Thursday, July 21, 2011

Rubber Stamping On Wood - Charms Pendants & Magnets

It's almost back to school time again! Time has been flying by so fast. Here are some rubber stamped wood charms I have made using Stazon ink and markers. I use a small drill bit in my dremel to make the holes and attach a jump ring for hanging.

Alphabet learning charms using 1" circle shape wood:

Back side:

Tree pendant 1.5":

I will be stocking various wood shapes for jewelry and magnet making soon, but for now you can find these at your local Michaels craft store. The wood shapes are Lara's Crafts brand from The New Image Group.

Heart shape wood with magnet back:

Here I used Lumiere metallic acrylic paint to cover the wood surface. I then rubber stamped my image using Stazon black ink. Apply your choice of sealer, here I have used Glossy Accents (for fridge magnets) but you could use a clear acrylic spray coat, resin or epoxy sealer for jewelry items.

This one is coated with a clear glitter paint as a sealer:

I am working on a TON of new rubber stamp designs and will be blogging about the new releases soon :)


Sharon said...

These little creations are all wonderful!!

SammyC said...

Hey Cuz... love your artwork! It's amazing! Hope all is well with you! Sam

Yael Assia said...

So happy to see you back :) Lovely creations, i especially love the two little boxe with 'lumière acrylique' !

Pendants Charms said...

These are really beautiful and unique charm pendant. It can be a great gift for yourself or a loved one. It makes the perfect addition to any outfit. Thanks a lot for sharing these fabulous designs of pendants.