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Welcome to MisFydKrafts!

+ I'm Fyd! A full time working Malaysian Biotech scientist based in Kuala Lumpur, who loves crochet, crafts & DIYs.
+ Here's where I started sharing my craft journey since 2010. Since then I've been featured in some of the local TV shows and also magazines.
+ I'm a life member of The Arts & Crafts Guild, KL & Selangor and currently a crochet instructor in Spotlight, Malaysia.

If you like to say hello, you can email me at misfydkrafts@gmail.com

Happy crafting, Happy browsing, Be Original, Support Handmade, Support MFK :)


The Founder, Designer, Crocheter, Crafter of MisFydKrafts (001975460-K)


Rubber stamp - MisFydKrafts

These few days I was crazy carving some rubber stamps for MisFydKrafts. I managed to designed & finished 5 patterns. These are the patterns
  • MisFydKrafts© with blog address
  • F'dyHana©
  • Handmade by MisFyd
  • 'Hand' made by MisFyd with 'Love'
  • Flower from hearts
  • Checkered button
Here are some of the process & the finished rubber stamp photos :)

After designing on a paper with a pencil, traced design on a suitable size eraser.
Then I just use the carving knife to crave off the unwanted part.

These are the rubber stamps that I had craved for these few days :)


Bakawali said...

Great idea. I was trying to figure out how to make my own rubber stamps when I came across your blog.Thanks!!

MisFyd said...

Hi Bakawali. Your welcome!

Actually my method is the most simply & easy way to make rubber stamps :).
You can also google some tutorials online on how to make rubber stamps in detail. You can check out one of the link here
How to make rubber stamps from scratch by Lolaness

I prefer a bit hard eraser as it is easier to carve :). Happy trying!

euphoria said...

Your letter carving skill is very good :) Love it.

MisFyd said...

Thanks Euphy. Still have to practice more :).

sayunk said...

boleyh tolong buat kn 1 untuk i?
berape cos?

send kat email: sayunk90_07@yahoo.com.my

MisFyd said...

Hi Sayunk,
I haven't received any orders for rubber stamp lg as not really a pro in this. Nanti sy email for info yer.

Arts & Craft ideas said...

wow..great idea...where did u get rubber that big?
ive been searchng and only found tiny normal rubber

MisFyd said...

Thanks Arts & Craft Ideas!

All of my eraser are normal sizes that you can buy in the normal stationary shop/Jusco around KL & Nilai. Sometimes you just need to browse thru all their erasers.

Actually the eraser is not that big. Maybe you think it's big as I zoom it in my photo. All are normal size eraser.Some I've even cut it into half for certain design.

The biggest I've used is 3x7cm. All of the eraser in the photo are smaller than that =)

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