Stamping with Text
with Meagan Lewis
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02 Carving Text Stamps from Printed Fonts14:22
Class duration: 0h 37mSee all 5 lessons
About The Class
say it with a stamp
Custom stamps add handmade elegance to your creative projects. Learn how to make a unique text-based stamp in Stamping with Text.
Meagan Lewis is a professional artist specializing in stamp carving. In this intermediate-level class, she’ll show you how to make a custom monogram stamp. You’ll learn:
- Transferring and carving text using a font or your own handwriting
- Which ink pads are best for printing on fabric
- Positive and negative carving techniques
Meagan will demonstrate the complete custom stamp creation process and show you how to prepare and stamp your own monogrammed favor bags.
Check the bonus materials below for a complete product list of the tools and supplies you need to finish this project.
Cleaning and Caring for Stamps03:40
Carving Text Stamps from Printed Fonts14:22
Carving Negative Space Into a Stamp Design09:17
Preparing to Mount a Handmade Stamp05:44
Tips for Stamping Text on Fabric04:54
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
Stamped Muslin Bags Supply List
100% of students recommend this class.
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Meagan gives you some basics on how to make a negative and a positive stamp. She makes it look so easy. I can't wait to try it. I watched the free version. Thanks. I didn't hear or see what to use to connect the stamp to the wood. Did anyone hear this?
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