Quick post today... Above is an image of a couple more eraser stamps that I carved this week... a pair of scissors, a spool, and an antique key... I personally like the way the key and the spool turned out.
And I also carved a smaller version of a matryoshka girl.
The one to the right is the original one, and to the left is the new smaller version. I love matryoshka!
Sugoi! I love your hand craved eraser stamps! Very kawaii!
Thanks, Meeks!! And wow, you're good in Japanese :)
they r sooo cute...i enjoy carving ones in a while too. :D
Amy, Well done ! You are very skilful at eraser stamp curving now. I love all of them !
Thank you, Grace and PY, for your nice comments :) I'm no expert in eraser carving, but I enjoy it very much. The only problem is, that when I carve erasers, I end up having no time to sew, but if I sew, I don't have time to make stamps... help! I need more time to do both!! lol ;)
hi amy, i laughed when i read ur reply. you are right on the dot, time is the problem, we're always lacking of that. i'm in the same boat as you are :P
Hi, Amy , work and different activities leave us little leisure. My hubby encourages me to continue blogging. He adviced me to divide out my time wisely .
" Since you enjoy it, take your own sweet time to blog whenever you like ! " Ha ! what do you think ? I am still sewing whenever I am free . I would love to post them in my blog, so there is a possibility that I will be back very soon. :)
Hi, PY - You're so lucky to have such an understanding and sweet hubby! And I'd love to have you back into the blogging world, too! However, I think it's all up to you... If you feel confident to blog again, you should! But if you rather spend your precious free time sewing (without blogging) that's your choice, too! But even if you decide not to blog, I wish to see your projects on your flickr...if that's okay with you ;)
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