Step-by-step guide to creating stamped pictures

How to create stamped pictures

Sinah loves to get creative with Dremel's Multi-Tools. Get inspired and learn how to create your own stamped pictures using the Dremel Stylo+ which is perfect for personalising projects with precision!


You need
  • Gloves
  • Safety Goggles
  • Dust mask
  • Design template
  • Anti-slip pad
  • Scissors
  • Paint roller
  • Carbon paper
  • Rubber plate
  • Paper towels
  • Paper
  • Paint
  • Acetone
L: Length, W: Width, H: Height, D: Diameter

Video instructions

Step 1 5
Cut out your chosen design, flip it and transfer using acetone

Firstly, cut out your chosen design, flip it and place it on the rubber plate. After putting on your gloves, use the paper towels and acetone to transfer the template onto the rubber plate.

Step 2 5
Check if the design is well transferred once transparent

Once the paper becomes transparent, carefully check to see if the design is well-transferred so you can peel the paper off.

Step 3 5
Using your Dremel Stylo+ attach accessory by loosening Multi-Chuck

Attach your accessory onto the Stylo+, as part of Dremel’s creative Arts and Crafts range, by loosening the Multi-Chuck at the front of the tool. This can be tightened once you attach your chosen accessory.

Step 4 5
Start to engrave using the smallest engraving cutter accessory

Use the smallest engraving cutter accessory to easily trace the letters and lines and then switch to a thicker engraving cutter to fill this in.

Step 5 5
Paint over your stamp using linoleum paint and paint roller
Your stamped pictures are completed

Once your lines are precise and deep enough, paint your stamp using linoleum paint and a paint roller. Position your paper as straight as possible onto the stamp. Press this onto the stamp plate and peel the paper off to create your DIY stamped picture!