Carve a Stamp Out of an Eraser with an Aluminum Can | Make:

Recently, I saw some really impressive DIY calligraphy pens made out of soda cans, and I wanted to take that same idea and see if I could apply it to some other tool. The sharp edge of a cut aluminum can would lend itself well to the easy-to-carve material used for linocut printing and stamp-making, so I gave it a shot. I decided to take it a step further by using household items for the carving block and ink as well, meaning this project was completely free to make.


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