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    Rubber stamping HOW To?

    Hey...I have a good idea for a little advertising for my Mom's new business venture...She just opened a health food store, and I thought it would be very cool to rubber stamp her brown grocery bags...
    How would I go about doing that? I have never made a rubber stamp before. OR does anyone know crafty girl that makes her own??

    Gracias.

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    In the Super Crafty book I have they made stamps out of styrofoam. All you have to do is get a sheet of Styrofoam, and draw your design onto it and with a exacto or other carving tool cut it out. Then use a little paint roller to apply your paint or ink and your good to go. If your going to reuse the stamp over and over I might glue some kind of handle on the back, like a small block of wood.
    I probably shouldn't be spilling the info of the book, but they love this site so I don't think they'd mind! :)


 

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