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This is a great tutorial! I have so many corks sitting around... and I thought I'd just be boring & make a cork board - but this is much better! So inspiring! Great work!


I just got started carving corks and I'm trying to find a filler or sealer to get a smoother print finish. I'm trying acrylic medium, painted onto the printing surface. Is it possible a wood filler putty would work? I carve both ends and mark the stamp names on the sides, then I store them laying down. Thanks for a great tutorial.


Lovely tutorial! Thanks so much. Now I can put to good use these wine corks lying around.


That is neat I love to stamp and if I get my hands on a whole bunch of corks, I can make myself a whole bunch of stamps!! I could also give soem to my sisters and such, too!! :)

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