The incredibly intricate eraser stamps this artist crafts are the result of intense perseverance and die-hard passion!

Opened in 1983, Tokyo Disneyland is one of the most exciting and busy places in all of Japan. Every year, millions of excited park goers travel to Chiba to experience the wonders of Mickey, Minnie and the rest of the Disney gang. Japan is home to some hardcore Disney fanatics, who live and breathe Disney even when they aren’t at the park. Thankfully, there are other ways to release all your bubbling Disney magic as @nabe_kco demonstrates by creating detailed eraser stamps featuring a whole host of Disney characters.

The Twitter user’s latest work takes the entire magical kingdom and turns it into a massive and gorgeous Disneyland park stamp.

The whole process took over a month, but the craftsmanship shines through, making the final version worth the time and effort.

▼ The beginning…

▼ Inking the drawing in order to transfer it.

▼ Copying it from the tracing paper.

▼ Making the cuts at the World Bazaar.

▼ Here’s a look at Cinderella’s castle.

The details are simply breathtaking — but just thinking about all the tiny cuts required is stretching our patience thin! The project probably had its share of frustrating moments, but the finished stamp is as dazzling as Disney.

We bet there are thousands of Disney Fanatics that would love a stamp of the park grounds as awesome as this. If @nabe_kco and Disney could team up, they’d practically have a license to print (or stamp?) money.

Source: Net Lab
Top image: Twitter/@nabe_kco