Rubber stamping can be as simple as applying ink to paper, and as complex as you wish to make it. Here are just a few things you can do with stamps.
This simple technique creates an effect that looks like a bandana print.
Here’s the frugal woman’s way to create block prints without investing in a lot of expensive materials.
To add depth, visual interest and texture to your rubber stamping, try a little embossing.
I tried using a Castaway pad—and here are my results.
Wood can be a great surface for rubber stamps. Here’s a quick guide to making a good impression.
Wondering how to store your unmounted stamps? Here’s how I store mine.
Turn everyday dominos into lovely pins with these easy instructions.
Confused by all the ink options? Here’s a rundown of the properties of many of the non-solvent based pads.
If you’re not getting a clean impression from those oh, so detailed stamps, here are a few things that might help.