Here is another stamp, and the scrap piece of fabric I stamped onto.
I’d love it if you’d share with me how you make your stamps. These are pieces of fun foam sheets (the kiddie stuff) glued onto a base of the same material; the most playful were the ones produced very quickly with scrap pieces. I’ve always thought I should carve stamps using lino, erasers, or some kind of carving block, but then you need a hand tool, and all kinds of carving tips, and on and on. It just never seemed to happen. This was soooo simple. All I needed was the fun foam sheets, an exacto knife, a sharp pair of scissors and printed patterns. I actually just glued the pattern, after I printed it out, onto the fun foam with white glue. That made cutting out the pattern, and placing it on the correct spot on the base, ridiculously easy.
I’ll post a few more fabric samples in the next day or two. I also have some more of my weekly quilts coming up . . .