Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Leaf Stamping


I recently found the idea of leaf stamping and thought it would be a fun to try. It was interesting to see how the variety of leaves stamped differently.
I used a variety of leaves with different shapes and textures. I even used some herb leaves such as sage which has a very pronounced texture that stamped really well.

One of the corners, with three leaf stamps.
(I think the three that I used here are maple, sage, and wild grape.)

Ready to write.

9 comments:

Grace said...

Your stationary turned out pretty:) I like all of the pictures that show how you did it. I never seem to have stationary around when I want to write a letter so I guess that I should make some...it looks like fun. Have you ever made potato stamps? those are neat also, I've used them to made wrapping paper before.

Sara N. Smith said...

That looks absolutely adorable....very elegant! What a fabulous idea!
Blessings!

Lydia said...

Hey Emily,
Is that my letter you're writing? =D Very pretty stamping, I was just wishing I had a rubber stamp of a leaf now I know I have many stamps in my back yard! Thanks for sharing.

Rachel Marie said...

Wow- that was so very creative of you!
And it looks GORGEOUS! :D
I love it. ;)
Great job!

Anonymous said...

very neat idea!!! if I ever have time of course!! Haha...thanks for the idea. Did you not get ink on your fingers? (or I guess that is just part of it :) Well, maybe I know what my next letter will be written on...*grin* Love You and talk later... ~ Ruth Ann

Sarah said...

How neat! It'll be fun to try making some. :) Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

That's such a neat idea! It would probably look even prettier with green ink, or the other colors like you said. :)

Anna Naomi said...

Lovely! Great job on making such beautiful stationary! Since stationary can be hard to find, it's neat that you made your own!

Rebekah S. said...

What a neat idea!! Thanks for sharing!