Learning how to make your own rubber stamps is one of the best things you can do for your art, whether your craft is mixed media, art journaling, card making, scrapbooking, or even fabric art or polymer clay.
As creatives, we all want a voice of our own. We all want our creative works to be completely unique to ourselves and reflect more of who we are.
What better way to develop your unique style than to include more hand made supplies such as your very own rubber stamps?
There's a misconception that stamp carving is too difficult or too time intensive to learn. But in reality, stamp carvers find it to be really fun and relaxing... meditative almost; and its quite easy to learn.
My 34 page book, "Stamp Carving 101", will guide you every step of the way on your stamp making adventure. With up close photos and detailed directions, I cover everything from choosing an image, to carving it from a rubber block, to ideas on how to creatively use them, and everything in between.
This inspiring guide takes the mystery out of rubber stamp making, and turns it into a fun activity that anyone can master.
Feel like you can't draw? You can still do this! Drawings that you may consider mediocre, or even “scribbles”, can actually result in an impressive stamp design. But if you still prefer not to draw your own designs, I offer tips on finding inspiration, using photographs, and I even include 18 image templates to get you started.
Don't have a kindle? Don't worry, there's an APP for that!
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