Rubber Stamp

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.

7 Responses to “Rubber Stamp”

  1. zquilts says:

    Oh My ! How beautiful is that?!!

  2. Cheryl says:

    Wow! I love it.

  3. Wow, I jsut found your blog today and boy, is it amazing! Hopefully, I can make it up to Chicago to see your show.

  4. Karoda says:

    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!

  5. 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 🙂

  6. Karoda says:

    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.

  7. robyns_song says:

    You stamp is amazing–it opens up a whole new world, doesn’t it? Beautiful!

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