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How-Tuesday: Make a Stamp with Art Mind

May 5, 2009

by ArtMind

Are you looking for an easy way to make your own stamp? Handmade stamps are the perfect addition to scrapbooking, greeting cards, packages and more. Belgian Etsy seller Mitsy, aka ArtMind, would love to show you how to get started! First, gather your tools and materials. Here’s what you’ll need:

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Step 1:  Trace the design with a pencil.

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Step 2:  Flip the pencil drawing over and rub it onto the gum.

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Step 3:  Trace the pencil outline on your block with a Sharpie marker.

Step 4:  Cut away all of the gum, except for the black outlines.

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Step 5:  Put some ink on the stamp and press onto paper.

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Step 6: You can clearly see that the stamp needs to be cut more. All of the black marks can be cut away.  You can either use the lino cutters for this or a little scalpel knife.

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Step 7:  Repeat the process of stamping again to see if it looks better after cutting away some more gum.

Now you can glue your soft stamp to a block of wood or acrylic and stamp away! 

ArtMind created this Babuschka stamp to help brand the packaging of her mini sculptures, 99 Feelings.  They are amazing, so make sure you check them out!

Don’t have the time to make your own? Check out these handmade stamps from our lovely Etsy sellers…

More crafty project downloads can be found in our How-Tuesday series on the Etsy blog! And did you know that you can buy Supplies on Etsy?

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Vintage Speedball Linoleum Cutters Assortment No 2
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209 comments

  • bananaicecream

    bananaicecream said 7 years ago

    Very Cool!!

  • VintageEye

    VintageEye said 7 years ago

    I love to learn how to do new stuff!

  • BululuStudio

    BululuStudio said 7 years ago

    Nice!!! I'm gonna give it a try...

  • ketartstudio

    ketartstudio said 7 years ago

    This looks like so much fun! Plus, that would come in handy for making labels and tags. I remember linocutting from middle school - I want to go buy the tools right now. Any excuse to go to the art supply store!

  • staroftheeast

    staroftheeast said 7 years ago

    Yaaay for ArtMind :)

  • baconsquarefarm

    baconsquarefarm said 7 years ago

    Oh my goodness, ones never to old to learn new tricks, this is awesome~ Thanks for sharing ArtMind and Daniellexo.

  • juurceka

    juurceka said 7 years ago

    fantastic. thank you, mitsy.

  • aBreathofFrenchair

    aBreathofFrenchair said 7 years ago

    Thanks for sharing. This is something I would love to try!

  • jcrabbit

    jcrabbit said 7 years ago

    ok that's just plain neat. I didn't even know people did that by hand!!! I am amazed once again.

  • enchantedpond

    enchantedpond said 7 years ago

    brilliant well done Mitsy !!! and you are featured in storque xxx

  • ingermaaike

    ingermaaike said 7 years ago

    Yayyyy for Art, I love her tutorials and those feelings!

  • ZsBcreations

    ZsBcreations said 7 years ago

    Fantastic tutorial, Mitsy, brilliant job!! Congrats on the Storque feature :) hugs, Zsuzsa

  • akane

    akane said 7 years ago

    I love carving stamps... I use them on fabric, wood, and paper of course:)

  • karlita

    karlita said 7 years ago

    wooohooo, a famous belgian :o) Feel like i have to try my hand at stamps some day! And yes, the 99 feelings are amazing!!

  • 1dream

    1dream said 7 years ago

    Uggsh!! Amazing tutorial. Congrats Artmind!!!

  • blueberryshoes

    blueberryshoes said 7 years ago

    oh i am SO gonna get into this now...great article! thanks!

  • adoreneko

    adoreneko said 7 years ago

    Terrific tutorial and wonderful stamps!

  • TreeHuggerStudio

    TreeHuggerStudio said 7 years ago

    that's awesome!

  • alibli

    alibli said 7 years ago

    Great Idea! I'll try...

  • julieincharge Admin

    julieincharge said 7 years ago

    I love this tutorial. Great job, ArtMind! Thanks for sharing.

