Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Wishing you all much...

On Sunday I bought an eraser and today I went in search of Daniel's linoleum cutter and made my first ever eraser stamp. I'm sure it won't be my last... 

♥♥♥

23 comments:

  1. Clever stuff! I've never seen one of those before and yet so obvious a thing to try. I bet it wasn't easy though.

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    1. Not so easy - that's why there are all the little imperfections and gouges where they shouldn't be. However, it was FUN!! And I didn't cut my fingers... ;-)

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  2. Nicht schlecht für den Anfang ♥
    Bin auf deine weiteren Werke gespannt.
    LG Sabine

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    1. Bin ich auch, Sabine! Vor allem wenn ich mir mehr Zeit dafuer nehme... ;-) Liebe Gruesse, Silke

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  3. I've done these with wood, but have a couple of stamp blanks I bought on sale quite a while ago.
    Maybe I should try one too??? Wonder where my cutters are....hmmmmm....
    I think yours turned out great!
    (and will all fingers intact too....impressed!)

    XXOO~~
    Anne

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    1. This was so much fun, Anne!! And no injuries... I have another eraser and then I might need to get more. I also have some paper clay that's calling my name... xoxo Silke

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  4. Liebe Silke,

    mir gefällt es gut.

    In Liebe

    Elisabeth

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    1. Liebe Elisabeth, ich freue mich immer unheimlich ueber deinen Besuch hier!! Much love, Silke

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  5. Einen schönen Stempel hast du da *geschnitzt* Heute erst hab ich mir Linolwerkzeug besorgt. War noch auf der Suche von Stempelgummi etc. Die Idee mit dem Radiergummi ist supi.
    Einen lieben Gruß Kerstin

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    1. Liebe Kerstin,

      Ich habe mich sehr ueber deinen Besuch bei mir gefreut!! Ich konnte so schnell auch kein Stempelgummi finden, also dachte ich mir, dass ein Radiergummi auch funktionieren koennte...

      Viel Spass und einen lieben Gruss! Silke

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    1. Danke, Stefanie! Es hat auch viel Spass gemacht... Ganz liebe Gruesse, Silke

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    1. Thanks, Catherine! It was sort of ridiculous how much joy this little stamp brought me... Love, Silke

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  8. Stempel machen ist was feines.
    Ich mag es wen sie rauh aussehen, wie deiner.
    Perfektion ist doch stinklangweilig, oder?

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    1. Liebe Janine,

      Ich mochte schon immer die Stempel, die "hausgemacht" aussehen. Perfektion ist langweilig - da stimme ich dir voll zu!!

      Alles Liebe, Silke

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  9. Love-ly! I recently carved some stamps too, it is fun and yours turned out great! I'll bet you will be making more of these.

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    1. Isn't it FUN to make these?! I will be making more as well!! xoxo Silke

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  10. honestly you crack me up, silke. I don't know what your kindergarten experience was but you are making up for lost time! the child inside you is doing cartwheels; so many wonderful creative ideas

    btw, i love your city. that is where i am headed if i have nowhere to go :^)

    xoxo
    kj

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    1. Hahaha, KJ! Yes, I am making up for lost time. I remember from Kindergarten having to cut out a perfect circle and I couldn't do it. I don't remember a lot of fun stuff. Now I can play to my heart's content!! :-)

      And right now, Savannah is amazingly beautiful!! It's not too hot and everything is blooming...

      xoxo, Silke

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  11. Der ist toll geworden,
    viel Stempelspaß!

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  12. Hi Silke, der sieht toll aus!!!! Gute Idee!

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  13. That is just too awesome!!!! :) Can't wait to see more!

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