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Skill level: beginner to advanced.
What are Wonder Stamps?
Wonder Stamps are hand-made, custom-built stamps with super thin and super tall walls, making them great for many different polymer clay techniques: mokume gane, back-filling, cutting, carving, raised design, and more.
And the best part?
With this tutorial, you can learn how to make these stamps by yourself!
The second picture in this listing shows a few of my stamps. Examples of projects done with these stamps can be seen in the first picture of this listing and the last three of them.
In this tutorial you will find very detailed instructions for making these stamps (accompanied by almost 60 color pictures), as well as the explanations about the best tools and materials to be used and where to find them.
In this tutorial, I list a few options for the materials. The lowest cost is literally zero dollars (uses scrap polymer clay and recycled things), while the most expensive one is a few cents per stamp. As for the tools, you really need only a pair of wire-wrapping pliers; all other tools are optional and may be substituted with things that you already have.
This tutorial explains how to make a Wonder Stamp based on ANY design. Project-based tutorials for these stamps are coming soon.
You will be able to download this tutorial as soon as your payment is confirmed.
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I hope you will enjoy this tutorial and find many uses for this technique in many of your future creations. I also hope that you will understand how much work went into this tutorial and will respect my copyright. If you want to share any part of these instructions with your friends, please refer them to my web site or Etsy shop (www.PolymerTutorials.com or https://www.etsy.com/shop/PolymerClayTutorials).
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