Kaleidoscope stamping is a technique for recycling your stamps into new images. What will your stamp look like? Well, look through a kaleidoscope, turn it, and the image changes again and again. Now you can make stamps look like that!
You create dozens of DIFFERENT images with your rubber stamp.
The results will always be surprising and sometimes people won't even be able to tell what the original image was!
Results are very complex, beautiful, detailed, and excellent for hand coloring but look stunning even in black and white! And the techniques are simple!
Kaleidoscope stamping is not difficult. Dani Moore emailed me the text and directions without illustrations. I created the step by step illustrations reading the instructions.
If I can do it without pictures imagine what you can do with pages and pages of illustrations, ideas, suggestions and color hand tipped in illustrations. "Kaleidoscope stamping & Moore" (that's a pun too--Dani's name is Moore) will give you instructions on how to make a real kaleidoscope out of a Pringles can along with 4 different methods for creating these complex beautiful images so you do get more.
You can buy the book with the stamps used to create the illustrations This is the book with no stamps The book & color illustrations with templates is 29 dollars.