Rubber stamping is a versatile technique that can enhance many different types of craft projects. Some of my favorite ways to use rubber stamps are pictured below; be sure to click on each item to get more information.
Hand-Stamping Sentiments for Greeting Cards, Collages, Scrapbook Layouts and Other Paper Craft Projects
If you want to make some greeting cards, it’s a no-brainer to stamp your text using sentiment stamps. I’ve done this so much that I’ve got a system for it down to a science, and I thought it would be worthwile for me to share some ideas. These ideas could help you to be a more prolific stamper, and they could also figure out how to get your money’s worth out of all your sentiment stamps (or any sentiment stamps you might buy in the future.)
Check out our suggestions for the best ink pads you might want to choose for stamping on paper. Hint: The Distress Ink pads pictured above are one of our top choices on the list. Click here to see more of our top picks.
Stamping on Scrapbook Projects
Stamping on a Wedding Scrapbook Layout
Pictured above, you can see some of my rubber stamps and ink pads organized in an ArtBin Super Satchel craft organizer. This is one possible solution for storing your rubber stamps and ink pads; check out this page to find more rubber stamp storage and organization ideas.
So there you have it: Those are the most important pages on our website covering the topic of stamping. We hope you found this information helpful, informative and inspiring. Happy stamping!
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Posted By: Amy Solovay
This page was last updated on 9-23-2021.