Introduction: A Wooden Board From All Over the World
In this instructable I will show you how I converted a small piece of regular wood to a beautiful stamp art that I hang in my office.
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Step 1: What You Need for This Project.....
1- You will need a wooden board, I used a 7.5 X 5 inches board, about the same size of a picture. But you can
use any size you like.
2- Bunch of stamps. I collect stamps and I don't like waste a good one so I used stamps that I deemed not good
for my collection. For this project I used roughly 100 stamps of different sizes.
3- Glue that dries transparent.
4- A paint brush, about 0.5".
5- A picture hanging fastener.
Step 2: Prepare the Wood
Start by sanding the wood to make it smooth and to round the edges.
Then clean the wood with a damp rag and let it dry.
Step 3: Glue the Stamps
Put a generous drop of glue on the wood.
Use the brush to spread the glue.
Put a stamp on the area where the glue is.
Put more glue on the stamp and spread them with the brush.
Don't be afraid to use your fingers if you have to.
Now repeat this process, overlapping the stamps and placing them randomly and in any direction.
Step 4: Install the Fastener on the Back Side
Select a picture hanging fastener that best suit the wood board you've chosen and nail it to the back of the board.
Step 5: End Result
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