July 18, 2008

new stuff!

I know I have been promoting my shop a lot lately (no shame here). But the reason is because I want to stock it of items that I have been working on to then post some crafty stuff here on my blog. I am talking about new projects and some free tutorials.

For this I need the help of my wonderful readers and people who visit and comment on my blog. I have received emails from some visitors asking questions about many of my projects but thanks to my shop and busy schedule I have been unable to answer all of them. So, I would love some input from readers that are interested to know how to make, craft, or sew something (that is why this blog is called craft pudding, isn't it?). Now, start posting some comments!

Now, I know I spend most of my spare time crafting and all of that but I am not expert and obviously I don't know everything. I will limit to my current knowledge to answer your questions as well as make them as illustrated as possible (wow! I just used the check spelling thingy and there were not misspellings! I always post with lots of them, sorry).

OK, back to what I came for..oh yes! Shameless promotion. Here are some new items that I worked on last week and finally added to the shoppe.





Some buttons I made




Some linen tape

27 comments:

Aurelia said...

I received my stamps the other day, they are great, thanks a lot !!!
You're doing a great job !!

amanda said...

i would like a tutorial about stamp carving if u can

thank u very much

dorin said...

everythig is so cute, i love your blog, i think i agree with amanda, i would like to learn more about home made stamps and carving on rubber.

annemarie said...

I am the odd one out - I would love to see your pattern or tutorial for you cupcake pincushion. I have searched your blog but cannot find the pattern. Thanks

Cami said...

Oh so gorgeous. You are really talented and creative. I love your stuff. It would be nice to learn about stamp carving, but maybe you shouldn't give away all of your secrets... Just something to think about. I've done some carving myself, but I think one really needs the artistic talent for drawing to make it really good! Unfortunately I was passed over for that talent.

dana said...

I would like to see a tutorial about stamp carving too, only if you want to of cours.

cafegirl71 said...

You are one of my favorite Etsy stores. I love your style.

Dyan said...

So much cuteness! I love the twill tape and the buttons are fun too. Let's see... I would love to learn how to make...stamps!You've inspired me.
Dy

Clear Pink said...

I love the new products.

Now I just need to figure out what I could do with them...

bony said...

Oh, pleaze teach us something about caving stamps

Thank you so much, you'r site is one of my favorites

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mollycupcakes said...

Thank you sweetie,
I got my stamps and they are just gorgeous.
Loving all the new items.
Many hugs.
Catherine x

Lisa Isaacs said...

I just want to tell you that your stamps are delightful! I am so glad that I found your site. How do you manage to carve the names so beautifully - and backwards?!!

Karin said...

I love your blog! I'm pretty new to stamp carving, still experimenting, and something I would love to read about is your thoughts on different stamp carving materials. I haven't found any I really love yet, so advice from a more experienced carver would be awesome! :) Take care!

tamdoll said...

I was wondering where you find the linen tape to stamp on?

Dada's place said...

You have such a wonderful blog. I LOVE your stamps! They're just gorgeous. I'm glad to found your blog.

Jenn said...

I love love love your stamps, they are so cute!

Trish said...

stamp carving tute, definitely. and instructions on how we can special-order them from you for when we get frustrated! p.s. I hope you are enjoying your "break" for August!

Beth said...

Hi there. I found your blog through auntie cookie and I adore your stamps. I have been wanting to explore stamping for a while and you have me inspired!

www.bushelandapeck.typepad.com said...

Love the new ribbon...so very cute! I have one of our stamps and just love it.

greavesdesign said...

You are a very talented illustrator. I am also very impressed at how well you can translate your work to the stamping medium. Once you are back I would love to order a custom stamp (or 2)!
hope you are having a great summer!

Vanessa Guerra said...

olá é a primeira vez que passo no teu blog e fiquei fascinada com o trabalho artesanal que fazes.. parabens.. beijo

Kali said...

a.d.o.r.a.b.l.e. work!
love it all :)
xo Kali

Shimmy Shake said...

Those buttons are fabulous - well done, just so cute. Any tute would be great...always fun to learn new things.

Beti Copetti said...

Hi!
I am suggesting your blog to my readers in BlogDay 2008.
www.casaalmarepatchwork.com
Beti

blueberries in the fields said...

your blog is really a joy to read and to admire. I love what you do.i also want to mention i tagged you for a challenge contest.it is for a good cause, so please, if you do have a moment, go to my blog andfollow the link. thanks so much and have a happy day !
p.s. anyone who read this comment is allowed to participate at the challenge . the more the better !