Classic wood-mounted rubber stamps provide superior stamping and a luscious stamping experience. The rubber holds and transfers ink better than clear stamps. The foam mounting transfers pressure evenly so that the stamp image forms completely. A wooden handle is printed with a picture of the stamp (called an index.) The wooden art stamp experience is the best of the best.
Wonderfully warm & elegant for all of myChristmas cards.
“Elegant when embossed with gold on just about any background. Love this stamp. I feel good about sending cards out with this stamp on them. Also there is a saying about Christmas light that I use with it. My collection has many of Penny Black's brush stroke stamps in it.”
“This is a wonderful stamp to use by coloring the stamp with markers or with watercolors. The watercolors will NOT dry on the stamp, and the effect is beautiful. Just mist a little water on the stamp, color with watercolor crayons or even pencils, mist the stamp a little more, and stamp. You'll get a beautiful effect that looks like it's painted by hand.”
“I would not put watercolor paints on the stamp itself. They might dry too much before stamped. There are several methods though. Try stamping the image with with Staz-on permanent ink (it comes in several colors) and then watercolor the stamped image. The permanent ink won't run with applied water. Or, you can use watercolor pens/pencils - widely available now. Best wishes.”
“There are several brush stroke sayings that go wonderfully with this candle image. I got the idea from reading one of these reviews for the sayings! These reviews are really great idea givers! For those of you who print with inks, can you give me a clue...do you use watercolor paints on the rubber stamp, or dab ink on, or what? I really want to try more than just the image in one ink color...”
“I ordered this a few weeks ago and was thrilled when it arrived. The image prints as beautifully as the indexing. I plan to emboss it in gold on forest green card stock for elegant, beautiful Christmas cards this year.”