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tiffanycheeka 03-01-2007 07:33 PM

Stamping on Wood
 
Can anyone give me any tips on stamping on wood. I want to make some refrigerator magnets with the alphabet on them for my son. I would appreciate any help I could get. Thanks!

Stampin' Michi 03-02-2007 07:52 AM

Have you tried Staz-on? I've used it on wood, metal, fabric, plastic, etc. It works on pretty much anything! You could also mix drops from your favorite color re-inker bottle with white acrylic paint and stamp using that. Beats buying a bunch of different colors of acrylic paint, lol!

Good luck with your son's alphabet!

meadow girl 03-02-2007 09:45 AM

I made Christmas ornaments with my students a few years ago using wood and stamps. We (my husband) sliced the wood thin at an angle and I stamped the image in black stazon and let the kids color them in with colored pencils and markers. They had a blast. You could spay a sealer on them before you let your son at them. Have fun!

tiffanycheeka 03-02-2007 03:22 PM

Thanks gals for your input. I think I'm going to have to try a few ways to see which I like best. I won't get my wood blocks for a few more weeks (when I go home to visit my parents), but wanted to get any ideas you all had. Has anyone ever stamped on wood with craft ink?

janelill 03-02-2007 05:18 PM

You can also stamp with Versamark and use colored embossing powder. That works really great on wood, and makes it easier to color afterwards.

verlp13 03-07-2007 06:25 AM

So I understand actual stamping on wood, but what about sealing or staining? Any tips or advice on that?

verlp13 03-07-2007 06:28 AM

So I understand actual stamping on wood, but what about sealing or staining? Any tips or advice on that?

MandyMc 03-07-2007 08:45 AM

Sealing
 
I paint and stamp on wood, metal etc. and if I've used water-based paints, I seal with a water based varnish or lacquer. If I paint on metal for example and have used a solvent based paint, then I seal with a solvent based varnish which is more durable. These can be brushed from a can or you can get spray cans.
If it is a simple decoration and just hanging on a wall I usually don't seal it at all. I have a couple of terracotta stamped pots in my gallery that I sealed with water based fast drying varnish.
MandyMc


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