Rule of Three #1 – Three Ways to Ink up Foam Stamps

Let me introduce you to my new series of mini-videos: “Rule of Three”. As we all know all good things come in three and these mini-tutorial-videos will show you all kinds of fun and practical things and techniques in coming in three.

Check out the first video in the “Rule of Three” series:  “Three Ways to “Ink” up Foam Stamps”

Rule of Three – #1 “Three Ways to “Ink” up Foam Stamps from Nathalie Kalbach on Vimeo.

I hope you find these application methods helpful. Here is a full list of the supplies I used in my video:



I am looking forward to share more Rule of Three and Art Tapas – Bite Sized Tips for the Mixed Media Artist videos with you in the next couple weeks!

Have a wonderful day!

Comments (5)

  • Joi@RR

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    YES Nat – loved seeing your ‘rule of 3’! And you are so right – the fun of foam is that it’s not a perfect imprint – which is what I love best about your foam stamps. But then, I have always been weird that way – never wanted to do anything the same as anyone else!!!! I think your foam stamps are INCREDIBLE…. just like YOU!!!! XXj.

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  • Tommy McDonell

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    Thanks. I bought your bird and it and I can tell you ways that it doesn’t work well! Looking forward to trying it again!

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    • Nathalie Kalbach

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      Tommy, glad you liked the video and yes give it another try. Just keep in mind that a foam stamp is not providing a perfect image as a rubber stamp and that is the wonderful thing about it. You can create texture with it – visual and actual texture and there are many more ways than the three I showed in the videos to apply paint – I will share some other tricks and tricks in the coming months. Hope you have fun with the bird stamp! Nat

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  • Sue Clarke

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    I’m glad that you showed how to store the cut and foam with paint on it. I would not have thought of that. Thanks for the tips.

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