Printing a giant linoleum stamp for making canvas bags
My son turned six recently. He loooooooves Spongebob. So I decided to make Spongebob cake for his birthday. For a non-baker person like me, I must say it was a challenging project.
Face : bake a sponge in a square shaped mold
Eyes: bake chocolate cookies shaped like eyes, then decorate with blue and white frosting
Eyelashes and noses: store-bought chocolate sticks and cookies
Mouth: chocoate pencil
Pants: bake a chocolate cake (I used the rectangle one for regular pound cake )
Legs: store bought cookies
Shoes: bake brownies shaped like shoes
When I started to carve the pineapple, it was about time to pick up the birthday boy from his school, so that I couldn’t add the chimney to the house. Planning and time management is my weakness.
My son enjoyed the cake very much, but he also said, “there is no hole in the nose of Spongebob."
I thought that was hilarious.
“For a Girl Who Loves Moomin”
Here’s my sloth stamp. Oh I want to see the real one so badly.
I wish you a happy new year to everyone!! I carved this stamp for a vintage jewelry shop’s logo.
Custom stamp of a dog♫
Recently I carved this custom robin stamp:)♫
2 rabbits♪ The client preferred them on rubber, so these ones are rubber stamps, not my regular linoleum block ones.
Toy Poodle Stamp ♪ This one is not a custom stamp, but from my ‘made to order’ stamp collections.
A pitbull puppy -made to order stamp-
This one is from my regular collection:)