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    Scrapper luv2craft's Avatar
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    I just wondered if anyone has tried making your own stamps. I've seen on the internet you can make them out of erasers, but that really seems like a lot of work or at least hard to do.

    I was hoping that maybe there was a way to make them with my computer - design it on the computer, print out the design, etc. Is this possible????

    Thanks, Dawn
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    I just wondered if anyone has tried making your own stamps. I've seen on the internet you can make them out of erasers, but that really seems like a lot of work or at least hard to do.

    I was hoping that maybe there was a way to make them with my computer - design it on the computer, print out the design, etc. Is this possible????

    Thanks, Dawn
    Dawn

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    My DH bought me this rubber stamp making kit. It does the job but is somewhat messy and there is a learning curve also, which I would be glad to answer any questions for you , hopefully I might have the answer. They have a number you can call for help too.
    http://www.martronicscorporation.com/#make-art-stamps

    There's also this site, I have never tried this but I am thinking of trying it.
    http://www.wilde-ideas.com/Vndrs/Pens/MoldableFoam.html

    Hope this helps you some.

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    Senior Scrapper cincpa's Avatar
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    P.S. at the bottom of the first link I gave you it says something about an "Affiliate/Dealer" well I am not into any of that, nor am I interested, I just bought there kit. I didn't tell you about this for that reason so please don't think that this is a sales pitch.

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    the only stamps I have made for myself were from adhesive fun foam. I made a polka dot stamp with a hole punch, and one from a flower diecut. I put the adhesive side on a piece of clear plastic, then used repositionable adhesive to stick the plastic to a clear stamping block. But these were just simple designs, nothing intricate.

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    thanks so much for the sites. I love looking at them. The stamp maker you have looks wonderful.
    Dawn

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    We just made a mosaic one from pieces at the Stampin' Up! preview of the new catalog class my Demonstrator had! That was sorta neat!
    Grandma to Hunter, Autumn and Xander!

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    There are also Magic Stamps. Clearsnap makes them, HERE.

    These are pretty neat; you heat them up and impress them with all sorts of things you have around the house and yard to make a stamp. You can keep that stamp forever or if you want something different you can heat them with a heat gun and impress something else.

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    I bought my magic stamps from the internet on ebay. I have not made a stamp with them yet, but hope to do so soon.

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    check out my blogs: http://scrappers.me.com/bitaglitz
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    Judy, I just PM'd Pam and asked her the following:

    I just wondered do you think it would work if you did the following to make a stamp:

    Print off the design from your computer. Use dimensional paint to outline the design, and then heat up the magic stamp, and press your print out with the puff paint or dimensional paint into it to make a stamp.

    Do you think this would work? Also, how do you heat it up?

    This would be fantastic if it works. Please let me know what you think.

    Dawn
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