Rubber Stamping

Prior to the rubber stamp, there were metal printing stamps, usually made of brass. These preceded the rubber version by six to eight years. We remember them in the form of seals, used with wax to ensure the privacy of documents. The seals themselves were generally very elaborate. The word 'stamp' is used to refer to a marking device.

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Rubber Stamping Techniques

Tutorial for Watercolor Crayons -- Aquapainted Rubber

Basic Heat Embossing Techniques

Bleach Stamping

How To Carve Your Own Stamp

How To Make Plaids

How To Clean Your Stamps

How To Create Custom Color Ink Pads

How To Use Liquid Glass

Embossing Basics

How To Make Stamp From An Eraser

Marbelized Paper

Masking Techniques

Pop Can Tole

Scenery Stamping

Shaving Cream Technique

Tag Art Techniques

Tutorial for: Watercolor Crayons -- Crayon Overstamping

Watercolor Crayon Tutorial

Weathered Paper

Rubber Stamping Online Guides

Bible of Abbreviations, Terms and Techniqes

Rubber Stamping Card Projects

Accordian Box Card

Asia Blue Stamped Card

B is For Birthday Card

Santa Claws Pop Up Card

Bird Cage Window

Christmas Candle

Dragon Fly Pins

Easter Greeting Tags

Hugs and Kiss Valentine Pillow Box

Hope and Fairth Stamped Card Project

Make Your Own Bubble Paper

Mini Purse Pendant

Shaker Cards

Stamped Calender

Stamp A Box Hanging Ornament

Stamping With Household Cleaners

Snowflake Bookmark

Space for Rent

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Prior to the rubber stamp, there were metal printing stamps, usually made of brass. These preceded the rubber version by six to eight years. We remember them in the form of seals, used with wax to ensure the privacy of documents. The seals themselves were generally very elaborate. The word 'stamp' is used to refer to a marking device.

When your blender pens run out of ink, mark them with a piece of tape and use them to dip in bleach for bleaching on card stock.

When you stamp with pigment ink on matte cardstock you can erase it off while the ink is still wet. It leaves no trace.

Never store your stamps in direct sunlight or near a heat source.

Store your ink pads upside down and lying flat to keep the ink at the top of the pad and in an even layer.

You can make your own stamps out of erasers, Styrofoam, printing linoleum and potatoes, or cut shapes out of sponges.

You can make your own wrapping paper very inexpensively by buying large rolls of white or kraft colored paper and then stamping it up to match your occasion. A matching card finishes off the look!

Don't throw away those clear film canisters. You can use those canisters to store beads, embossing powder, or glitter

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