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DIY foam die cut stamps





Hi everyone summer here um. I had this idea when I got these new illiterate craft designs. Die-Cut dice this one and this one and I thought they would make really nice gap for knit real nice dance, and I thought I'd, try and make my own kind of foam mounted stamps with those. So she here's a quick how-to. I don't know how long these are going to hold her. These would be perfect for mixed-media project, so it works. Try. So what I'm doing is I'm going to take my picture and run like this a little bit and the die-cut dice and some adhesive 3d foam? So this is, I don't know two millimeters thick, probably, and I'm just going to cut piece, I'm not going to meet everything, I'm just going to cut a small piece, and since this is already adhesive, which has been attentive on the back, this will work perfectly. I hope with the foam beads I have saved from this was this was in some kind of packaging that I got, and I thought these are pretty cool. I just didn't know what to use this for, and this is the perfect project or two to try out and use these. So what I'm doing is I'm just rolling through the machine through the die cutting machine, and I hope some time is enough - we'll see if not I'm going to take another one. We have enough foam, so you can see it cuts really nicely through the foam, because it's soft and just yet you just remove it and then just put this away. Sorry to take your phone base, and this is the only part that's a little bit annoying. You need to remove all these little pit bits and pieces, because otherwise you want to have a perfect image one if you use it like this. You'Ll just get a solid area without any any parents on it, so you actually have to go and remove all these little bits and pieces. You can either do it. This way you can pull this teacher off yeah and then, of course, you have these little bits and pieces that doesn't matter so you place it on your foam piece like I said this is a try, but I figured this might work and I'm adhering it here And then I'll start removing, and this is going to take a while, because I'm using my tweezers and removing all these little pieces - and you can even take these flowers and bits and pieces you have in there and adhere them somewhere like. Let'S put this, I don't know, let's put this here and it's going to stick there and then just keep on removing all those pieces. I'M going to use these flower bits, I'm just going to adhere them along the edge, so it will complement my original image. Why not that's what these parts are for? Aren'T they so as I'm going to just remove all these pieces and then share with you the finished phone adhered stamp and make this first stamp image. So this will go on I'm going to stop filming now and share with you the finished product because obviously you're not young, you don't want to watch me, remove all these pieces, it's it will take a while, but I hope it's going to be worth it see. You in a minute, okay, as you can see, I've finished, removing all the negative pieces and what I'm going to do now is I'm just going to carefully cut the residue form away. So here is a slight form: I'm not going to be able to make it exactly the form I'm not besides, I'm not patient enough, but I think this will be close enough for my purposes and I'm mainly going to use this on my media projects. Probably - and I'm just removing, of course you could leave it like this, but I'm removing it apart to give me an idea of the exact real form of the stamp. I don't know it's that's important, but I'm assuming it's. It'S makes stamping easier because you don't know you will found what now, where which part of the stamp is where the flower signs on okay, so that is that's actually my do-it-yourself foam adhered foam stamp. I don't know how to call it if I cut foam stamp or whatever, so this is the first one I made. Of course I couldn't just make one I used both of these. These dies this one and this one they make really really nice stamps. Look at this aren't this pretty and I've just you know, removed the negative pieces from here and edit them across along the border of the actual sidecut image, just to make it more interesting and fun. And besides, I didn't want to throw this pieces away because they look really nice as they are okay. So let's take a piece of paper and try how this work out so for testing. I just took a college block that will be enough for this purpose and pale tomato mid-tone here, arts shadow ink - these are quite wet, so I think this will work. Fine, I'm going to try these with acrylic paint, because I think these will be perfect for that purpose. But let's see what happens if you do it with a regular wet ink, you just need to try and get even coverage, and, if not you just take, I mean you need to cover the whole area with ink and then maybe put something soft underneath to make Sure that you get a a nice image, so let me do that before I stamp I'll. Try that and then I'll try it without we'll see so there's my foam underneath to make it a little bit softer and then I'm just going to press my image there when you think how that works, I'm thinking for mixed-media purposes. This will be really nice. Even working with jelly plate and stuff like that, so that would see my stamp image. Isn'T that pretty that's perfect? I love it, and since this is a really wet ink, it really soaks into this form and then makes a really really nice image. I mean it's not perfect, but it's you can work with it. Okay, let's make the other one. So do you can see how that turned out, and this one is the one I showed you you know from from the beginning how to make these. So I'm just applying the ink making sure I know where my area is and pressing it down Kim holds calls this CPR, stamping and I think, for this foam purpose. That'S the way to go. That'S it the next image. Wow! That'S pretty! Oh yeah! I really like this and I don't know how long these are going to last. But you know it's just you don't need anything expensive. You just buy, buy, buy some form that adhesive on the back and then some kind of form pieces that you get from packaging. Sometimes there are different kinds of bits and pieces. You get. I'Ve been saving these because I thought these might work for something I just didn't know for what - and this is the perfect purpose for using these. So I've got this thicker one there's a little bit harder. I'M going to try these with other die-cuts, and then I've got these. This is a little bit softer, but not that extremely soft, soft or thin material, so works really well. Okay, I think that's it and now off to play thanks for watching bye, [, Music, ]

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