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The ultimate rubber stamping technique book
Green, Gail.
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
Iola, WI. : Krause Publications, 1999.
Physical Description:
144 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 28 cm
General Note:
Includes index.
Format :


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Material Type
Home Location
Central Library TT867 .G744 1999 Adult Non-Fiction Non-Fiction Area-Oversize

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The Key to Stamping Success is at your Fingertips!

Stampers rejoice! Anyone who has an interest in exploring the creative possibilities of rubber stamping techniques, methods, and materials will find this all-in-one resource a must-have. Author and teacher Gail Green takes you on an exciting journey from basic skills like masking and repeating a design to advanced ones such as mirror imaging and stamping off the edge. Also includes goof-proof methods, clear step-by-step instructions, and photos to help you master a wide variety of techniques and create dozens of unique, colorful projects.

Creative ideas and information for:

Memory album pages, home decorating, clothing, greeting cards, picture frames, and giftware

Stamping on wood, fabric, leather, and paper

Embossing, 3-D effects, and multiple coloring techniques

Tools and materials that guarantee success

Whether you are new to rubber stamping or you have been working with stamps for years, you will discover that the creative possibilities of rubber stamping are endless - all you need are your imagination and this book!

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Booklist Review

According to previous books, it seems as if nothing else is needed to produce credible images than a rubber stamp, an ink pad, and a surface. Green, however, expands our horizons by combining other complementary media with the stamp process. In fact, the approximately 30 projects realize almost professional status, resembling good hand-colored illustrations applied in creative ways to a variety of surfaces, including picture frames, photo albums, clothing, and holiday ornaments. Techniques range from embossing and repeat designs to the incorporation of stenciling, sponging, stitching, and decoupage. Too, tips like "choose a well-defined outlined image for a 3D pop-up" appear throughout patterns and instructions. --Barbara Jacobs

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