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Sugru's rubbery texture once it's cured and it's moldability when fresh out of the package lends itself well to stamp-making. I played around with several different methods of ...
Sugru (I made all six stamps with 2 packs of Sugru) Wood -cut to size and sanded, corks work too depending on what size stamp that you want ...
If you have never used Sugru before (or if you want to buy some) check out their website for instructions and other useful information. Prepare the wood ...
I first experimented with carving the stamp before the Sugru had cured. Prepare the stamp as in Step 2. Using a nail and a utility blade carve a ...
Carving the stamp after it has cured is similar to doing an eraser stamp. Prepare your stamp as in Step 2 and let cure for 24hrs. With a ...
I wanted to try making stamps from a mold or impression. I experimented with carving an image into wax and making an impression from it. Break up pieces ...
I found that using a wax mold worked for larger more solid shapes but if you wanted to do fine lines or text it was too brittle to ...
To give the stamps a finished look I added labels to them. Simply stamp each one onto white paper. Cut out the stamped image and glue onto the ...
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