Making Rubber Stamps
I've been collecting rubber erasers like these while they have been on sale this back-to-school season:
As well as some SpeedyCarve:
I've been craving some stamp making!
The basic rules are: Transfer an image to your eraser. . .
(and remember your image will be backwards - so reverse words if you want them to read properly)
Carve the image out with linoleum carving tools. . .
. . .add some ink or paint and make pretty cool images.
The stamps can be used with ink or paint on fabric or paper and can be made as large or small as the rubber you use!
Did you make something fun today?