Crystal Configuration 39 - Hand Carved Stamp

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Preparation takes 1-3 business days
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Handmade
Made in Moncton, Canada

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A geometric crystalline stamp intricately hand-carved out of rubber.

The stamp is mounted on a piece of sanded salvaged wood. It comes in a recycled plastic and cardboard package.

Use it to decorate your own cards, decorative/wrapping papers, stationary, packaging, etc.! The possibilities are endless.

The stamp image measures approx. 1 1/8" x 1 3/8".


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Really outstanding Etsy transaction, thank you for my wonderful new stamps! :)
Dec 10, 2014 by Heidi Smith
Broken stones + resin + mica or glitter = a druzy type of cabochon n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n n nFor a long time, I haven't known what to do with stone beads that break. It seems such a shame to throw them out--yet, what could I do with them? When I saw my team member Karen Mc Govern's gorgeous bracelet in Bead Trends, my wheels started turning. Then I started seeing druzy pendants everywhere, and thought "maybe I could use my broken stones to make that." n n n n nA druzy, or drusy, stone exhibits a coating of fine crystals that look like a layer of glitter. They appear when a stone is cracked open, like a geode. A lot of the druzy stones I've come across look simply like a cool rough cut stone, and the sparkle is very minimal. For a great explanation, see http://voices.yahoo.com/what-druzy-8930033.html?cat=2). n n n n n A true druzy is a hard stone. To make a faux druzy, I've used soft stones that you can smash with a hammer. n n n n n n n n n n n nTo begin, mix your resin well and set aside. Have extra cups available if you want to use a colorant or add mica to your resin (or both!). Place the stones in a zipper bag and smash with a hammer. I kept the colors separated; you can do that or mix them. n n n n n n n n nIf you want to use a colorant, mix your clear resin with that in another cup. I happened to have a bezel that I had already half-filled with a bright blue colored resin. n n n n n n n n(tip: use a bowl or tray of rice when gluing or curing resin in uneven bezels to allow it to sit flat.) n n n n nI also mixed mica powder in with resin in a separate cup to add a little color and shine. Mica is, after all, rock, and it gives a lovely pearlescent shine. n n n n n n n n n n nPour resin into your bezel base, filling only about 1/3. Using a tweezer, place your crushed stone pieces into the resin. At this point, if your stone is really light, you may decide you want to add a colorant as the stone seems to disappear into the resin. That's ok. You can
Jul 29, 2013 by A fellow maker

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