Monday, November 9, 2009


Well, the packages are in the mail for my second hosted swap - and it was definitely easy! All the participants, save one, fulfilled their commitment and sent in beautiful creations. It is obvious to me that everyone lived up to the swap theme - Sig-Stamp Challenge. I was honored to coordinate the 14 wonderful carvers who were all willing to stretch their carving skills and share their work - what fun!

no feline help with the sortin' this time :-(

So, this swap was sparked by a conversation that took place on one of the many boards on Atlas Quest. In this particular thread, the question was asked (by our own Ms. Fluffy Cow),
"how many people have different images for sig stamps? What is the general consensus of multiple sig stamps?"
Well, the consensus was: whatever you like! And what a great idea to have an excuse like a swap themed around signature stamps to get you motivated to create one, or more! Since I seem to be the 'queen' of multiple sig-stamps, it was only fair that I host. I'm happy I did; I hope that the swap participants will be pleased with what they receive in the mail and consider being a part of another of my hosted swaps in the future. *smile*

And, just for fun, here is just a few of my many sig-stamps...


Ari C'rona said...

I'm looking forward to seeing everyone's creations - I had a great time with mine! Love the slideshow, my friend! :o)

Mama Cache said...

You did a great job hosting the swap -- I'm glad it went well for you.

Should we expect yet another SHH sig stamp before the year is out? ;-)

Ryan said...

I used to use a "Black Mountain" and "Purple Spider" before I started using the "Green Turtle" stamp. I used the Purple Spider in one of the few LTCs I ever created. =)

-- Ryan

Anonymous said...

Whenever I see your signature SHH stamps and its various permutations it makes me happy. You are clever.


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