  • ArtMind

    ArtMind said 7 years ago

    Thank you all! I love tutorials and I love sharing the proces of making something. So happy too that you are all going to make stamps now! :)

  • GaffeyArt

    GaffeyArt said 7 years ago

    Very useful AND cool! annegaffey.blogspot.com

  • ExoticFlavour

    ExoticFlavour said 7 years ago

    Absolutely brilliant, amazing work! Thank you ^-^

  • thePhotoZoo

    thePhotoZoo said 7 years ago

    how cool is that!! thanks for the tutorial!!! (saw this on twitter!!)

  • annarubyking

    annarubyking said 7 years ago

    what a great tutorial! the world cannot have enough stamps!

  • missindie

    missindie said 7 years ago

    Awesome! That is too cool, can't wait to make some! :]

  • topsyturvydesign

    topsyturvydesign said 7 years ago

    Fab tutorial - I *love* your 99 feelings series ArtMind! If you are not up to busting out with the linoleum, so to speak, www.Corrabelle.etsy.com makes awesome linos!

  • SilverSynergy

    SilverSynergy said 7 years ago

    I'm certainly going to give this a go!

  • EJPcreations

    EJPcreations said 7 years ago

    What a great demo!!! Thank you!

  • Ozknits

    Ozknits said 7 years ago

    This looks so fun! I'll have to try it to see if I can do it injury-free :)

  • OffTheHooks

    OffTheHooks said 7 years ago

    very cool- these would be a great way to save paper- instead of getting business cards printed on new paper, you could just stamp recycled bits of paper!!

  • melaniefavreau

    melaniefavreau said 7 years ago

    Nice! I'm gonna make some to customize my packages. Thanks a lot Miss Danielle :)

  • dumbo

    dumbo said 7 years ago

    OH, BRILLIANT!! SIMPLE. EASY. COOL. CHEAP.

  • juicychristians

    juicychristians said 7 years ago

    i love it!

  • kaoruwerk

    kaoruwerk said 7 years ago

    Awesome. I totally want to try it.

  • karuski

    karuski said 7 years ago

    Thanks for a great info with clear description & pictures! Her feelings project is just amazing too!

  • beautifulbridget

    beautifulbridget said 7 years ago

    Excellent! I always wondered how stamps were made!

  • bellasparty

    bellasparty said 7 years ago

    Great tutorial! Thanks for sharing!

  • LaveMeSoapCo

    LaveMeSoapCo said 7 years ago

    interesting

  • kateleestar

    kateleestar said 7 years ago

    I just love etsy.

  • Huismus

    Huismus said 7 years ago

    You busy bee! :-) What a great tutorial and clear explanation.. Check out her shop, those 99 feelings are amazing!!

  • visart

    visart said 7 years ago

    Wonderful tutorial, thanks!

  • themefragrance

    themefragrance said 7 years ago

    oh good! time for to buy more art supplies! thanks for another fun lesson!

  • yaelfran

    yaelfran said 7 years ago

    cool Mitsy!!!!!!

  • clubviv

    clubviv said 7 years ago

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  • PetitPlat

    PetitPlat said 7 years ago

    Oh wow that's awesome! Thanks a lot Mitsy ;)

  • FashionFauxPas

    FashionFauxPas said 7 years ago

    Looks like fun! I'd love to try it out!

  • SteveJaviel

    SteveJaviel said 7 years ago

    Beautiful work. I love them!

  • FlanneryO

    FlanneryO said 7 years ago

    Totally inspired to make some stamps...just bought a Richard Nixon stamp for a friend!

  • ModFarmgirl

    ModFarmgirl said 7 years ago

    Awesome! Thank you for sharing! I really have to try this!!! www.autumnwhispers.etsy.com also sells some awesome handcarved stamps. She can even carve your portrait in a stamp!!!

  • youheartus

    youheartus said 7 years ago

    this is fabulous! thanks.

  • clothpaperstitches

    clothpaperstitches said 7 years ago

    Oh, thank you for sharing this...I've been wanting to learn about this lately, and I'll definitely try it! Thanks.

