I love seeing how the designs change depending on which way you rotate the stamp! Somewhat of a Moroccan flavor, n'est-ce pas?
Multiple tiles - oof! I made a few mistakes!
A new carve made a sort of Mexican flower design.
On the left, the same stamp as above rotated so it wouldn't make the flower. On the right, going geometric.
Each carve and stamping makes me want to do another one. Very addicting!
And then there are the carves I do for letterboxing. Here are two of the latest:
A bald eagle looking to steal an osprey's catch of the day. This stamp was inspired by an event that Rattollie got to witness on one of his dog walks by the Sandy River.
I carved this stamp this past weekend while up in Victoria, BC. It's inspired by the First Nations wood carvings - in particular, a Haida wood carving. I didn't get the chance to plant this letterbox while we were up there, so I'll have to wait until next year's annual hockey tournament when we go back!
Do I wish I could just stay home and carve all day? Yes! But alas, time to get ready for school. See you later!