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Decorative Metal Stamps


decorative metal stamps
    metal stamps
  • With heavy-duty construction and precision components, these stamps ensure a smooth, quiet action. They are best used for rugged environments or where high-volume stamping occurs.
    decorative
  • cosmetic: serving an esthetic rather than a useful purpose; "cosmetic fenders on cars"; "the buildings were utilitarian rather than decorative"
  • Serving to make something look more attractive; ornamental
  • (decoratively) in a decorative manner; "used decoratively at Christmas"
  • (decorativeness) an appearance that serves to decorate and make something more attractive
  • Relating to decoration
decorative metal stamps - Decorative Vine
Decorative Vine Impress Art Punch Stamp for Metal 1/4" 6mm (1)
Decorative Vine Impress Art Punch Stamp for Metal 1/4" 6mm (1)
Metal Stamping Punch. DECORATIVE VINE. Customize Any Metal Blank. 1 Tool. Stamp any flat, soft metal. Use this punch to personalize metal blanks (made from non-ferrous metals such as Sterling Silver, Copper, Vintaj Natural brass and more). 6mm (1/4 Inch) design. Made of tempered steel for years of service. Face IMPRESS ART logo toward you to ensure all of your design stamps come out right side up. Use with a metal bench block or anvil and a 16 ounce flat head hammer. Hold your blank in place on a bench block using simple masking tape. The masking tape can also act as a guide to assure your design is in the right spot. Measurements: Punch is 2 5/8" in length. Design height for this piece is approximately 6mm (1/4 Inch) with 4.5mm width. Quantity: 1 stamp in one pattern.

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Jill Palumbo Faux Metal Pendant - Square
Jill Palumbo Faux Metal Pendant - Square
This is my favorite creation so far this month. I used Jones Tones foils for the metal look. A stamp I designed last summer was used for the scrollwork design. I learned this technique at the Buckeye Clay Bash last month. Debbie Jackson gave a wonderful demonstration on using texture with foils on polymer clay. My old hobby of macrame came in handy for the cording. I think the waxed black cord makes the green cording (which has some metallic flecks in it) more comfortable to wear and also adds a bit of a decorative touch to match the pendant. The dangles and pendant are attached with shiney brown craft wire. The dangles can be worn in at the back of the neck, but I think it's more fun to wear them forward. The left dangle is a bit shorter than the right for an asymmetrical touch. There is so much going on with this piece that earrings would be totally optional. The canes used in this piece are inspired by Sarah Shriver's work that I found in an article in Belle Armoire Magazine (Jan/Feb 2006). I used bits of the less reduced cane to decorate the pendant in a sort of faux cloisonne.
japanese Tsuba Fuchi Kashira Seppa Habaki Kurigata
japanese Tsuba Fuchi Kashira Seppa Habaki Kurigata
Hand-crafted engraving has been widely used to the accessories for the Body, Home, or Office, like the fittings of the lighting, katana sword weapons' reproduction, Buddhist Altar, Furniture’s, Mural & Plaque, Clocks, Vases, Rings, and precise lost-wax casting mold, was traditionally created with the pure handmade technique of metal chasing, The art work is made from metal panel, using oxy acetylene flame, graver, chisel and metal hammer. By either sharping, beating, carving, engraving, sculpture on the metal, like brass or stell, in order to emboss the custom image into the copper sheet. It is an exquisite hand work. which is unique & permanent, so hand engraving is different from other decorative techniques in the sharpness of the lines and its permanence. Machine engraving cannot cut as deeply as the hand technique. Stamping and etching are sometimes confused with hand engraving, but the result is not as sharp. Lasers and die cutting can also be used to cut into metal but the results look machined rather than finely crafted. Please click below box for more details about the item.

decorative metal stamps
decorative metal stamps
Lisa Pavelka 327016 Texture Stamp Kit Decorative
Lisa Pavelka is a professional artist and designer who has spent over twenty years working with various mediums, and polymer clay is her first love. Lisa creates gorgeous jewelry and household items and now her tricks can be yours with her Signature Series product line from JHB Enterprises. These are products that Lisa uses in her daily crafting and which were designed to make creating easier. Lisa believes that everyone is an artist and she is dedicated to helping people discover and develop their own creative voice. Lisa's line of texture stamps come in a variety of unique patterns and in single units or mixed sets of two stamps. Each is extra deep to give highly detailed resultes for both dimensional design and surface imprinting. Each comes unmounted for optimal usabilty.

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