  • thestapeliacompany

    thestapeliacompany said 7 years ago

    I love stamps and I never knew how to make them. Thanks to this, I do now! :)

  • humblebea

    humblebea said 7 years ago

    Well, that is way too cool! Thanks for sharing, Mitsy! Great article, Danielle! (-:

  • norakaren

    norakaren said 7 years ago

    thanks for the tip!! I love everything customized!

  • myhearttoyours

    myhearttoyours said 7 years ago

    Awesome! I was just looking for stamps today and couldn't find any that were unique! GREAT TIP! Thanks!

  • themagicalbean

    themagicalbean said 7 years ago

    I love making stamps!! Thanks for the information and tips.

  • Humanidad

    Humanidad said 7 years ago

    very cool!

  • DewberryVintage

    DewberryVintage said 7 years ago

    Wow! I cant wait to give this a try :)

  • lovelygifts

    lovelygifts said 7 years ago

    Great idea

  • lunaticart

    lunaticart said 7 years ago

    Excellent tutotial!! Thank you Misty!!!

  • MGMart

    MGMart said 7 years ago

    Great tutorial! I want to try it now!!! Thank you Mitsy and Danielle :) xx

  • auleecreations

    auleecreations said 7 years ago

    What a good idea... Thanks !!!

  • NatashaDesigns

    NatashaDesigns said 7 years ago

    I Love it ")

  • cabbagesandkingsArt

    cabbagesandkingsArt said 7 years ago

    Wonderful Tutorial! Great Job Mitsy, and Danielle! :)

  • silentdisco

    silentdisco said 7 years ago

    Thanks. Its simple... will try it :)

  • vadjutka

    vadjutka said 7 years ago

    I love step-by-step tutorials!

  • DalkullanJewelry

    DalkullanJewelry said 7 years ago

    Great tutorial. I was just thinking about making a stamp yesterday, and now I know how. Thanks so much!

  • IlluminatedPerfume

    IlluminatedPerfume said 7 years ago

    So inspirational!! Thank you this is fantastic.

  • Pumpkinpye517

    Pumpkinpye517 said 7 years ago

    wow this really makes me want to make a stamp! no more potato stamps! lol

  • branda

    branda said 7 years ago

    Great ArtMind!! We will try to make a stamp too!!! :-) :-)

  • tanisalexis

    tanisalexis said 7 years ago

    way to go artmind! :) I love what you do. and your 99 feelings are creating an awesome following. WOO HOO!!! :D

  • ZombieIrish

    ZombieIrish said 7 years ago

    LOVE it... I've been wanting to do this forever! :D

  • littlepinkpebble

    littlepinkpebble said 7 years ago

    wow~!! great~!!

  • paperpatternsilk

    paperpatternsilk said 7 years ago

    I love love love those mini feelings sculptures, I showed them to a designer friend and he thought they were really great and clever too. : )

  • zeropumpkin

    zeropumpkin said 7 years ago

    oh man this is super cool! :D

  • gretchenmist

    gretchenmist said 7 years ago

    great tutorial mitsy, thanks for sharing!

  • VintageScraps

    VintageScraps said 7 years ago

    Fantastic! I was wondering :)

  • peaseblossomstudio

    peaseblossomstudio said 7 years ago

    Love it! I can't wait to be back to carving stamps soon. :-) I am going to teach my 6 year old niece how to carve them when I am up and running again!

  • BlueTerracotta

    BlueTerracotta said 7 years ago

    Thanks for this great tutorial! I'm definitely going to try this!

  • AFarmersDaughter

    AFarmersDaughter said 7 years ago

    funny I was just thinking I need a stamp...Awesome

  • Blakenetizen

    Blakenetizen said 7 years ago

    Wow This is very cool! STAMPS ROCK!

