Step 1: Materials Needed
1) Thermocol sheet,
3) Glue (white glue or hot glue),
4) Clear scotch tape,
6) Anti cutter,
7) Pencil or pen,
8) Template for patterns.
9) Fabric paint and brush.
Step 2: Templates
Here's a template of the patterns I used for the thermocol stamps. I made shape stamps out of cardboard so I didn't go with the basic shapes this time. I chose to use simple flowers, leaves, heart patterns for the thermocol sheet stamps.
Step 3: Cutting the Patterns
Try out the patterns I used, they're simple and easy to trace. Print out the patterns and cut them out of the paper,
Place the cutout paper patterns on the thermocol sheet and trace around the edges with a pen or pencil,
Now, use an anti cutter to cut the patterns out of the thermocol sheet.
Be careful, thermocol sheets aren't as smooth as rubber and they break into small pieces very easily.
Step 4: Preparing the stamps
Thermocol sheets are easily breakable so it's better to glue them on something that doesn't breaks easily, I used cardboard.
Cut the cardboard into small pieces but make sure that the cut out thermocol patterns fit on the cardboard pieces.
Glue the thermocol patterns on the cardboard pieces (individually).