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March 21, 2012


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I've always wanted to do this ...even got lino carving tools waiting !
maybe i will look into it furthur now :) thanks for links and well done on your stamp carvings :)


Ooh.. Love homemade stamps it's something I'd like to get into. Did some lino carving with the dc a few years ago and still have the tools somewhere for that. Where'd you buy the pink carving block if you don't mind me asking? I'd love to see more stamps you carved and what you did with them. Julie is fab isn't she I did Technique-a-Palooza a few years ago now.
Worth every penny.


Mandy i got the speedy carve from an online shop: but you can get it in the online jungle too! ;0)
more stamps are coming...i've made lots...just a question of having the time and energy to upload them now!


Thanks Alix for the info about biying the speedy carve. Will be loking into it for sure.

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