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Bullali_Bite_Me
« Reply #10 on: March 07, 2008 04:08:20 PM »

This stamp rocks! I love the texture on the bunny.
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mamaedgar
« Reply #11 on: March 07, 2008 07:15:59 PM »

thanks ..... it was really a good challenge!
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PlumCrafty
« Reply #12 on: March 08, 2008 10:50:33 AM »

Mamaedgar, your stamp making abilities rock! Grin That is one cool bunny!
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drawingnut
« Reply #13 on: March 09, 2008 11:45:15 PM »

wat did you use to scrape off the rubber cus when i make a stamp it looks like crap
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mamaedgar
« Reply #14 on: March 13, 2008 11:22:16 AM »

wat did you use to scrape off the rubber cus when i make a stamp it looks like crap

i use the speedball lino cutting tools.  it's a handle with interchangable blades .... it's the best!
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Gooble Gobble
« Reply #15 on: March 27, 2008 12:31:29 AM »

Hello, my first post here. My wife just turned me onto this site and I'm already hooked. I do a lot of rubber stamp carving and it looks like you used a speedy cut block, or possibly a carving block from Dick Blick. I would recommend not using Speedy cut or the Dick Blick stuff, it's far too crumbly and will not wear well with repeated use. I would recommend using PZcut, the white kind, which is available from stampeaz.com. I am in no way affiliated with Stampeaz, I just love their product. I'll upload a recent carving soon, must get sleep now.


Happy Carving!
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mamaedgar
« Reply #16 on: March 27, 2008 01:19:31 PM »

Hello, my first post here. My wife just turned me onto this site and I'm already hooked. I do a lot of rubber stamp carving and it looks like you used a speedy cut block, or possibly a carving block from Dick Blick. I would recommend not using Speedy cut or the Dick Blick stuff, it's far too crumbly and will not wear well with repeated use. I would recommend using PZcut, the white kind, which is available from stampeaz.com. I am in no way affiliated with Stampeaz, I just love their product. I'll upload a recent carving soon, must get sleep now.


Happy Carving!


thanks for the advice.  i've got 10 year old stamps ( used a lot) cut from speedycut that are in perfect shape, but it's always good to know of different materials!
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