What has kitty cats, anchors and bears, oh my? (Not to mention stars, owls, trees, dragonflies….)
It’s this set of twelve design stamps.
Sure, the patterns are cool and all that, but what can you DO with them?
In today’s video I’ll show the very basics of using design stamps on metal and polymer clay to create unique and personalized jewelry pieces.
I hope the video gives you lots of inspiration. It’s fun to play with these patterns and combine them in creative ways!
Many thanks to Beebeecraft.com for sending the set of 12 design stamps for me to try out.
Watch this video by Lisa Niven Kelly for more tips & details on stamping on metal.
Tools & Materials:
- brass & nylon hammer
- bench block
- leather sandbag
- rawhide mallet
- 24 gauge copper sheet
- copper blanks
- The fancy rectangle link blank I show in the video is no longer available, but here are some stamping blanks at ArtBeads, and here are some at Amazon
- letter stamp set
- Sharpie marker
- 0000 steel wool
- Pro polish pads
Enjoy the video and happy creating!
Watch the What Can You Do With Design Stamp Tools? Friday Findings video on YouTube.