Staedtler Master Carve rubber block.Purple fabric was stamped with gold textile paint. The white fabric and paper were stamped with Fabrico multipurpose craft ink.
This entry was posted on Sunday, March 2nd, 2008 at 8:08 PM. It is filed under Creative Process and tagged with rubber stamps.
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Oh My ! How beautiful is that?!!
Wow! I love it.
Wow, I jsut found your blog today and boy, is it amazing! Hopefully, I can make it up to Chicago to see your show.
I would love to get such smooth lines at the edges of my stamps…I’ve been plugging away using Mastercarve and erasers but if you can share any tips for a smooth hand, pleassseeeee!
When i carve the stamps I use the smallest v shape cutter to out line the shape and then I try to follow the contour of the carved shape with concentric cuts still using the smallest tool. Then I switch to a larger tool (sometimes the u shaped one) and go over the cuts, shaving off those high ridges. I hope that helps
thanks judy, i use the smallest v cut but have seldom used the u-shaped tool…when i attempt to smooth out i’ve mainly used the blade…i’ll give the u-shape a try to see.
You stamp is amazing–it opens up a whole new world, doesn’t it? Beautiful!
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