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第二屆手作設計展 – 作品準備開始!

《第二屆手作設計展》印章準備

開始為下星期六日的第二屆手作設計展作準備,看見自己的作品和一年前變化很大,原來一年對手作人來說很長! 感恩自己仍然去試新事物,仍不放棄在香港做手作,其實每位在市集擺檔的手作人,單單是那份堅持,已經值得我們尊敬。
希望大家下星期六日去九龍灣貿易展覽中心3樓的第二屆手作設計展,為200多位香港手作人和攤檔打打氣! See You at Booth F4~~(陪你去看流星雨….🌠⭐🎵🎶🌌🌌🌛)

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Alphabet Stamps – Japanese Version

I was in a bookstore the other day, and saw some alphabet picture erasers, which designs were similar to those I were using when I was a kid.

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It gave me an idea to create my own set of alphabet stamps, and “Wouldn’t it be more interesting if I make them a Japanese version instead of English version?”

So with the help of  e-dictionary, I got some inspirations of what to draw on each alphabet. That one new thing I had to consider, was whether the drawing will block too much of the letter, as I needed each letter to be shown clearly.  Also, there are letters like “Q”, “X”  and “V” which do not have a Japanese word to match with. So I simply used some English words which Japanese people often use (by pronouncing the sound of them) instead.

They are now all carved and ready for the handle-gluing process. I hope to display and sell them in coming’s handicraft fair in Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong on 20-21 August, 2016.

Just in case, please do not use them as erasers!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I am not an eraser. I am an eraser stamp.

This 3D eraser stamp was carved with a piece of thick white eraser a friend had given me months ago. The eraser carving method was similar to wood carving, except you could simply use a cutter or thin carving knife instead.

On the bottom I carved a small Chinese character, “heart”,or “mind”.

Not difficult at all!