Sunday, March 8, 2009

Cutting Rubber Stamps

Rubber stamps, cut out of slices from an old eraser which I sacrificed to the project. The handles are formed out of a molding paste which mainly consists of paper clay.
After drying, the rubber letters will certainly have to be fixed to the handles with glue. I used a fine cutter and tools for woodcut or linoleum cut.

PS. Decided to replace the molded handles by cardboard, because the drying process will drive me nuts, I need it quick.


Judy said...

I love cutting rubber stamps....learned it from Rayna, one of the grand masters!


ArtSparker said...

"I need it quick"

Oh, I know that feeling.

Nice "M"

for magic, magister?

Carmen Rose said...

Polymer clay would be good for that, once it is baked it is hard.

Diane said...

Neat Idea...I can think of a few things I would like to make with rubber stamps *puts on her mental list of things to do*