Happy October! Fall is finally in the air, and all I want to do is go to Bath and Body Works and smell all their autumn scented candles - feel free to send me any of those if you want.
Also, today is my dad's birthday, so happy birthday to him :)
To start off the month of October, I thought I'd share with you a cute little set of stamps I carved last year. I really like stamps with multiple parts that can combine in unique and different ways for each person that uses them, so I came up with the idea for some "carve your own jack-o-lantern" stamps. Here are all the pieces:
I know it's a little silly, but I'm still super impressed with myself for that pumpkin. I drew that myself! I know right? Ok - it's not a masterpiece, but I think it looks close to what a real pumpkin looks like, and life-like drawings is not something I claim on my list of skills...
Here's a sample of some of the fun jack-o-lanterns you can create with this stamp set. You can go cute or scary. Whatever you like. And it will be easy to add elements to it whenever I want! It takes like 5 seconds (exaggeration) to carve a new eye or nose stamp. Hey! I just realized something - I literally carved these jack-o-lanterns, just out of rubber instead of an actual pumpkin! Ok, never mind - it was much funnier and more clever in my head than typed out on here.
After I carved them I made this little set of Halloween cards.
However, I forgot to give them out to anyone. Oops. Maybe I will remember about them this year.