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How to Make Polymer Clay and Texture Stamps from Cardstock and Clay | Signature Stamp Making


Making your own polymer clay stamps not only saves you money but you can also have something unique to use for your creations.  Gloria Uhler of Domestic Diva Online's tutorial shows you how to do so using just ordinary cardstock and polymer clay!

She covers how to make either positive or negative images.


While it is possible to cut out the images using sharp craft knife, it is much easier to use a die cutting machine such as the Cricut or the Silhouette.  You need several layers (how many depends on whether you want a texture or stamp) of cardstock so die cuts ensure consistent and cleanly cut shapes.  Not to mention a time saver!

The good thing about working with clay is you can make yourself a handle out of the same material if what you want is a stamp!

Do also check out Gloria's tutorial on how to make your own signature stamps for polymer clay. As always, Gloria shares many tips and tricks.


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2 comments:

  1. I often pass on purchasing rubber stamps simply because they are so expensive.

    I've made my own polymer clay stamps before but never using cardstock in this manner. It's quite unique! Thanks for the share Pearl!

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