Dear Stamping Community:
Want to first thank Lisa & Joyce for their input to me how to make a cut file for one of my favorite stamps. The point of Joyce's tutorial on You Tube was that you don't need a Pix Scan mat. She was absolutely right. It cut perfectly and was to the point.
So here is my question? Does anyone know if you can convert a rubber stamp into a clear stamp. I am not quite stamping the design on the cut file. I have even tried to lay the cut file on the stamp. It is hit or miss and I have gone through 15 cut outs. I get 4 cut outs to a sheet of Gina K. paper. The shape is in the center with a lot of space around it.
Any help or advice is greatly appreciated.
Are you saying that your stamped images are not coming out exactly where you want them? If so, the Stamp A Ma Jig works wonders, and is relatively cheap.
You can redo your stamps to make them clear mount by just changing out the foam on them, but I don't know how well that will work, unless you can get it trimmed really close...
I agree with Cindy, The Stamp A Ma Jig (or other stamp positioner) is the way to go! You might need to stick your cut file to your work surface temporarily to use it. .
if youre asking to make a regular red stamp into a clear one yes you can by stamping the image with the darkest black you can find or simply defining it with a back pen and then by either getting the Teresa Collins stamp making machine(if your a techincal person) there are tutorials on youtube oor google flonz stampmaker he can do an image for you
p.s. im sorry stamp the image on white paper to get a clean image that will be like a camera ready copy and send it off to a stampmaker Flonz is a good one