That looks like fun - I've been reading about carving with erasers recently, nice to see someone doing it!Helen S
That's a cool flower stamp, and I also like the circles you have on the other eraser.Yuk - today was grocery shopping day so no art was done.
Gosh, that takes me back to school, that's the last time I did anything like that carving/printing! Simple yet effective :D xx
Hi there, bit of flying visit from me today but just wanted to pop in and say Hi. Thanks for sharing your little corner of the world with us this week. Hope your creative journey this week is a good one!
lovely stamp! I have a big box of store-bought stamps but my hand made ones always end up being my favorites because they're personal.
I have some erasers waiting for me to carve; I just need to get a good carving tool. It is fun to see your experiments with this, as I am looking forward to doing some experimenting myself.
Yes - simple but works well. It reminded me of my teaching days when we used to do fab potato printing - I wonder where my lino cutting tools went? have a great week. x Jo
Wow that looks interesting, I might have to give it a go.I am a new follower of your blog, if you have a few spare minutes please pop over and say hello I came across you via WOYWW.Helen x
ohoo I have a link on my sidebar about something like this,but not quite, reminds me a bit of lino cutting,haven't done tat in years, looks like fun, have a happy woyww(Lyn)