Friday, February 6, 2009

A new giveaway and a winner to last week's stamp

Here is the second rubber stamp giveaway. Another asian image and fairly large too. The wood measures 5x2 and the image itself is a little smaller than the wood. A wonderful stamp for some lucky winner. The winner of last week's giveaway is Adair. She has been contacted by email. If I don't hear from her in a week, I will draw another name.


42 comments:

Sonia E. said...

This is a beautiful stamp image. Who makes it?
Sonia

Shellrm said...

Boy she's interesting, who makes her?
Great blog BTW!
Michelle Mc
Shellrm@hotmail.com

krsandahl said...

That is gorgeous - I have never seen a stamp quite like that! this is a great blog as well!
krsandahl@aol.com

Ina Ftacek said...

Lovely stamp.I enjoyed your blog and I especially loved your Valentine birdhouse!!I hope you would consider a tutorial on it later sometime in your blog or link us up to one.Hugs,Ina

Willow said...

Well Adair is a very lucky winner!! That stamp is awesome!! Here's hoping I can do lots with this one as well!! Thanks for the giveaway!!! wwilloww@yahoo.com

arttage said...

i DON'T EVEN LIKE aSIAN ART USUALLY BUT SHE'S PRETTY NEAT! nOW TO GO SEE THE REST OF YOUR BLOG! sANNA

Lizbethem said...

I love the drama and the size of this stamp. Hope I win :)

Tina said...

Hi there - cool art and great stamp. PLease enter me in your giveaway.

Thanks

Tina

Janet said...

Luve the stamp image. Please count me in your draw.

Christina said...

I love that image, put me in your list for the next draw.
This is the first time i visit your site.
Christina.
christina.lapoeta.trevino@gmail.com

Val Foster said...

Thanks for the giveaway. It's a neat stamp and you have a neat blog. My email link is on my about me page.

Val Foster

joyceinil said...

GREAT STAMP!!! She would fit nicely in an alterd book I am working on. What brand is she? I am new to the group and I am enjoying your blog.
Joyce
joyceinil@comcast.net

Carla said...

This stamp rings back memories!
It looks like an Indonsian Dancer doing the Tari Golek - a dance to show all the moves that can be done with head, arms and hands. My grandmother could do this dance and her hands looked like rubber :o)

martha brown said...

This is a wonderful stamp! I'm having a giveaway on my blog too -- come and visit! (part of One World One heart)

Raggedy Kingdom said...

I love your stamp, but also am intrigued with the love banner.

Cindy Elliott-Park said...

I would love that stamp
thanks for the offer
cindy
clep55@yahoo.com

Cindy Elliott-Park said...

I would love this stamp
thanks for the offer
cindy

Vicki C said...

You are so sweet to do this,
the stamp is amazing.
Vicki C
vickichow@comcast.net

CarolD said...

I love asian images -- thank you for this chance - I have just found your blog and would certainly be back for more perusing.

carold@paradise.net.nz

Lindart said...

O-0-h! I love this one! Very exotic!
Pick me!

LuniLadi said...

Totally cool image! And thanks for the free images! I think the girl with the rabbit ears will be featured on my Easter card this year. :)
Doreen aka LuniLadi

Lucia said...

This is fabulous! As a world traveler who loves to work in international images, this is over the top wonderful!

debbie said...

please enter me in the drawing
thanks
Debbie

Melissa said...

Thanks for the great giveaway & the chance to win!

Melissa

CindyB said...

I love this rubber stamp. Very different.
CindyB
eiggam44atyahoodotcom

maureen b said...

such a peaceful image! I hope he finds a good home!
regards maureen
mcoggie@yahoo.com

sandee said...

I LOVE this stamp. Please count me in!!!

"Sam" said...

Like the others, I want to know who made this stamp. I have to drive 45 minutes to Reno, NV just to go to a Michael's -- and they certainly don't carry anything like this. I'd love to stamp this on pieces of a chinese newspaper I've been hoarding.
"Sam"

postal orphan said...

I love this stamp - it's fabulous! And your blog is wonderful. Thanks for the chance at the give-away!

Princess of glitter said...

That is a wonderful stamp - Who makes it?

Great blog- bookmarked now so I can look often! Interesting ideas!!

Barbara
Collinsville,OK

Lori Z. said...

What a gorgeous stamp! I would use her!

Thanks,

Lori
lori@lzcommunications.com

Rene said...

That's a wonderful stamp! Thanks for the chance to win!

Rene' Mewes
RM3116@charter.net

---MARILYN DAMSCHEN--- said...

I see I'm not the only one who thinks this is a very unique image and is wondering who makes it. Great offer! I love your V-day banner.

svenskaflicka1 said...

oooh, ooooh.....*waves from the back of the classroom* me? me?

this is a lovely image. please add me to the general mayhem/possible drawing list?

thank you--

marilyn d.
ghengismom@yahoo.com
(part of the altered books group)

Neen said...

Such a beautiful stamp, Sandi! Hope I win. Love your blog!

~Nina in San Diego~

barbie391 said...

I really love this stamp. Thanks for the give away- Please enter me. I love your blog. My addy is jjohnson203@charter.net

Lisa said...

this stamp will go nicely with some chinese brush work that i've been learning. thanks so much for sharing.
Lisa
jubilee32@gmail.com

Serra55 said...

You do great work! I love the image down beneath this giveaway, also Asian. I'm so happy to find another great blogger to follow!

LindaR said...

Great stamp! Looks like a Thai statue. Also, Love your blog. Thanks for all the great vintage images.

LindaR

dragonladyevelyn said...

That is just gorgeous! I love oriental/asian items! I hope you consider me in the drawing..I have just the place to put it!..lol..
evelyn
eve.peck50@yahoo.com
(aka dragonladyevelyn)

Iowa Sunshine said...

What a wonderful image. I really would love to win it.I like your blog and seeing what you do. =)

Rubber Stamp Plantation said...

Quan yin! Thanks for all the wonderful comments about one of my favorite stamps! I hope whoever rec'd the stamp loved it!
http://www.rubberstampplantation.com palms waving aloha,
Debz