Rubber Stamping How To

Rubber stamping can be an expensive hobby and if you are planning on using rubber stamps for your scrapbooks you will find that you have to spend a fair amount of money in order to get a variety of rubber stamps. However, if you learn how to create your own rubber stamps, then you can not only save some money but also create unique rubber stamps that no one else possesses.

You do not have to start creating rubber stamps from scratch. There are various kinds of arts and craft supplies that you will be able to find that help you in the process of creating unique rubber stamps. Another kind of rubber stamping that is very popular is letterboxing. This allows you to create as many words as you want to, using the same letters. Once you have learnt the art of rubber stamping you will be able to create as many designs as you want to.

How to make simple homemade rubber stamps

Making your own rubber stamp takes about 15 to 30 minutes if you have already decided on the kind of design that you want to create. And of course it pays to have all the supplies ready so that you can start immediately. You will need stiff cardboard and art supplies to create your own design, rubber bands, and glue. To be able to use your rubber stamp you will also need some ink or pigment and...


Making professional rubber stamps with a rubber stamp maker

More professional and fine rubber stamps can also be made. But the one thing that you need purchase if you want rubber stamps that are more professional and neater is a rubber stamp maker or an art stamp maker. This means that you will have to invest in this piece of equipment. However, once you have this rubber stamping can become extremely easy. Choose a picture that you want to make a rubber...


How to make rubber stamps for letterboxing

Letterboxing is a specific kind of a treasure hunt or hiking game where you leave your own specific personal mark on the letterbox journal as proof that you were there. Making a rubber stamp to create your own mark is not tough at all. The simple materials that you need include a rubber pad, cutter tools, ink, some paper and pencils. You can find rubber pads in craft stores, calligraphy stores a...


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