Inkjet Transfer Stamping

Inkjet Transfer Stamping

As I mentioned before, I don’t often stamp. Therefore I found the tutorial on how to make stamps with an inkjet printer very interesting.

I haven’t tried it yet and possibly I never will, because printer ink is also expensive, but who knows? Because I really want to ‘stamp’ the image on the photo and I’m sure that I wont carve it from an eraser ;-)


Craft Chi: Inkjet Transfer Stamping

Here at unikatissima:
Eraser Stamps

2 thoughts on “Inkjet Transfer Stamping”

  1. I am personally addicted to carving, but it’s not for everyone! I tried image transfer using Claudine Hellmuth’s acrylic paint technique and it worked well… I haven’t yet used inkjet as a method.
    You asked if I found it difficult to work on 10″x8″ canvas – no. not really… if anything, I could’ve gone on painting “Blocks” ad infinitum! I think the secret was, in that case, that I started around the outside and worked my way in, as opposed to working from the inside out. It just flowed!!

    I really like the varied projects you make and post about. Bravo!

  2. I tried today to see all of your sites but I haven’t finished yet ;-)
    What are you carving?

    Because only yesterday I made two more eraser stamps with *very* simple flowers on it. They were fun, look cute and were not hard to do.

    I’ve heard about “Claudine Hellmuth’s acrylic paint technique” but haven’t looked at it yet. It seems that I have to put it on my to-do and to-explore lists ;-)

    And thank you very much for your commendation :-)

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