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Re: what? no carving posts?
Board: Stamp Carving and Mounting
Reply to: #1533 by Cadenza
Jan 1, 2005 8:41am
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Now don't try to tell me that your Yankee Canyon series was carved the day before. I think they come under the title of your"dandies".

Don
Land of the Yankee Fork Series
Board: Stamp Carving and Mounting
Reply to: #1536 by Don and Gwen
Jan 5, 2005 4:26pm
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Quote Now don't try to tell me that your Yankee Canyon series was carved the day before. I think they come under the title of your"dandies".


Okay, you got me there. There are several that I specifically carved things out for the theme and location then went back to plant. That was one. Chief Joseph was another. I had that for a long time and wanted to plant it on the Nez Perce trail to fit with the history. I do enjoy putting a really nice carving in a fun historical spot. I like the boxes with a story. I've also started a childrens books series that I have no idea where to plant yet. Where my carvings drift into neverland is when I carve generic stamps that could go anywhere. I tend to have those forever. That's the black hole of my carving stash. Thanks for the compliment, by the way.

Cadenza