Crafts | DIY Rubberstamp Carving


Wanted to share a few photos of my hand carved rubber stamps inspired by anthuriums I drew. I've been feeling the Aloha spirit and have been stuck on a Hawaii theme for everything. Hawaii's been the theme of my recent snail mail, books I've been reading, and learning (Hawaiian quilting and soon, hand weaving leis).
Anthurium by Merissa Revestir 1

Starting with a sketch:
Anthurium by Merissa Revestir sketch

Anthurium by Merissa Revestir 3

Anthurium by Merissa Revestir 2



  1. Wow love it!! Gorgeous little stamps Merissa. Oh and by the way I have just sent out a little package too!!

    1. Thanks Kelly ;) I appreciate it. Yay, will be looking forward to your package in the mail! x

  2. They look so perfect ) i want to try to hand carve something too,seems so much fun!

    1. Oh you must try stamp carving. I think you'll be good at it and come up with beautiful designs!


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