What to do with that champagne cork and magic rub eraser

What to do with that champagne Cork and magic rub eraser? I created a stamp! magic rub lino cut 001

Using the cork bottom I traced the circle on a scrap paper, sketched out an idea, transfered to my Magic Rub Eraser (the worn one) and cut the graphic using my lino tools.  I was trying to achieve a tessellation.

After cutting the design, running a test inking, I cut the shape out.  Using my hotglue gun I adhered the eraser to the cork.

Not having an ink pad around, I just inked up my glass plate with Daniel Smith waterbased printmaking inks and rolled the purple ink on the eraser. Final test print below.

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