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January 26, 2012


Carved Rubber Stamp Tutorial :: 1 Stamp = Endless Designs


Check out my very first carved rubber stamp. It's a flower petal. And with this lovely shade of coral, it makes the perfect flower grow.

carved rubber stamp tutorial
And with this perfect shade of blue, it makes the perfect raindrops.

carved rubber stamp tutorial
And when stamped twice, closely together, it makes the perfect little heart.

carved rubber stamp tutorial
And when doodled with stems, they become the coolest plant life.

carved rubber stamp tutorial
How did I do it? I took a regular pink eraser, sketched the shape directly onto the rubber with pencil and carved it with this tool.

carved rubber stamp tutorial
Happy stamping. :)

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Jenny - I love it! What beautiful Art you created with your new stamp, and such a lovely post.

Happy Thursday - I can't wait until the kids get home from school so I can confiscate an eraser or two :)

How totally cool is this?????

One little stamp...so many options. Thanks for this idea!

Love this! Thank you!

Beeutiful!

Love this way to carve a stamp.. Thanks will find some erasers this week and see what I come up with..
Janine B.

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