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March 17, 2008

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michelle ward

Stephanie - I'm loving what you're doing with the metal tape! And yay that your tools arrived. Such a pro you are - especially to take on cutting around those circles. Yikes!! Fab designs - thanks for sharing with the crusaders. Can't wait to see what you do next!

Mo'a

Your flashing tape art is great and I love the Poppy Goddess.
I look forward to seeing what you do with your new carved stamps.

vicki cook

Gorgeous poppy goddess "shrine" and gorgeous carvings! I esp love the amazing leaf copied from the borrowed stamp. Hope you post what you create with the new stamps! - vicki xo

ArtKat

Your stamps are fabulous, amazing work with the flashing tape, too! :)

Julie Prichard

I said it once and I'll say it again...the things you're doing with that tape are SPECTACULAR!!!

And your carvings....really great!! Hooray!

Lea

These are great, I so love your shrines! And I can't wait to see what's a swirling inside your head!!!

Kim Tedrow

Great work with the flashing tape, I have some and haven't started to play with it yet. Great stamps, love the first one especially. I wonder if using the tip for an icing bag might not help to get a good "hole" cut. -Kim

Kim Tedrow

Great work with the flashing tape, I have some and haven't started to play with it yet. Great stamps, love the first one especially. I wonder if using the tip for an icing bag might not help to get a good "hole" cut. -Kim

Maj

Beautiful works you are showing here! I really like the metal works. And I am looking forward to seeing your henna hands stamps - clever idea!

Maj

Beautiful works you are showing here! I really like the metal works. And I am looking forward to seeing your henna hands stamps - clever idea!
(please delete the first comment - I added a wrong URL for some reason...)

hedwig

Hi Stephanie
the tape AND the stamps: it ALL looks gorgeous!! It IS addictive, isn't it, carving your own stamps?!
Hedwig

Dymphie

Gorgeous stamps, all of them. Could a screw punch make the holes in the carving material? I have to try that soon to see if it works. Thanks for jogging my mind :)

Carrie

Beautiful designs! I haven't figured out how to do tiny dots either.

JeriAnn

Can you hear me saying "oooooooohhhh!" all the way from here? Everything is so fabulous! The shrine and the goddess are simply amazing. And you've got me pondering. I wonder if there's a way to combine the tape and the stamps? Hmm!

Jenny F

Don't know if this has been mentioned or not but I would use a Japanese Book Drill for making perfect holes, they are $40 or $50 and I have used mine for years in so many different ways that I can't even begin to tell you. Your flashing tape looks fabulous. Wow I had no idea. Keep it up, fantastic.

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