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Step 10: Create stamp

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 because it doesnt give under pressure like a piece of cardboard might, plus when you clean your stamp the wood can take the water, cardboard would not.
<p>Your design are so pretty. I love this technique. : )</p>
Thank You SuzyM1
I love the inverse stamping look! It especially looks nice just white on the bold colored paper :)
thanks...I also like to use gold or silver inks on Black, severe but beautiful. <br>
Also, you should enter this into the <a href="http://www.instructables.com/contest/holidaygifts2012">Holiday Gifts Contest</a>!
okay thanks
Okay, I love the stamping...but your penmanship is gorgeous! It's not very often I see a fellow calligrapher! :)
I second it... her penmanship is beautiful!
Thank You very much
Thanks! Yes indeed Calligraphy is truly a dying art!
I love it! This is fantastic
Looks great! Same however, those are my favorite erasers, lol. :)
I know...they are perfect ...they Give AND they Take Away!

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