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永遠懷念張國榮

你讓香港人驕傲。

永遠懷念你的笑容。

#張國榮 #哥哥 #張國榮印章 #leslie #lesliecheung #永遠懷念 #香港 #印章設計 #印章 #橡皮章 #手工橡皮章 #diystamp #stamp #rubberstamp #handmadestamp #消しゴムハンコ #keshigomuhanko #diyeraserstamp #天高海深有什麼可擁有

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Stamps on Book Cover

Stamps on Book Cover

There are so many kinds of book covers available in Japan. Paper, fabric, leather It seems that many Japanese like to cover their books with another piece of wrapping.

I love their wrapping designs, and most of the time, even book stores give out free paper book cover wrapping when you purchase a book. Some people like to use their own wrappings at home though.

This one is my kokeshi stamp book cover design. I love kokeshi (Japanese wooden traditional dolls originated from Tohoku) and I never get tired of them. So I created a book cover for myself, to encourage more reading (I suppose?).

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Tailor-made Stamps

Tailor-made Stamps

Thanks to the invention of Facebook, I received the first stamp order from Hong Kong! ^^

This time the customer has her own designs as she is a great illustrator herself and she published some books about her dogs before. I am glad to carve out her designs using eraser stamps, and I hope to meet her dogs (named Husky, Oreo and Eagle) one day!

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Charity Postcard-selling Project – Kado

Charity Postcard-selling Project - Kado

Thanks to the restaurant owner of Kado in Kagurazaka, Tokyo, my stamp postcards are now available on sale to public first time ever!

This is a charity project for the Tsunami victims in Tohoku, Japan and the revenue will be donated to Minami-sanriku, one of the most severe places where tsunami hit two years ago. I have been there several times and there are so many beautiful traditions and images that I wish to show in the postcards. Kokeshi(Japanese traditional wooden dolls), akabeko (a mascot that originated from Fukushima), Kiri-e ( paper-cutting decorations found in Tohoku shrines) etc. are some of the designs in these postcards.

My poscards cost 500yen/ set, and each set has five different postcards with a different design. Most of all, since I have visited Tohoku several times after 311, I truly wish the revival of Tohoku as it’s a great place with lots of great-spirited people. It’s a long way to go, but the goal is closer if we start or first step. I hope there are more designs to come for this project as time goes by. Thank you for your support in advance! =)

Kado’s location:
http://www.bento.com/rev/2724.html (English)
http://kagurazaka-kado.com/ (Japanese)

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Happy Stamp!

Happy Stamp!

In a barber shop today, I saw this nearly-one-year-old white toy poodle and it was so cute and sweet! He ran to me as if he knew I would come and see him and immediately kissed (or licked) my hand! I wanted to stay as much as I could, but the appointment was full and I had to reschedule.

I hope to see him tomorrow! ^^