Saturday, August 7, 2010

Sunday Sketches








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I am delighted to be a part of Sunday Sketches. My sketches for today are of some Victorian houses, the architecture of Victorian homes has that intricate detail that I love!! I decided to turn my sketches for this week into some stamps since I'm on a stamp kick lately.

18 comments:

  1. Yippeee! So glad you are joining us Rebecca!!! It's great to have you at Sunday Sketches.
    Your stamps, are amazing!
    xxoo
    Heather

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  2. Rebecca, I too, adore Victorian Houses, yours are OUTSTANDING!!! I think that's so cool you made a stamp out of them too! Let the fun begin!

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  3. What wonderful sketches ~~ and THEN you carved stamps to match! Love these, Rebecca!

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  4. The houses look GREAT ! oh..only if i had one..LOL
    Your eraser stamp carving skill is amazing, Rebecca! Hope you are having a wonderful Sunday =)

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  5. Your stamps are awesome. How quick you became an expert. Love the houses.

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  6. Wow, I can't believe you made stamps that detailed... So cool. The sketches were great too - all those stories waiting to be told behind the windows :)

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  7. These drawings and stamps are awesome. I love old victorians, in fact we almost bought one a while ago. These are just great. Makes me want to wander through the rooms and dream about the people that must have lived there quite happily.

    Smiles!

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  8. Wow, these are wonderful!! I just adore Victorian houses, so these are right up my alley! :) I love that you turned them into stamps too, very cool! Have a great Sunday :) ~Lauren

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  9. LOVE your Victorian House sketches. I am a LOVER of anyting Victoria. :) Impressed with the stamps, too. You go girl.

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  10. Awesome stamps!!! I have to get me some of those erasers for sure!!!!

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  11. These stamps and drawings are great Rebecca. You certainly have a knack for these carved stamps.
    Lee:)

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  12. your sketches and stamps are wonderful! I checked out more of your blog too and really enjoyed your art!

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  13. Love making stamps - love Victorian houses! These are great!

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  14. WOW! That's amazing! Great job with the stamp.

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  15. Rebecca! I love these Victorian house sketches! Fabulous. And; your Zentangles are amazing. I just started doing them and find them to be so relaxing! I love your Blog and art!

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  16. your houses are quite charming! and to make them into stamps is brilliant~

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  17. the sketch and stamp are quite different but nicely done

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  18. I love these sketches! Victorian houses are so beautiful and you did an awesome job drawing them! Such a great idea to turn it into a stamp too. Really really cool. :)

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