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Handmade rubber stamps 101

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Uploaded on Jan 31, 2009

Make your own stamps! It's inexpensive and fun.
The rubbery material is (what I think is called) Soft-kut printing blocks at Blick, the art supply store closest to me. You can also buy the pink Speedy Stamp, which is more expensive. I once tried out Speedy Cut, which is less flexible and crumbles a lot. So ask where they keep the Speedy Stamp/cut and you should find the soft rubbery material that I used. PZ Kut is also a nice, durable material that stamp makers love to use. The carving material is called a "lino cutter", and it also carves linoleum blocks that you can also buy at a craft store. The one I am using in the video is by Speedball, and I like the variety of tips and the fact that you can store them in the handle. You can use any inkpad, I was just trying to be fancy by using the Speedball ink. Happy carving!

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