Carve Your Own Stamps
with Meagan Lewis
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01 Materials for Making Your Own Stamps10:27
About The Class
carve your own rubber stamps.
Custom stamps are a great way to add a personal touch to creative projects. Learn how to make your own stamp in Carve Your Own Stamps.
Meagan will teach the fundamentals of how to make your own stamps for printing in this fun and informative class. She’ll demonstrate the complete process for making stamped place and escort cards. You’ll learn how to::
- Transfer a design and carve a stamp
- Mount and clean your stamp
- Stamp your cards
Meagan will also discuss the different types of inks available on the market and which ones are best for printing on paper.
Check the bonus materials below for a complete product list of the tools and supplies you need to finish this project.
Materials for Making Your Own Stamps10:27
Transferring Stamp Design08:18
Carving Your Own Stamps15:06
Printing Placecards with Your Own Stamps08:34
Meagan Lewis is a professional artist specializing in stamp carving. She studied art at Weber State University, Utah, where she became excited by the versatility of printmaking. In 2008, her company Brown Pigeon hatched from an idea to print stationery ... read moreSee instructor's Classes
Meagan Lewis - Carve Your Own Stamp Supply List.docx
100% of students recommend this class.
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I found this nugget of a course a really inspiring boost for me in my own stamp carving. Good information delivered in a calm and clear way by an engaging instructor. Worth the time and money!
Thank you Meaghan for the overview and demonstration for how to carve stamps. I am completely new to learning how to carve so this class was very helpful!
Meagan shows you all you need to know to get started carving your own rubber stamps. Her explanations are clear and easy to understand, and her enthusiasm is contagious!
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