  • Blakenetizen

    Blakenetizen said 7 years ago

    This is soo cool I just twittered it :) http://twitter.com/blakenetizen

  • lilimandrill

    lilimandrill said 7 years ago

    Snif snif! I am so sad! You forgot my stamps: http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=15546362 I also make CUSTOM FACE STAMPS: http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php?listing_id=22242848 Please visit my flickr gallery to see the results of custom orders: http://www.flickr.com/photos/lilimandrill/ Thanks for stopping by! Lise

  • vaeda

    vaeda said 7 years ago

    Love this!

  • mojospastyle

    mojospastyle said 7 years ago

    I started to use stamps on my handbags and you can create so many cool designs. Great article and found some really good stamp stores to buy from.

  • sophiestansfield

    sophiestansfield said 7 years ago

    Fantastic tutorial - very inspired to create my own! :) Thank you!

  • WrenWillow

    WrenWillow said 7 years ago

    oh i love stamps!! i used to make them in college and this has inspired me to try them out again... thanks!

  • sandali

    sandali said 7 years ago

    I absolutely LOVE 'How-to-Tuesdays' -- it's such an inspirational day when it incourages all of us to try something new -- Happy Days ;)

  • Iammie

    Iammie said 7 years ago

    I want one. So cute!

  • LilyBaySoap

    LilyBaySoap said 7 years ago

    Neat-o!

  • Boxtreasures

    Boxtreasures said 7 years ago

    Thank you so much! How cool is this! Always new & fresh ideas!

  • jennifersquires

    jennifersquires said 7 years ago

    This is so inspiring! Thanks for sharing!

  • AwApplesauce

    AwApplesauce said 7 years ago

    This is crazy! I just finished making my own stamps a few days ago! It's a lot of fun, I'm totally going to start doing more.

  • Mimiandlola

    Mimiandlola said 7 years ago

    Thank you for sharing!

  • ellecools

    ellecools said 7 years ago

    So fun! I want to go stamp some stuff right now!

  • Morado

    Morado said 7 years ago

    This is real nice! I'd love to make my own stamps...im surely going to try. thanks!

  • CollectionObsession

    CollectionObsession said 7 years ago

    I didn't think I could make stamps. Maybe I can - I'm gonna try. Thanks for the encouraging tutorial.

  • LoveLeeSoaps

    LoveLeeSoaps said 7 years ago

    I have always wanted to try making stamps!

  • sucree

    sucree said 7 years ago

    I love stamps and have been wanting to make some. Thanks for sharing this ArtMind!

  • shecological

    shecological said 7 years ago

    Thank you so much! that was very cool!

  • ArtMind

    ArtMind said 7 years ago

    I'm getting all giddy that you are all going to make stamps! It's so fun, cheap and useful! Have fun & if you want to share your stamp, you can post a picture on Flickr. There are numerous groups for stamp making, here is one I like a lot: http://www.flickr.com/groups/rubberstamps/

  • ireneagh

    ireneagh said 7 years ago

    very cool! great idea! :)

  • polkadotsoup

    polkadotsoup said 7 years ago

    terrific how-tuesday! i can't wait to get some supplies and get started :)

  • LittleCritters00

    LittleCritters00 said 7 years ago

    Oh! this is great. I've been wanting to do this. thanks

  • CutieDynamite

    CutieDynamite said 7 years ago

    Oooh! I used to love making stamps as a kid!

  • gothfoxdesigns

    gothfoxdesigns said 7 years ago

    Fabulous Tutorial! Funny this should come up since i bought stamp making supplies just yesterday. I haven't made a stamp since Jr. High.

  • redyellowandblueink

    redyellowandblueink said 7 years ago

    I love hand cut rubber stamps and blocks.

  • dropsofjupiter

    dropsofjupiter said 7 years ago

    This tutorial helped me to make my very first own stamp - I love it :) Thank you so much for making this, Mitsy!

