* artichoke stamp

Posted on November 20th, 2005 by maitreya. Filed under Paper Crafts.

Moki had a good idea for a swap. Everybody carves a stamp and stamps 20 papers and 20 other things with it. Then you get back 20 different ones from all the participants. Should be fun. I carved a little artichoke stamp for my contribution. I stamped 10 of these little bouquet garni bags I picked up at a kitchen store somewhere:


and 10 stickers, made wih a 1 inch punch and my Xyron sticker maker:


8 Responses to “artichoke stamp”

  1. laurie Says:

    this is beautiful – one of the best that i’ve seen. :)

  2. abby Says:

    yay! your stamp is beautiful. I can’t wait for that swap!

  3. joyce Says:

    nice stamp!
    those bags are cute too!

  4. helen Says:

    That stamp is so cute :) Can’t wait to see what others do.

  5. Kristina Says:

    Great stamp – subtle and simple.
    Wish I was in the swap, there better be another, for me to join!! Can’t wait to see the whole package, can you?

  6. Cassi Says:

    Great stamp and I really love it stamped on the garni bags!

  7. moki Says:

    Wow! Very nice!

  8. elizabeth Says:

    how cute! i can’t wait to see everyone’s results :)


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