What I like about this process is that you don't have to have a reversed image to create a stamp from which is typically how you would go about it in 3d printing straight to use. When using this process, you can take any existing object and make a stamp from it! This is the main reason why I chose to use this process for a quick and easy stamp using a 3d printed piece.
Tip: if you're creating a 3d printed object from scratch, any areas you want raised (to have the most ink) make sure that those areas are cutout or recessed and vice versa.
Step 1: Supplies
- Magic Stamp Foam Blocks (4in by 3in by 1in) - 8 pack sold on Overstock for $8.99
- Your 3D Printed object or ANY object
- Embossing Heat Tool or Hair Dryer
- Ink/Stamp Pad