Draw the works of your rubber stamp on the paper with your pencil, taking into account the size of your acrylic cube.  

Create the stencil of your style by tracing your work on the stock of cards. Draw specified artwork lines with a dark fine edge.  

Scan and save your defined outline into the graphical design application of your personal computer. Set outlines of the linear and curve tools of your software to make sure the lines are accurate. Notice that stamping is dependent on contours, accent lines, and some gaps in the pattern of the craftsman's design. On card stock, print out the art stencil.  

Put your stencil on your cutting board and cut off your handcraft knife in the negative areas of the stencil. The negative room is the identified lines of the rubber stamp. Let the promising areas remain unchanged. This is the prototype rubber stamp.  

On a flat rubber sheet place your stencil. Using a permanent marker draw in the negative spaces. Let the poker off.  

The rubber stamp parameter must also be marked with a ruler for your acrylic block. For example, if the acrylic block is five by five centimetres, use the 4-1/2-inch rubber stamp support  
Place the rubber sheet on a cutting board and use a sharp blade craft knife to cut out the positive space. You'll have to be very patient when cutting. The design and accent lines of the stamp would be visible. This is the unmounted rubber stamp.  

On the secure backing layer of the mounting foam, draw the dimensions of the unmounted rubber stamp. The mounting foam layer has a protective backing on both sides and a very solid adhesive on both sides. Using the knife, cut off the mounting foam. Take off the waterproof covering. To keep the adhesive safe, make sure the surface is clear of soil and clutter. Place your unmounted rubber stamp on top of the mounting foam.