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Tech geek by day, stamp carver by night!

As an Armenian-American, the idea to create Armenian language cards sprung from studying Armenian history and language for four years during college, concluding with a thesis on the Armenian alphabet. It's a subject that continues to interest me, and thus the hand carved Armenian stamps were born.

I am currently in Chicago (which is a bit farther from Armenia than I would like) working as a computer geek during the day. Aside from stamping, I also like reading romance novels and convincing people to play board games. In my downtime, I am likely found scheming about my next trip to Armenia.

  • Female
  • Born on March 3
  • Joined April 14, 2010

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Speedball Speedy Carve blocks and linoleum cutters, my Xacto knife, plain white cardstock, water based block printing ink, soft rubber brayer

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About

Tech geek by day, stamp carver by night!

As an Armenian-American, the idea to create Armenian language cards sprung from studying Armenian history and language for four years during college, concluding with a thesis on the Armenian alphabet. It's a subject that continues to interest me, and thus the hand carved Armenian stamps were born.

I am currently in Chicago (which is a bit farther from Armenia than I would like) working as a computer geek during the day. Aside from stamping, I also like reading romance novels and convincing people to play board games. In my downtime, I am likely found scheming about my next trip to Armenia.

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