  • nikkiprince440

    nikkiprince440 said 7 years ago

    This is a great idea. One I hadn't thought of. I'll be sure to try this. It'll add a unique touch to my scrapbook pages. Check out this blog they have really great ideas as well Scrapbooking Blog, Scrapbooking Tutorials and Ideas

  • nikkiprince440

    nikkiprince440 said 7 years ago

    http://www.capturedmomentsblog.com/

  • nikkiprince440

    nikkiprince440 said 7 years ago

    This is a great idea. One I hadn't thought of. I'll be sure to try this. It'll add a unique touch to my scrapbook pages. Check out this blog they have really great ideas as well http://www.capturedmomentsblog.com/

  • toosis

    toosis said 7 years ago

    Artmind you are so creative. I love the article.

  • HazelnutDesigns

    HazelnutDesigns said 7 years ago

    I had a custom stamp made so I can create my own fabric lables... made by foryoo.etsy.com Love it!

  • pixiepaper

    pixiepaper said 7 years ago

    Great tutorial, very easy to follow directions. Thanks for sharing Mitsy!

  • bluelala

    bluelala said 7 years ago

    Very cool! Thanks for sharing!

  • beladonna

    beladonna said 7 years ago

    It's an awesome tutorial! Congrats Misty!

  • martice

    martice said 7 years ago

    How cool! :)

  • meltemsem

    meltemsem said 7 years ago

    Mitsy, this is great! Thanks so much for sharing us !

  • ilovemysewingmachine

    ilovemysewingmachine said 7 years ago

    i loved doing this in school - im soo going to try it again!

  • poetsdaughter

    poetsdaughter said 7 years ago

    Very cool! I have to try this :)

  • winemakerssister

    winemakerssister said 7 years ago

    Great tutorial! Thanks for including my leaping lamb stamp.

  • FebystanDesigns

    FebystanDesigns said 7 years ago

    Thanks for the tutorial, Artmind! It looks fun.

  • bodaszilvia

    bodaszilvia said 7 years ago

    wonderful idea!! thank you for sharing!

  • waisze

    waisze said 7 years ago

    i love this. I use rubber stamps all the time. Thanks for the intro into the world of stamp making!

  • nanouke

    nanouke said 7 years ago

    I love stamps and I love ArtMind, so.. wonderful combination!

  • PrairieFairyDesigns

    PrairieFairyDesigns said 7 years ago

    Sweet stuff, I remember using a potato and knife to make a one use stamp in elementary school. . . . also works very well and is cheap as cheap can be.

  • mochachild

    mochachild said 7 years ago

    Great idea! It will definitely add more originality. Thanks for sharing!

  • monkeyandsquirrel

    monkeyandsquirrel said 7 years ago

    pirate bunny... arrrr!!!

  • blythestuff

    blythestuff said 7 years ago

    I love this. I will follow and make some. thx~

  • raghousenternational

    raghousenternational said 7 years ago

    Very, very cool. Before etsy, I just never knew how much creativity there is out there and I am just awed at this! Really cool work. Ren

  • jenta2b

    jenta2b said 7 years ago

    I love it, that you could share this with others. THANKS!

  • littlemoandfriends

    littlemoandfriends said 7 years ago

    cool! cool! I'm definitely going to give this handmade stamp a go! Thanks for sharing!xxx

  • cthings

    cthings said 7 years ago

    Great tutorial!! Thanks for sharing this! You make it look so easy.

  • GlamBlasphemy

    GlamBlasphemy said 7 years ago

    Great! I always have been wondering how to do that, but I didn't knew what tools I may be needing.. Thank you!!

  • OSEC

    OSEC said 7 years ago

    Thanks for sharing. I will use it.

  • Tepuisjewelrys

    Tepuisjewelrys said 7 years ago

    Thank you , very cool ,Thanks for sharing Love

  • FableBay

    FableBay said 7 years ago

    i love learning new things!! i would like to give this a try

  • Jemppa

    Jemppa said 7 years ago

    Thanks! This is very helpful and it looks so easy. Most definitely I'll have to give it a try.

  • SavonShoppe

    SavonShoppe said 7 years ago

    Thanks for the great tutorial. Easy to follow w/ great pics. Another craft to try "stamping"...adding to list.

