Celery stamped wrapping paper

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    The celery heart makes such a beautiful stamp, I used mine with a white ink pad to make some wrapping paper. It sort of looks like a succulent plant doesn't it?

    Viacreativa, Joanne Seale, bounty_gg, and 15 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. ninimakes 41 months ago | reply

      Beautiful ! Your white ink is so much nicer and opaque than ors, probably much nicer paper too !

    2. niniji. 41 months ago | reply

      they can look like roses as well!

    3. Abby Glassenberg 41 months ago | reply

      Ooops! You were one step ahead of me! This look so lovely. I've done it with bok choy, too!

    4. Jill Wignall 41 months ago | reply

      What a clever idea! I like how it looks like roses to. I bet experimenting with different veg would give all sorts of effects. Fun!

    5. o_r_i_t [deleted] 41 months ago | reply

      This is the best idea ever!! I will have to try this sometime

    6. bangli 1 41 months ago | reply

      great idea and perfect paper

    7. leonorborgesmachado 41 months ago | reply

      I like this tecnic- «pochoir»

    8. a fun house 41 months ago | reply

      lovely! I'm inspired!

    9. cacollieotr 41 months ago | reply

      You are so clever!!!

    10. dette.k 41 months ago | reply

      I love making prints with celery. It makes such a beautiful print doesn't it! Nature is a wonderful thing!

    11. Zoopress studio 41 months ago | reply

      Great idea! Thanks!

    12. Swatt 41 months ago | reply

      clever clever clever!

    13. Montseta 41 months ago | reply

      que idea tan fantástica! Me la apunto para cuando mi ahijada sea más mayor y preparemos cositas...

    14. moline 41 months ago | reply

      just perfect!

    15. spring ♣ 40 months ago | reply

      Clever and beautiful way!!

    16. BIG WINDOW 39 months ago | reply

      How clever U are !

    17. Mam'zelle Flo 31 months ago | reply

      this is great!

    18. bounty_gg 23 months ago | reply

      Fantastic idea!

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