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Making your own gift wrap is fun, easy and fairly inexpensive. The snowflake stamp is made by using an eraser. It just takes time to print the pattern...
you will need erasers, I like to use gum erasers 2"X1"X1" (I buy them from SAX, their brand, they are Sax gum art erasers, a doz. cost about $6.00) la...
Design snowflake with erasers
Use the sharpie to draw the snowflake pattern design on the erasers
Use lino cutting tool to cut design into erasers. Cut over sharpie marks, then you can add extra detail.
when all designs are cut, practice a stamp print with each eraser section to be sure the design is cut to your liking. Roll ink on plexi.
gently press stamp sections into ink that has been rolled onto plexi. If you dont have a roller or plexi you can paint the ink onto your stamp, howeve...
stamp gently onto paper, check each section of your snowflake. You may need to cut some lines deeper or add more detail.
gently press and lift, dont smear. you are printing with the stamp, not painting.
When you are happy with each eraser design arrange them on the wood scrap and using elmers glue them into the pattern you like. I use a wood scrap bec...
Roll more ink onto plexi and press entire stamp area into the ink.
gently print your image onto your selection of wrapping paper. create your pattern.
Another option is to use your stamp to create a greeting card
or a gift tag
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