  • MantaWave

    MantaWave said 7 years ago

    Fantastic! Thanks so much! ~G

  • CamillesCloset

    CamillesCloset said 7 years ago

    WHat a fab Idea!!

  • samsstuff

    samsstuff said 7 years ago

    Great idea! (love the little pirate bunny too!) Thanks for the tutoral

  • Paw2Reflect

    Paw2Reflect said 7 years ago

    That is really cool! Thanks for the great tutorial! I can hardly wait to try my own! Sharing is so much fun!

  • applesaucedesigns

    applesaucedesigns said 7 years ago

    Thanks for the lesson I have made a stamp before but used a wood block I never considered gum, which is so much easier to work with, thanks so much.

  • LavenderField

    LavenderField said 7 years ago

    amazing! thanks for sharing! :-)

  • patriciasaabdesigns

    patriciasaabdesigns said 7 years ago

    Useful and fun! Thanks much!!

  • JiaStyle

    JiaStyle said 7 years ago

    very useful article!!!

  • sheenajewellery

    sheenajewellery said 7 years ago

    I have been thinking about making a stamp...nice to see this little tutorial. Now just to squeeze in some time!

  • NaomiKimhi

    NaomiKimhi said 7 years ago

    `really great article , Thank you

  • TheNightjar

    TheNightjar said 7 years ago

    thats great, i have wanted to know a simple way for a while now, yeah!!

  • Wellofcreations

    Wellofcreations said 7 years ago

    This definitely gives me a better appreciation of this type of art.

  • LolasCraftShop

    LolasCraftShop said 7 years ago

    How cool is that!

  • Morado

    Morado said 7 years ago

    These stamps are precious! I wish i cud make one

  • sjane

    sjane said 7 years ago

    hey thanks for including one of my stamps!

  • tinyspace

    tinyspace said 7 years ago

    super cool, wanna try it at home now!

  • wendyjang

    wendyjang said 7 years ago

    gotta go buy erasers ^^

  • variation

    variation said 7 years ago

    I've tried many times (all in vain) to carve my own stamps. I'm impressed by anyone who can do this! Thanks for sharing.

  • lassandaliasdeana

    lassandaliasdeana said 7 years ago

    perfect tute!!! lovely! thanks ;)

  • pandabunny

    pandabunny said 7 years ago

    awesome! this looks like tons of fun!

  • BirdWatching

    BirdWatching said 7 years ago

    These are so cute. I made my own stamp once, maybe I will try it again!

  • amicafe

    amicafe said 7 years ago

    Sweet craft !!! I love it so much! Thanks:P

  • lemonlinn

    lemonlinn said 7 years ago

    Great job. I like your idea!

  • plasticmoon

    plasticmoon said 7 years ago

    cannot wait to start mine :-) thanks for the tips !

  • Achromatic

    Achromatic said 6 years ago

    I'm efinitely going to try this out! Very helpful...thanks for posting these tips!

  • LoveLeeSoaps

    LoveLeeSoaps said 6 years ago

    I have been thinking about trying this forever. I come back and look at this post all the time. I FINALLY just ordered. :)

  • pppcute

    pppcute said 6 years ago

    Wow. Great..:)

  • SiamOriental

    SiamOriental said 6 years ago

    very cute

  • RePairer

    RePairer said 6 years ago

    very nice!

  • paulofnavarone

    paulofnavarone said 6 years ago

    love eet!

  • ruddlecottage

    ruddlecottage said 6 years ago

    I've always loved making stamps, when I could afford business cards, I made them the same way! Nice job! Keep on stamping! My best jayne

  • Snowdon

    Snowdon said 5 years ago

    Thanks for this, can't wait to get home and dig out my lino cutting tools and give it a go!

  • terribea

    terribea said 5 years ago

    another way to carve a softer stamp is rubber carving sheet, available in the lino carving aisle at the art store. AND a really cheaper way I use for little ones is the ends or faces of the white rubber erasers. Try them.

