Sounds like “making book,” but I haven’t been doing any gambling. Well, not with money, anyway.
The art world is generous in the extreme in sharing knowledge. I learned some of these stamp-making techniques from Approachable Art by Judi Hurwitt (mixed media and textile artist).
String, apparently, we’ve been using since we were kids to make stamps. Except I didn’t, so it’s new to me. The bright green squiggles and squares are 3D paint I had leftover from some art attempt in the dark ages.
That painted blue page has imprints of other string and 3D paint stamps I’d made (poking out from under the easel).
It must be a sign of true love, BuddyBoop:
Always helping, but more in a revolving-door fashion. Here I was cutting out a stamp and stencil and Calpurrnia held down the cardboard for me, the sharp x-acto knife by her bum notwithstanding.
Buddy came along after I’d finished with the knife. That piece on the easel is where I’d used the 3D paint stamp of squares.
That is all. Kinda talkative for a Blurt and Run. I’ll try harder next time. <:-D