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Rubber stamps are a crafting basic, and now you can use them to stamp on metal pendants and charms. Follow our easy steps to creating personal jewelry elements.
Metal or non-porous surface (we chose a Raised tag pendant by Nunn Design)
Rectangular Clear Acrylic Block
Black Ink Stamp Pad
ICE Resin, 8 ounces - optional
Sealant by Nunn Design - optional
5 Piece Nylon Brush Set
Note: At the end of this technique we will show you four diffent ways to finish the pendant once you have stamped it. Please read the complete technique before you begin.
Read through our Rubber Stamping FAQ before you begin.
You will need a clear rubber stamp, StazOn® Ink, an acrylic block, and a metal or non-porous surface. We have chosen to stamp onto a 29.5mm Antique Sterling Silver Plated Pewter Circle Raised Tag Bezel Pendant by Nunn Design. The Nunn Design Sealant is optional.
Carefully place the clear rubber stamp on the acrylic block flat side down. Use the grid to line up the stamp.
Choose the placement of the stamped image by holding the un-inked stamp above the raised tag pendant. Use the grid to line up the stamp.
Ink the stamp by tapping the ink pad repeatedly onto the stamp from above.
Stamp the item with the clear rubber stamp. Because it is a non-porous surface do not press the stamp down hard rather rock the stamp slightly back and forth to get a good impression.
Carefully lift the rubber stamp off the item. Let the ink dry for at least 5 minutes. Now that your pendant is dry you have a variety of options for finishing it. Read below for instructions on how to finish your piece.