The Woodcutter’s daughter

When I sketched “Nearly Naomi” in the old moon diary, I was watching (or trying not to!), Titanic 2. I put her on my Flickr and someone left me a comment asking me if she was a stamp, when I used the image at a slightly reduced size, on a journal page. I began to wonder if it would be possible to cvarve her as a stamp myself? It was a bit ambitious, but I did it last night, during “Wild at Heart”!!

Handcarved Naomi!

Cool, huh?! I’m really happy with her – even DD was impressed! And here for TMTA, is an ATC I created, using Naomi – the Woodcutter’s daughter… How can I better express myself? 😉

The Woodcutter's daughter...

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17 Comments

  1. Yvonne

     /  February 7, 2011

    This is way more than cool, Rosie! FANTASTIC, my friend!!

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  2. Very expressive and beautiful face…

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  3. Pat

     /  February 7, 2011

    the stamp is lovely and very well carved, would expect nothing less from you Rosie.

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  4. danisart

     /  February 7, 2011

    wow i love it

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  5. Scatter

     /  February 7, 2011

    Is there no end to your talent? That’s amazing!!

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  6. wow, great one!

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  7. OH.MY.GOODNESS… I’m speachless Rosie – Naomi is marvelous! You’re so talented, I’m very impressed!

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  8. love your hand carved stamp! great atc!

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  9. brilliant!

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  10. BRAVO!!!!!!!!!!!

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  11. Wonderful Rosie – she looks fab

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  12. Great carving and wonderful ATC.

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  13. stunning art Rosie!

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  14. Wow, this is absolutely amazing. Great job(s)!

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  15. Oh, wow, very very cool!!

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  16. I have no idea how this post got by me, but I’m so glad I found it! Your hand carved Nearly Naomi is fabulous! I love her, Rosie! She’s perfect!

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  17. Wow – what an amazing stamp your made – love it! Great ATC.
    hugs
    mamapia

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