Saturday, May 12, 2012

Its a Stamp-ede...The Borneo Collection

Damn, its good to have the internet again after four days without. Also pressures of work have ramped up and will remain so until the end of the year, I will be the team lead for the next few months, but I will try to keep up with blogging and making jewellery. If I am a little quiet, please don't think that I don't care.

I have been beavering away making more necklaces. I have fallen in love with the North Borneo stamps, so these are the latest collection. I will also be making earrings and cufflinks for the guys, but will show you how they turn out once my supplies arrive. Click for bigger view.

The North Borneo Collection
The Queen Victoria stamp dates to the early 1890's.

More Australiana

Japanese art stamps

The longer pendants are made with two stamps, selected for their colour combinations

I have purchased two of the stamp below for my sister and myself. This monkey always reminded us of our dad when we were growing up. It was the nose. He had a good laugh when I showed him the stamp and that we will be wearing it around.

On a final note, wishing all Mothers, Grandmothers and Morthers-to-be a wonderful Mothers Day tomorrow.

I shall bid you adieu, until next time, take care, Tam x


Shortbread and Ginger said...

Your jewellery is lovely! Good job your Dad has a sense of humour!
Liz @ Shortbread & Ginger

Shabby Vintage Junk said...

Oh Tam this new lot is DIVINE....!

I went to the Geelong Swap Meet today & wore my BEAUTIFUL Peace pendant you made for me & THREE people asked asked me where I got it.... I gave them your blog details so they may pop by for a visit....!!!!!

Hope you're having a YUMMY weekend.....!!

Tamarah :o)

PS: Sorry about the pesky day job....Hope it doesn't keep you from your more enjoyable pursuits....!!!!!!!!!!

Miss Simmonds Says said...

I love your stamp necklaces, especially the japanese ones! May have to make a purchse! Such a good way of preserving stamps. Actually if you want more, there's a charity shop in town that sells interesting ones for 40p a bag

Kimmie said...

Hi Tam

Lovin your new range!

Unknown said...

I love that last stamp!!! LOL Funny!!
Chris :o)

Unknown said...

These are so lovely; especially the larger square wasp and of course you know I like the slightly imperial / Soviet look of the Australian Peace stamp. I have seen folk look at the one you sent me and a few have asked about it.

Thank you once again.

Sarah Jane said...

These are so lovely. I like the Japanese collection too, especially the one with the owl xxx

simmone said...

Lovely creations Tam,the stamps are so varied,lovely pictures and shapes(like the round ones)Hope you had a lovely,relaxing Mother's day.

vintageandart said...

Yeh Tam.... the Borneo range is outstanding, l also love the Japanese ones...l don't know how you do everything you're amazing. Hope your M'day was awesome.

polkadotpeticoat said...

I agree with all these ladies these are my friend are one talented momma!!

Hello Vintage said...

These are great. Had to have a giggle at your Dad look-a-like. Hee hee.

petals and vintage said...

OMG! Fantastic Tam! Such a brilliant woman you are. xx

NessaKnits said...

omg! They are great! You are such a clever chick!

Anonymous said...

Loving the jewellery - just gorgeous!