I was busy with the Big Shot today, making stamps or maybe they should be called printing blocks. I think of stamps as being flexible, cushion-y. These are not. The green die-cut is actual size of the die. The blue ink print is the new stamp. That's what happens when you die-cut shrink plastic!
Here are more samples-
Same die as green foam above.
Card stock attached for a handle, then I realized I could just do this-
fold the corner of the heavy plastic that I attached the shrink plastic to.
One of my favourites.
Some packages of the shrink plastic report 40% shrinking from the original size, some say 20%. All I know is that it goes pretty small while keeping uniformity of design.
This allows for actual die-cuts being used, along with a die-cut foam stamp and then the smaller print blocks. Now all I need to do is create something with all this. :) Maybe tomorrow.
Enjoy your day!