Tile of Lotus on Lantau Island, Hong Kong. Rubber stamp
This rubber stamp is made based on the image of a lovely wall tile on Lautau Island, near a monastery opposite the Big Buddha statue. It has a distinctive Buddhist influence that is hard to miss, especially since the lotus is one of the most well-known symbols of Buddhism. As the roots of a lotus flower extend into the mud and the flower blossoms above the surface, the lotus is used to symbolize awakening and enlightenment.
The wood mount measures 3 by 3cm.
Press the stamp firmly onto papers or cloth to make an impression. To clean the stamp after impressing, gently pat them on tissue to remove any of the remaining ink.
A drawstring pouch printed with your stamp can be added to the purchase at $5 each. Please view it under the "Add ons" section!
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