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My Stamps is an ‘Angel Company’. We recognize and appreciate the part artists and crafters play in the evolution of stamping as an art craft. We appreciate that their work gives our stamps life. We consider work created and sold using Cathy’s designs not to be an infringement of copyright providing the images used were each individually hand stamped by the selling artist. Any reproduction or copy of Cathy's designs by any other means, eg graphic, photographic including photocopying, electronic, mechanical or otherwise without the express written permission of the Author remains in conflict with the law.
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Materials & equipment
One large eraser
Lino-cutting "V"-shaped tools
Craft knife

1. Draw or transfer a simple design onto an eraser

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1x Book "An Introduction.."@ AUD 19.50

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2. Carve around the design using a lino-cutter

3. Occasionally stamp your new image to check it and guage your work so far

5. You are now the proud creator of a personalised and unique rubber stamp

|| The most complete introduction to the craft of rubber stamping ||
|| Easy-to-follow, step by step directions to fantastic creations ||
|| 36 pages of hints, notes, illustrations and full colour photographs ||
|| The "Recipe Book" of creative rubber stamping ||
|| Glossary of stamping terms explained in everyday language
|| Invaluable for beginners and advanced stampers alike ||

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Available from many craft retialers worldwide.

4. Cut away excess or irrelevant rubber with your craft knife
Sample images & instructions from "Introduction to Fun Rubber Stamping..." above
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