Here are a few examples of what I did in Japan.
Carving rubber stamps is such a fun yet delicate art where there can be no mistakes. Once the block is scratched, you can't go back. It takes a lot of patience and concentration.
I actually didn't venture onto cardmaking and scrapbooking until I returned to Vancouver, BC from Japan. I wanted to continue with carving but ever since I went to my first Stampin' Up! open house, I couldn't go back to carving. Hopefully one day I can return to making my own rubber stamps. Perhaps start a new group to carve rubber stamps in Vancouver.
What was your inspiration? and what got you started with rubber stamping?
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