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Speedball Speedy Carve Stamp Making Kit

Turn your most treasured sketch into a stamp. Use leaves, flowers and much more as naturals stencils to create unique high quality rubber stamps that will last for years. You can use a slightly warm iron to transfer images of pencil drawings, newsprint and freshly printed ink jet and laser print images. This package contains one 6 by 4-inch easy to cut, flexible and non-crumbling 1/4-inch thick sheet of pink speedy carve rubber (for use only with water soluble products), one wooden handle, one Number 2 v-shaped line cutter tip, one Number 4 u-shaped gouge tip, tracing paper and instructions including several started templates and a complete alphabet.

Product Features

  • Turn your sketches into a stamp
  • Includes 1 sheet of rubber, wooden handle, 1 cutter tip, 1 gouge tip, tracing paper and instructions
  • Create unique, long lasting rubber stamps
  • Easily transfer images from ink jet printers, clip art and newspapers
  • Cutters are hand-crafted from high quality tempered steel, hand ground cutting edges are ideal for both soft and hard substrates

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2 comments to Speedball Speedy Carve Stamp Making Kit

  • vlove

    excellent product I use this product for letter boxing stamps and it’s perfect for the job. Very easy to carve and mount on wood. I’m looking forward to making more stamps with it.

  • glamazon08

    Simple to Use Starter Kit! The Speedball Speedy Carve Stamp Making Kit is a great starter kit for carved stamps. It is easy to use with two interchangeable blades for carving. The instructions are helpful and include some patterns and techniques. Great price and kit if you are just getting started with carved stamps.

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