthough, when you put it like that, I don’t know if I’d wanna know what you found on the way to that specifik page… who know what you find when you google “rubber” and “rabbit”… *flinch* /Jen

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