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I sometimes carve larger stamps and print them on postcards. This video shows how a stamped postcard is created from a pencil draft. It looks fun, but it does take lots of patience! Enjoy!
待用飯的意念源自外國的Suspended Coffee。像買Coupon的型式， 有心人士先向餐廳付款買下若干數量的午／晚餐，讓有需要人士能到餐廳免費用膳。這方法讓受惠者得到直接幫助之餘又不失尊嚴。
Thank you for the encouragement and generosity, my first stamp charity event last month came to great success! I have collected HKD875 and have donated them all to 叙福樓集團有限公司 for their Suspended Meal Project.
Rubber stamp carvers like me should realise that during the stamp-carving process, not only do we produce beautiful stamps, but also a lot of rubber residues/leftovers. Those little pieces of rubber are too much of a waste if being thrown away, and I always think of ways to utilize them.
In views of the growing population of the people in need in Hong Kong, I came up with an idea yesterday by carving small stamps with the little rubbers to raise a fund for charity in my stamp booth ( September 6th and 7th, in Tseung Kwan O PopCorn Shopping Mall). I would set up a donation box in my booth and any one are welcome to donate a free amount of money. In return, they will receive a stamp from me. The donation will be 100% donated to 叙福樓集團有限公司 for their Suspended Meal Project. Those meals will be available in their Wong Tai Sin and Tin Shui Wai restaurants for those in need. Donation amount details will be posted afterwards.
In addition, I welcome participation of other stamp carvers. May it be an eraser stamp or some unused rubber stamp board, whatever useful are much appreciated.
Thank you very much.