Stamp-Making Adventures: Carve, cut, & print one-of-a-kind designs (Video Download)

Discover a myriad of techniques for creating stamps with found objects, foam, and carving.
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SKU# EP4530

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Making your own stamps is astonishingly easy. And once you start, it will become an addiction that can’t be stopped. Mixed-media artist Julie Fei-Fan Balzer shares myriad techniques for creating stamps with found objects, foam, and carving. Along the way she reveals tips on printing, layering, and planning your designs. It’s a stamp-making adventure you won’t soon forget!

About the Author
  • Ink (Archival Ink™ and Distress Inks™ by Ranger, StazOn® Ink by Tsukineko®)
  • Glossy Accents™ (Ranger)
  • Dies (Tim Holtz® by Sizzix®)
  • Embossing Folders (Tim Holtz by Sizzix)
  • Die-cutting machine (Tim Holtz Vagabond by Sizzix)
  • Acrylic paint (Claudine Hellmuth by Ranger, Eco Green Crafts™)
  • Blending foam and tool (Ranger)
  • Cosmetic sponges
  • Craft foam
  • Scissors
  • Creative Versa-Tool™ (Walnut Hollow®)
  • Speedy-Carve™ (Speedball®)
  • Lino cutter handles and cutters
  • Box cutter
  • Glass cutting mat
  • Pencil
  • Metal-edged ruler
  • Ball-point pens
  • Cling foam
  • Acrylic block (for stamping)
  • Scissors (Kai, stamp cutting)

SKU: EP4530

Author/Speaker/Editor: Julie Fei-Fan Balzer

Format: Standard Definition Video

Customer Reviews

Stamp-Making Adventures Review by NULL NULL

I LOVE this DVD!!! In addition to being an amazing artist/teacher, Julie is smart, creative, and so energetic! I've collected all manner of stamp-carving supplies, from Speed-Ball lino-cutters to craft foam, but have felt timid about actually CARVING something. But now, after watching Julie's DVD, I can't wait to get started!! The only thing that I feel is missing is an enclosed "worksheet" with either photos or line drawings of each stamp. And, of course, a copyright statement. Congrats, and thanks, Julie for creating such a wonderful tutorial! Carolyn Phillips

(Posted on 5/24/12)