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May 09, 2013


Rubber Carving and Doodling Tutorial


The thing I love about carving rubber is that even when you carve popular images and shapes, no one will have the exact same stamp as yours, because each piece of handcarved rubber has its own unique characteristics.

Like the single raindrop. I love the shape. And my carved raindrop is something I use all the time.

Jenny Doh
You can do so much with it ... like rows and rows of red drops all pointed in one direction.
rubber carvingOr three columns of black drops with some pointing up and some pointing down to create a different pattern.

rubber carvingAnd then clusters of brown drops that look like flowers.

rubber carvingAdd some doodling and they are over-the-top fabulous.

rubber carving and doodling
Same thing with the popular hexagon shape. Such a popular shape these days, right? So carve yourself one, two, or three in sizes small to large and you can make these shapes your very own.
rubber carving
Experiment with them and see what they can do!
rubber carving and stampingAnd as always ... add doodling to bring them to life.

jenny doh
The details of carving rubber are explained thoroughly in my new book, Stamp It!, which is availalbe here. Happy carving, stamping, and doodling. :)



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These are so cute:) It looks like a good art play project for the weekend!

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