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Hand drawn stamps between Astorga and Santiago

DaveHamilton

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Was wondering if anyone knew where a person could get a hand drawn stamp on the route between Astorga and Santiago? My daughter who is hiking with me and is an artist heard about the folks who do them and would like to try and get one. Any assistance is greatly appreciated.

Dave and Gracie
 
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Was wondering if anyone knew where a person could get a hand drawn stamp on the route between Astorga and Santiago? My daughter who is hiking with me and is an artist heard about the folks who do them and would like to try and get one. Any assistance is greatly appreciated.

Dave and Gracie
We are currently on the road at Rabanal. She got her first wax stamp this morning...
 
...and ship it to Santiago for storage. You pick it up once in Santiago. Service offered by Casa Ivar (we use DHL for transportation).
Sorry, I can't help with your specific question but..
Wax stamps look nice when you get them but I've always found they inevitably crack and crumble.. mind you, I just stuff my credencial in my pocket, I'm not too precious with it. Hand drawn or painted ones are special though, as are embossed ones, and I've gotten some done with a proper stamping press thing in churches in Portugal..
 
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Was wondering if anyone knew where a person could get a hand drawn stamp on the route between Astorga and Santiago? My daughter who is hiking with me and is an artist heard about the folks who do them and would like to try and get one. Any assistance is greatly appreciated.

Dave and Gracie
Dave
I stayed overnight at Trabadelo in April 2022 at the Camino y Leyanda where the owner drew a picture in my credential instead of a stamp. Quite unique.
 
I met a lady today who had a gorgeous painting in her credential (not a stamp) - she got it done just after Triacastela on the San Xil route.
I have drawn in people’s credentials when they have asked me to - when they see me sketching. I’m a learner but it gives them joy!
Today in Sarria for this guy:
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Earlier for some French pilgrims:
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