A stamped image can be both intricate and beautiful, but if your stamp isn't covered in ink, you could miss out. Learn how to create the perfect image when rubber stamping and you'll never had to rework your rubber stamping projects again.
Rubber stamping techniques don't have to be complicated. Instead, use a simple, easy-to-understand method for creating perfect stamped images every time. Learn how to store and ink rubber stamps - it's a simple way to save money on supplies.
Craft this beautiful greeting card from with stamp accents and send peaceful greetings to friends and family.
Give handmade greeting cards the stamp of approval with this adorable Foam Bunny Stamp! This is a great way to get kids into crafting, and a fun way to learn how to make your own stamps. Easter bunny crafts are great for cards and gifts!
Combine large stamps with metallic Inkabilities ink for beautiful results. The Happy Birthday greeting in this cards look great embossed.
Stamp directly on Note Pad Book covers and use decorative tape (or duct tape!) on the end board for a book that goes together lickety-split!
Learn how to get the most out of your lower quality rubber stamps in this craft video. This stamp technique will help you get the most out of inexpensive stamps so you don't break the bank!
An uncluttered stamped card declaring "Wish" surrounded by rosewood flowers gives a peaceful feel. The warm oranges and greens blend together perfectly, evoking springtime.
Love Stamps? Create this Easy Marbled Background for your next rubber stamping project. It adds a fun new dimension to your work.
Give your cards, illustrations, and scrapbook layouts a whole new dimension with the help of Copic markers. Blending colors is easy and fun, and with this How to Color Clouds and Sky tutorial, you'll learn how to create puffy clouds that look like they're floating right off the page!