Finally dragged myself to this space to update something! I know I’ve been keeping this space way too quiet, but it doesnt mean that I have not been preparing anything behind the scenes. Just that I have yet to launch anything for now. Just trying out anything that come into my mind.
Been an emotional roller coaster since Grad Show ended. Though I can’t possibly express all my thoughts here, I thought a short update here will help me to document my progress and growth. And let you, (or I suspect non-existent) readers to know that I’m alive.
Everyday I’m trying to juggle in between putting up new things for Drool Stamps and dealing with my own issues. Please be patient with me! Since FYP ended, I have been thinking about transforming this space and Drool Stamps into a better, more professional label. But I’m still at the stage of trying to figure things out, and to be very honest, I’m facing many challenges and a part of me got very discouraged. If you are reading this, a big THANK YOU to you! Please continue to show me your support. I am still holding on to the faith that things only get better.
Been really long since I last updated this space, which I admit is super hard to keep up with! Anyway, sorry for disappearing, I can’t wait to be back to share more exciting things that I’ve been planning for the longest time– which is joining both my stamps and illustration works into one shared space!
That includes lots of planning and producing.. so please be patient with me and look forward to the space! 🙂
Thank you all for being so supportive the past one month with all the orders and kind words! Thoroughly enjoyed making each stamp and I can’t wait to be back with more designs and reopening my etsy shop!
Customization will be closed until January as I will be away from Singapore in the next few weeks. Will update and summarize my year 2014 on this space when I’m back!
Anyway, if you have not been following my instagram, I am opening up some slots for customizations for May.
Not accepting any orders after May, until further notice! (Tentatively in late July/August)
Will be away for holidays in June and will be really packed with school work when I come back! (I just had to remind myself on the crazy final year.. already dreading it :\)
Finally have a bit of time to blog after such a long time!
Been making custom logo stamps for a few shops the past few weeks and thought that I should compile them in this post. 🙂
Singapore Local Band, OOTINI.
Cupplets’s name card stamp ordered by Samantha.
It’s a lovely cafe located at Ngee Ann Poly with beautiful bakes!
(Taken from Cupplet’s instagram)
This is another stamp for their cafe’s cup. Designed by Samantha’s friend. 🙂
Floret Exquisite’s logo stamp from Shu Fen.
Mille. A. Ville logo stamp from Alyssa.
Alyssa gave me really sweet compliment as well! This really made my day! 🙂
I am, and hopefully will always be so grateful and happy to help every customer who commit their designs to me. I know I still have a lot to improve, but I’m giving my best every single time. Thank you all who are supporting DROOL and I can’t wait to share more updates with you about my craft flea this month! 😉 Stay tuned!
I got to know about The Local People through my senior and have the opportunity to consign my stamps on their online shop which was opened earlier today! The rubber stamps on the website are not available on my etsy shop so do purchase from them directly! I also made 2 logo stamps for them and I’m pleased with the outcome. 🙂 Check out their website if you haven’t!
The Local People online store: thelocalpeoplesg.com
This is a long outdated entry that I always wanted to post but neglected for quite a while..
So anyway, here it is! Sharing with you my experience of making The Freshman’s autograph stamp! 🙂 If you’re not familiar with them, they are Singapore based duo, check them out here!
Anyway, I was provided with their logo so I skipped the design stage straight to executing the stamp! I only started to worry after transferring the image on the rubber cos that’s when I started to realise the amount of details that I needed to bring out!
Breathe in.. breathe out… Okay I’m good to go!
As you can tell, there’s super lots of tiny squares/rectangles! They are approx 0.1 cm each and this explains why I need to take so many breaks in between carving..
TADAAAA!! The end product! Personally I was very satisfied with it but I was worried (again) that The Freshman wouldn’t like them.. but they loved it! :’) *tears of joy*
Mounted on wood and ready to be delivered! 🙂
Okay since this is an outdated post, I’m pretty sure they already used them many many times.. 😛
I thought that these 2 stamps (identical) were quite a breakthrough cos it was definitely not within my comfort zone to carve stamps with such details and I got to find ways to carve areas that I couldn’t carve using the methods that I was more comfortable with. And that’s it for this post! Hope you like this as much as I do, and if you’re interested to find out about customised rubber stamps, do drop me an email! 🙂