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Eclectica {scrapcosy} - ESC03 - Voyager cling rubber vintage stamp set - PaperArtsy - botanical and maps stamps

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Voyager cling rubber stamp set perfectly coordinates with stencil PS051. I designed both of them for PaperArtsy for the February 2017 release. I designed the stamp set using curated vintage images from the 18th century found in maps, that I edited and adapted to be stamps. PaperArtsy brought them to life with their great quality rubber stamps.

These stamps are cling type and they are generally manufactured using red rubber (or rarely using grey rubber). You'll need an acrylic block to temporarily attach your stamp for its use. After their use they can be adhered back to the index sheet.

Rubber stamps are more environmentally friendly and have much better quality than clear stamps, since they can be used with solvent inks without fear of damaging them. They have super high detail definition and the designs are perfectly appreciated when stamping using an oil based ink like Versafine or Archival ink pads.

These are great stamps to create vintage cards, you can colour the plants using copics, watercolour or even Infusions (by PaperArtsy), as I did in one of the examples shown. Use them in your cards, art journaling or home decor in conjunction with the coordinating stencil to get great results. The stamp set has 3 beautiful plants, all of them from the same region which was appearing close to the New Guinee map. A couple of map scales as well as the compass and the few words from the atlas can be used on your art journals about trips. And for a different project, imagine creating your own tea box full of a selection of tea bags decorated with the stamps and the coordinating stencil to give to your family and friends as a gift set.

See a couple of examples that I made using the stamp set and the coordinating stencil. You can see how one of these was done in my youtube channel scrapcosy on the release video:

https://youtu.be/iJuhwqPAzEY
Voyager cling rubber stamp set perfectly coordinates with stencil PS051. I designed both of them for PaperArtsy for the February 2017 release. I designed the stamp set using curated vintage images from the 18th century found in maps, that I edited and adapted to be stamps. PaperArtsy brought them to life with their great quality rubber stamps.

These stamps are cling type and they are generally manufactured using red rubber (or rarely using grey rubber). You'll need an acrylic block to temporarily attach your stamp for its use. After their use they can be adhered back to the index sheet.

Rubber stamps are more environmentally friendly and have much better quality than clear stamps, since they can be used with solvent inks without fear of damaging them. They have super high detail definition and the designs are perfectly appreciated when stamping using an oil based ink like Versafine or Archival ink pads.

These are great stamps to create vintage cards, you can colour the plants using copics, watercolour or even Infusions (by PaperArtsy), as I did in one of the examples shown. Use them in your cards, art journaling or home decor in conjunction with the coordinating stencil to get great results. The stamp set has 3 beautiful plants, all of them from the same region which was appearing close to the New Guinee map. A couple of map scales as well as the compass and the few words from the atlas can be used on your art journals about trips. And for a different project, imagine creating your own tea box full of a selection of tea bags decorated with the stamps and the coordinating stencil to give to your family and friends as a gift set.

See a couple of examples that I made using the stamp set and the coordinating stencil. You can see how one of these was done in my youtube channel scrapcosy on the release video:

https://youtu.be/iJuhwqPAzEY

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  • PaperArtsy, Brentwood, England
Scrapcosy made this item with help from:
  • PaperArtsy, Brentwood, England

Eclectica {scrapcosy} - ESC03 - Voyager cling rubber vintage stamp set - PaperArtsy - botanical and maps stamps

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  • Handmade item
  • Craft type: Card making & stationery, Paper stamping, Scrapbooking
  • Stamp type: Image & design
  • Material: rubber
  • Feedback: 21 reviews
  • Favourited by: 9 people
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