There is a great way to personalise your notebooks and wrapping paper: you can use rubber stamps to make them uniquely your own. Find out how artist Addis Fung carves this scholarly bunny onto a chop. What you'll need: Baking or tracing paper Pencil Eraser Different-sized craft knives Ink pad Wooden block White glue Steps: 1 Use a pencil to sketch your design on a piece of baking paper. If this is your first time, pick something simple like a solid shape. 2 Flip the paper over and rub the paper to transfer your design onto a piece of an eraser. 3 If you want your design to print as a solid image, carve away the pencilled lines with a craft knife. If you want your stamp to be an outline, carve away the white space. What rises up from the rest of the eraser will be printed. 4 When you're done, do a test stamp to see if any bits need extra work. 5 If you're happy with the result, glue the rubber to the wooden block and begin to stamp away.