  • RickiKellyStudio

    RickiKellyStudio said 5 years ago

    yay! I was hoping to make my own stamp instead of having to order one... I've heard of making stamps out of erasers or linolium tiles. I'm going to have to find some things around the house that will suffice! OOoo I love being resourceable! Thanks!

  • Funkyfrogg

    Funkyfrogg said 5 years ago

    I have always wanted to do this! I can't wait to try.

  • ButlerPottery

    ButlerPottery said 5 years ago

    I like this idea. Thanks for sharing

  • bluewater607

    bluewater607 said 5 years ago

    I love this!!Thanks so much for sharing!!

  • SimplyInvitingCards

    SimplyInvitingCards said 5 years ago

    Just came across this via another Storque article. Thanks for taking the time to share this how-to!

  • GaloreGalore

    GaloreGalore said 5 years ago

    I'm laughing out loud; I am preparing to open my etsy shop, and am literally in the middle of making a stamp for packaging my goods. What makes me laugh is that the tools pictured above are almost identical to the tools I am looking at now. I'm living in Valenciennes, which is just near the Belgian border, so that might explain things!

  • SweetlyScrappedArt

    SweetlyScrappedArt said 5 years ago

    This is so cool! Definitely going to try. Wish me luck! This person has skills :)

  • 8Crayons

    8Crayons said 5 years ago

  • 8Crayons

    8Crayons said 5 years ago

    I got so excited, I hit the button twice! I used to do wood & linolium cuts back in the day...thanks for helping me to remem ber that I loved this! YEAAAAAA!

  • jasperjay

    jasperjay said 5 years ago

    that pencil rub is brilliant-i never would have thought of that!

  • ITEMFACTORY

    ITEMFACTORY said 5 years ago

    Cool Tips!! Thank you . I'm gonna give it a try

  • Gasii

    Gasii said 5 years ago

    Very cool! i really wanna do that too :) thanks for sharing

  • GABLI

    GABLI said 4 years ago

    Perfecto! Thank you for sharing this information!

  • nomadcraftsetc

    Janelle and Jason Ethridge from NomadCraftsEtc said 4 years ago

    VERY GOOD IDEA!

  • sinstamp

    sin sin from SugarSinDesign said 4 years ago

    Good Idea and Good Tip

  • 29thDecember

    TeeTi Suthivoranunkul from 29thDecember said 4 years ago

    Cool tips !!

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    wanchai sirisaengchai from bambiestore said 3 years ago

    fantastic. thank you, mitsy.

  • 24pm

    PM dolls from 24PM said 3 years ago

    Thank you . ;]

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    May from RosyBeau said 3 years ago

    Cool Trip! Thank you so much

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  • RichyHandmade

    Wirawat Janpranot from RichyHandMade said 3 years ago

    Thanks for the ideas I will try to do it

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    Amnaj Ruamsupnukul from SumAssets said 3 years ago

    cool

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    Tinna Kancha from tinny1980artsfarm said 2 years ago

    oh very good.

  • NATcmTHAI

    Natthawuth Tachumpoo from CNXClubShop said 2 years ago

    Very nice !!!

  • angkrit21

    angkrit romsaiyud from iCrochet21 said 2 years ago

    Cool! Thx for idea

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    Kamonkan Ngamtrakulchon from PBPixelBeads said 2 years ago

    Very nice. Thank you

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    kanoon ZA from VinlyWallClockArt said 1 year ago

    i like it. i going to try.

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    chutapat nivasratana from ISARAjewelry said 1 year ago

    Good Idea for My Valentine card.I need to try

  • natthanitpoonphon

    Natthanit from Muntra said 1 year ago

    Cool Tips!!

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    Ranjan Kathuria from crossdomain said 1 year ago

    Great !

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    Tatchaya from LittleSentimental said 1 year ago

    Love it! Thanks for sharing.

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    INN PROM from WashDogBkk said 1 year ago

    Great idea!!

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    Kittiyaporn Phuruahong from Giftcraftz said 261 days ago

    Cool! Thanks for sharing

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    Bill Llib Suwimon P. from KiddodogByBill said 94 days ago

    Thank you :) Great tips!

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