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How to Make Stamps With Sugru
How to Make Stamps With Sugru: Sugru's rubbery texture once it's cured and it's moldability when fresh out of the package lends itself well to stamp-making. I played around with several different methods of making stamps with this material and was quite happy with the results.
Make your own texture tool
This isn't my idea. I wish I knew who to give the proper credit to. One of my fellow guild members (Janice V) was using her nifty tool and she told us how to make it,the next month another member (Barb B) brought in a little bag for each of us filled with everything we needed to make our own so I went home and did just that. It's quite simple to make. I guess you could make it any shape you wanted to but this shape is easy to hang on to. Grab some scrap clay, roll it into your preferred…
Best Sugru Hacks
Sugru is one of my favorite new inventions. The moldable, silly-putty type silicone that hardens overnight and bonds to most surfaces is a DIYers dream. Its practicality and usefuleness has spawned hack inspirations everywhere. Here are some of the most practical and fun applications that I’ve come across…We’ve talked about Sugru a bit before, so you’re probably familiar with its bonding power and flexibility.
Sugru is a Revolutionary ‘Adult Silly Putty’ for DIYers
If adult Play-Doh existed, it would probably be used both for fun and to help you solve problems in everyday life. You could use it to repair a distressed electrical cord, mend a cracked dishwasher, or even kid-proof a camera. Turns out, that adult Play-Doh exists and it’s called Sugru (soo-groo). This tiny piece of rubber is amazing — it starts as a soft, malleable dough and then turns to hard silicone overnight.
Impressed Sugru Stamps
Impressed Sugru Stamps: For my mixed-media art, I like to use stamped patterns. I'm always looking for ways to create my own patterns and textures. Enter my local makerspace, Phoenix Asylum, and its Sugru Build Night!