TJay brought me home some recycled rubber pads that are used under pallets at his job. They throw them away, but he thought I might be able to used them. He's getting good at spotting stuff that feeds my creative soul...bless his heart! These things are about 48 x 18 inches and 1/16th of an inch thick and pretty easy to cut with scissors. TJay sawed up some of his scrap wood for mounting and I was off and running!
|Oh the possibilities!|
|I can actually fell the OCD kicking in -- lol!|
|Here's what I have so far....|
I have a few hundred pounds of these sheets...If anyone is in the Cleveland area, let me know if you would like some. I'm more than happy to share!
Oh my, your stamps are gorgeous! Wish I did live in Cleveland.
About how heavy would 6 sheets be. Think they could fit in a box from post office.
I love your stamps. You have such a great imagination. And isn't it lovely when the people around you understand what sort of stuf you could use and even keep an eye open for it. I too enjoy making stamps (and stencils) but I live across the pond. But your post just gave me the idea to try fun foam to cut stamps from. Thank you
Cobi, I can see mushrooms growing and toadstools.
I do love your stamps, no cost to you since all scrap materials and your ideas for the stamps are wonderful. And certainly simpler to create then linoleum cuts I was doing early in the year. Your snow dyeing setup is great. Cleveland is THE place for snow. Grew up in Johnstown, PA and last year they had over 100" of the white stuff. Ann
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