Rubber stamps, unmounted rubberstamps, unmounted.
Flora and Fauna--
Daisies--PAGE 14
Rubber stamps, unmounted rubberstamps, unmounted

Rubber Stamps

Leslie Wong selected this particular Daisy image to be sale priced the 2002 Dueling Modem's Spring Convention.She has used it since it was first introduced several years ago.

Daisies have been done a number of ways.

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Daisy Medallion.....$3.00
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Daisies, Carved......$5.50

Just LOOK at what Leslie did with the Carved Daisies>>>>>>>

As always, we apologize for the scan quality.The colors are much softer.

But, it's better than not seeing it at all!



Leslie took her cue from the daisies embossed on the side of the box and coordinated with gg design's carved daisies.

Leslie Wong uses gg design's rubber stamps

So heavily embossed it looks like tooled metal!

This picture shows the subtle colors much better than the scan does.


Yes, we know! You want to know the how-to and with what!

Though Leslie explained it thoroughly, we did not "retain" the instructions! So with a little prodding, perhaps we can get her to email the directions to be added here.

This is the latest version......

Daisies hand carved, rubber stamps
Daisies...ND 6.....$8.00

Daisies by Linda Blackbird

Technique? Simple, of course....that's the beauty of gg's! I rubbed pastel chalks into the cardstock using cotton balls. I stippled the ink onto the stamp, using Inkredible! (a pigment ink by Stewart Superior that I love.) I stippled Burnt Brass around the daisies and stippled Midnight Blue around the edges. Stippling added to the soft look. I trimmed it, and edged with a Krylon pen. I hit it with the heat gun to dry, then covered the entire piece with VersaMark and did 3 clear coats of UTEE. Done. After layering to gold and teal c.s., it was very pretty, all on its own....soft and muted. But, since I can't leave well enough alone, I added the wire and beads.


Another sample of this soft ephemeral technique by Linda Blackbird.

Rubber Stamps Pen and Ink

Five Daisies.....ND 8 A .....3 x 5"....$8.00

Click on the illustration to see many versions submitted for
Cyberstamper's May Mystery Stamp Event

Vivian Reilly's Daisy Puzzle
Mystery Stamp Samples
Bird of Paradise (March, 2003)
Tap Shoes (February 2004)
Plants--Two Versions (June 2004)
Basket (November 2004)
Three Tulips
Christmas 2005
May Five Daisies 06
October 06 DooDads & Mystery(?)
March 2007  Elizabeth's Sunflowers
The sample above, by Vivian Reilly, was a submission for the Octover 06 Mystery Stamp event.

Flora and Fauna Index

Page 1: Bird of Paradise, Poppies, two styles, Bougainvillea two versions, Sunflowers, Morning Glories, Morning Glory, Still Life in Two Parts
Page 2: Ivy/Stein, Daisies, Daffodils
Page 3: Calla Lily, Easter Lily, Iris, Iris Too

Page 4: Roses, Carnations, Daisies, Leaves
Page 5: Plant (2 versions), Do It Yourself Violet "Kit," Hydrangea, Modified Minis, Lily Blossom, Companion Blossom, Peruvian Liiy, Blossom Ellipse
Page 6: Floral Minis #3, Roses, Do It Yourself Calla Set
Page 7: VEGETABLES--Mushrooms, Garlic, Autumn--Corn, Wheat, Squash, Pumpkin, Halloween--Carved Pumpkin Set, Asparagus, Beets, Artichokes, Broccolli
, Chili Peppers
Page 8: GREENERY--Aloe Vera, Leaves Background, Set-Two Fern Leaves, Smaller Set-Two Fern Leaves, Bush Background, Fern/Foliage, Loose Leaves, Three Striped Leaves, Mistletoe Sprig, Greenery and Berries, Border 2 and Border 3--leaves, Grasses--3 ways
Page 9: FRUIT--Oranges, Lemons, Apple, Pear, Grape
Page 10: Blossom, Rose, Tulip, Pansy, Petunias, Water Lily, Floral Background #2, Floral Minis #1, Floral Minis #2
Page 11: MISCELLANEOUS--Gargoyles,Fish, Eye/Tear, Mermaid, Gecko, Sampler Set, Sea Shells
Page 12: Zinnia, Floral Background #3
Page 13: MISCELLANEOUS (Continued) Sampler Set, Patriotic Ribbon, Breast Cancer Awareness Ribbons and Butterflies, Stars
, Stick Figures
Page 14: Daisies--Since there are so many, we are grouping them together. Better for comparison.
Page 15: Butterfly "Kit", Pussywillows, carved feather, berry leaves
Page 16: "Elizabeth's Tulips," full size, Morning Glories

Page 17:Angel Trumpets, Poppies, Dandelion silhouette