I've always been curious about your rubber stamp art. Will you post about that part of your creativity sometime?
i started designing rubberstamps by carving my own designs almost twenty years ago. i was freshly married with a husband in grad school and i was working at occidental in westwood/los angeles. i couldn't afford to buy rubberstamps so i started making my own. my designs got picked up by a now defunct rubber stamp company called the paper garden here in san antonio. after that company dissolved, i was picked up by uptown and designed for them until they went downtown and i have been with my trueblue love, inkadinkado, ever since.
this cigarette tin is embossed on the outside as well and inside it features my grandpa (the hottie on the right) and some of the boyz. we're tawkin' old skool cowboy. his chaps look like lucy mae's hair. grandpa's family settled the texas country between san marcos & new braunfels.
my added #8 resolution is to play more. i didn't play enough in 2007. it was the keep-it-all-together year. i miss the idea of playing for playin's sake.