Rubber Stamping isn’t just for Paper!

Rubber stamping may bring to mind creating an image on paper, but with the new generation of permanent watercolor dye inks almost any surface can be stamped. To include rubber stamping in your arts and crafts program, you need to consider that the initial investment of rubber stamps and inkpads, but both supplies have a long life if you take the time to clean the stamps and pads after use. To clean stamps you need to dilute some all-purpose cleaner …


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