15 March 2008

Crusade 18, part 2


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Ik kon de lijnen bij Hedwig niet weerstaan en heb gisteravond mijn versie gegutst. Uit een restje heb ik nog een hartje gemaakt. Het lijntje naast het hartje was ik per ongeluk vergeten weg te snijden , maar het staat wel mooi, dus nu ben ik er blij mee.
I couldn't resist Hedwig's journaling lines and last night I carved my own version. The tiny heart is carved from a scrap. The line on the side of the heart was an 'oops' at first, but now I've used the stamp I am very happy with it.



Deze stempels heb ik op een blokje moeten plakken, het materiaal was nogal vervormd door het jaren in de kast liggen. Er was niet mee te stempelen. Dus nu zijn het sjieke hout gemonteerde stempels *lol*
These both stamps I had to mount on wood blocks. The carving material was warped from laying several years in my drawer and was a pain to stamp with. I like the finished look of my own carved wood mounted stamps, easy to grab too *lol*

In het kort: Het is dus gewoon verslavend, dat stempels gutsen. Bedankt Michelle :)
In short: Carving stamps is addicting. Thanks Michelle :)


20 comments:

  1. I love the grungy affect you've created with your new stamps, they're fantastic!

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  2. Hoi Dymphie,
    ja, we houden elkaar wel bezig he? Die lijntje van jou zijn net weer iets anders dan die van mij! SUPERCOOL! Net als het hart trouwens... Het gaat alweer kriebelen! Ik weet in elk geval wat ik ga inslaan als ik in mei in de US ben!
    Hedwig

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  3. Woweeeeee! These are wonderful!! I use cardboard to get lines like that but a stamp is even better! Love the two together. Thanks for sharing Dymphie - your designs and your enthusiasm.

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  4. What a striking design! Combining two simple element was VERY powerful. It is fun to use those little scraps for clever little images.

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  5. Great new stamps, I love the look. The "oops" line at the side of the heart gives it character, and it almost looks like it's in motion. Very cool.

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  6. this crusade has been fabulous. look at those cool stamps. and you mounted them on wood too. sooooooo clever. love them both.

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  7. You are too much with talent. Lvoe the line stamp. Neat.

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  8. FANTASTIC Dymphie! I love how they work together too! Would you like to join my new club, Carv Addicts Anonymous? LOL

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  9. Wow, ze zijn super gelukt Dymphie...schitterend hartje~!!

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  10. Ziet er weer gaaf uit, vooral dat vergeten lijntje bij het hartje maakt hem helemaal te gek :o)

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  11. These are great. Fine idea to combine stamps. Wow.

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  12. I love the heart and the journalling lines...it looks terrific! Thanks for sharing.

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  13. WOW - I love how these 2 stamps play together... the lines are great (i need to go do lines now that I keep seeing them) and the heart with the mistake is just right!

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  14. WOW! This looks just great! And fun!

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  15. These stamps are great too. The look great both together and seperately. I love your 'oops' line on the heart, it gives it that little something extra.

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  16. I love seeing how we are inspiring each other, great effect with these carvings. -Kim

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  17. Your stamp designs are simple yet wonderful! And they look great together! :)

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  18. oh yes! love the lines!! What great ideas!

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  19. hahaha, addicting, hugh??
    love the design and combination of these!

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  20. These are nice! I have been trying to come up with ideas and didn't really give lines a thought but now I will!

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