- Design measures: 11mm wide by 4.25mm high.
- Made from 1/2" square heat-treated tool steel.
- Arrive coated in oil to prevent rusting.
- Wipe oil away with paper towel. Do not use water.
Design Stamps are a bit tricky. I highly recommend you practice on some cheap metal before diving into your Sterling Silver or Gold Filled. Click here to purchase a piece of copper sheet for practicing.
For best results with Design Stamps, make sure there is NO padding under your Bench Block, make sure you are working on a stable table, and use a hammer which weighs at least 16 ounces. We recommed a Brass Head Mallet. Feel free to hit the stamp more than once, but hold the stamp steady, making sure you don't shift at all between hits. The more confident you are with the hammer and the strength behind it, the better your impression will be.
Click the TILT & TAP STAMPING METHOD button above for more tips on working with our Design Stamps.
I own this one,clear impression. Need one good hard wack. I made myself one with this design stamp and personally love it
Be sure to stamp it thoroughly for the beautiful impression
I waited forever for this to come back in and it was worth the wait. I love how this stamp can be used in so many applications. The impression is clean and clear. I use the tilt and tap for all large stamps to ensure good impressions.
So gorgeous... gives my design that delicate touch.
I bought this stamp because of how it was featured in Lisa and Taryn's new book. I loved all the ways it could be used. It's beautiful in person and makes a beautiful impression. Be sure to use the tilt and tap method.
I have most of the branch and leaf stamps and this is probably my favorite. It is easy to use and adds so much to many designs. Love it!
Very much like this stamp. It makes a great impression. Like most others said, definitely use the tilt and tap.
This is the best of the branch stamps. I don't even need to tilt and tap, it just stamps beautifully with one firm whack.
This stamp is beautiful and I like that you can use it in a lot of different ways. Tilt and tap works best for me and it turns out perfect every time!