The Small Object

I first met and saw the work of Sarah Neuburger at an artist's market in Asheville, North Carolina last year. She creates adorable things that are tiny. For today's post, I'll include her rubber stamp collection, which everyone, no matter your age, should have at least one or two of to call your own.  

As Sarah states on her site, this village stamp set of four was "inspired by the mural paintings by the Warli." They were designed to be used repetitively so you can create your own village scenes - how fun is that?  

She also sells individual stamps that will never get old. I especially like the hand made stamp as it's perfect to add to home made presents whatever shape or size they come in...

These stamp sets are some of my favorites, but then again, it's hard not to love everything Sarah creates. See her entire collection of cute things here, which include all manner of small objects that'll make you say awww....


All her rubber stamps are made from high quality red rubber, then individually hand cut and foam mounted on individual wooden blocks. 

Sarah, based in Atlanta, has designed some wonderful products for Chronicle Books which include sticky notes and labels and stickers. I have the sticker book and I must say, I keep it in my kitchen and use it all the time. I add the stickers to envelopes, gifts and notecards. Too fun cuz they're just too cute...


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Reader Comments (3)

I LOVE chronicle books;)

April 19, 2012 | Unregistered Commentermeatclub

these are so cute, great for making handmade cards ..

April 19, 2012 | Unregistered Commentercassie

I don't know how you narrowed down your choices to these few stamps because everything she creates is so darn cute! Great post!

April 19, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterLaura

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