Rubber Art Stamping
Rubber stamping techniques and how-tos. Keep checking back for our Technique of the week.

Alcohol Inks and Rubber Stamping star
Alcohol Inks can add a lot of versatility to your rubber stamping projects. The ink works well on glossy paper or any non porous surface, allowing you to alter a great variety of objects.

Altered Altoid Tin star
creating a brooch pin from a mini altoid tin

Altered CD Stamped Art star
There are so many things to do with those old CD's! Here are some ways to prepare the CD's for stamping effects.

Antique Technique star
The grunge look, vintage, antique, and shabby chic styles are so popular today and can be achieved with just a little preparation. Get out your tea bags, and brew up a pot of tea, then stain your paper for one of a kind effects.

Artist Trading Cards star
Artist Trading Cards are miniature works of art.

Artist Trading Cards DieCut Holder star
Here is an easy way to hold all of your Artist Trading Cards!

Block Stamp Uses star
Have you ever seen a stamp with a solid square on it and not known how to use it? Here are some ideas that may encourage you to find one of those stamps and actually use it!

Coloring Your Rubber Stamped Image star
Adding color to your rubber stamped image will make your image pop. Read and explore the many ways that color can be added to your image.

Cosmos Cards star
These stunning cards are so fun and easy to make, and best of all, they make a big impression.

Creating a Faux Batik Effect star
create a faux batik effect on paper!

Creating Marbleized Backgrounds star
Learn how to marbleize your backgrounds

Decorating Stamps With Chalks star
Using chalks is a fun and easy way to add color to your rubber stamped images.

Distress Ink Techniques star
Some quick and easy ways to use your Distress inks (or other dye inks) to make some unique and artistic backgrounds and papers.

Dry Embossing star
Dry Embossing is a technique that raises portions of the paper in virtually any design you want. There are many ways to achieve this, and several are highlighted here.

Faux Cloisonne star
How to easily achieve the look of faux cloisonne with stamps and embossing powders.

Glitter Cards star
Glitter is easy to use and comes in hundreds of colors and styles. They can be used quite easily to enhance your card and scrapbook creations.

How to Make Your Own Flower Flocking star
A quick and easy way to make your own faux flower Soft flocking material. A must have technique for your crafting library.

Inexpensive Floral Embellishments star
Have you ever wanted to make some of the beautiful cards, scrapbook pages, or other projects you find in the magazines and online but the cost of the parts is too much? We will discuss some of the ways to get that designer look on without breaking the bank.

Kissing Technique star
Using the kissing technique to add new life to your solid stamps.

Masking A Stamped Image star
Sometimes you want to layer your stamps, but do not want to show everything on both stamps. You can mask parts of your stamps. Learn how here.

Pop Up Cards star
Learn how to make a pop up cards! Add fun to your card making with the element of surprise as they open the card.

Shabby Chic Note Card star
Shabby Chic rubber stamping technique for notecards that will really stand out.

Shaker Cards star
Shakers are a fun way to add something special to your cards, tags, and scrapbook pages.Here you can learn a quick and easy way to put these together.

Shaving Cream Background star
Looking for a unique background for a stamped card? Try the fun and easy shaving cream technique!

Shrinking Plastic Techniques star
Remember Shrinky Dinks? Now shrinking plastic comes in so many names but is still as much fun. Your stamped images become clearer and the colors more vivid. You've got to try it!

Stamping on Acetate star
Are you looking for a way to dramatically change the appearance of your rubber art stamping? You have got to try this.

Stamping on Fabric star
Painting on clothing is a historical art form that has grown with the development of new paints and techniques. Adding stamp art to your painted clothing alters your clothing to a work of art.

Stamping on Photos star
How to translate different stamping techniques to your photos in order to add dimension and interest.

Stamping on Polymer Clay star
Make simple and inexpensive embellishments for your greeting cards, scrap books, jewelry, or other projects with polymer clay and your favorite rubber stamps.

Stamping on Twill Tape star
Twill Tape is the newest rage with scrappers and stampers. It usually comes in a neutral natural color and in many different widths. You can add it plain to a card or scrapbook page, or you can stamp on it!

Stamping With Bleach star
Bleach stamping is a fun and easy way to create different looking images. Use bleach just like you would an ink pad.

Technique - Expressionistic Watercolor star
How to achive this impressive look with a minimun of supplies, time, and effort.

Understanding UTEE and its Many Uses star
There are so many creative ways to use UTEE (Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel). Learn how to make jewelry, embelishments, and do thick embossing techniques.

Using Glitter with Rubber Stamps star
Do you love the look of glitter but are at a loss as to how to make it work best on your stamping projects. Here is a brief tutorial.

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