When you see the word stamp
what comes to mind? Postage stamps, stamp your feet, maybe even
rubber stamps. The next five projects are a whole new way to stamp
with every kind of material. Stamps are the easy way to repeat
the same design and have it look the same each time. Manufacturing
plants often use other kinds of stamps to "stamp out"
molds, "stamp on" designs and "stamp it";
it being any surface you can think of.
Cookie Cutter Stamping:
Start with a cookie cutter - no we're not baking; add Styrofoam
and acrylic paint and you'll end up with great stamped bags,
stationary and greeting cards. Cook up a whole batch of projects.
109-2 Sticker Stamps: These stamps might not be accepted
at the post office , but they make great decorations. Decorative
edge scissors, labels, rubber stamps and washable markers are
all you need.
109-3 Stamped Memory Albums: Get out those school pictures
and make your own scrapbook page. Learn the techniques for assembling
one of a kind pages to showcase your favorite photos in a unique
109-4 Personal Postage Stamps: What if you were asked
to design the next postage stamp? This project shows you how
using chalks, markers and various blending techniques.
your own stamp is fun. Anything you can draw or trace can be
turned into a stamp with this easy technique. Decorate a T-shirt
with fabric paints and your very own stamp creation.
109-6 Hands On Project: Learn about Camp Can Do, a summer
camp for children with cancer, where crafts are a big part of
every days activities.
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