Custom Die Stamps for Polymer Clay and More

Custom Embossing Die Stamp - Polymer Clay TutorVideo #594: These stamps can be made as small or as large as you like. Perfect for branding your custom jewelry creations.

Topics Covered In This Video:

  • Steve Clark from the Embossing Die Company contacted me about testing his really neat embossing die stamps for polymer clay, leather, soap, wax and fondant.
  • Made of high density plastic and can be made in almost any size and any design.
  • I had him make our PcT Logo in 1/4″ x 1/4″ and in 2″ x 2″.
  • Originally I planned to use the large one for fridge magnets, but I think that the 2″ size is too large for that. A 1 and 1/4″ square would be better.
  • Not very expensive ($35-$40 depending on size).
  • Makes great signature stamps for polymer clay.
  • Does a beautiful job stamping rawhide leather.
  • Quick demo on how it works on polymer clay.
  • Demo stamping damp rawhide leather using the NeverKnead Machine. You could also use vise or hydraulic press.

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Cindy Lietz SignaturePolymer Clay Tutor
  1. Lena S, 14 November, 2014

    Very cool! Thanks for the great video!

    You’ve sparked an interest in leather tooling, drat you! LOL.

  2. Joy D, 15 November, 2014

    I thank you and Doug so very much! You don’t know it but you are two of my favorite people! Hugs to you both!

    Joy :)0

  3. Steve Clark, 15 November, 2014

    Hi Cindy, Great job on the video……..and what a great idea to use it with the Never Knead press!!! If anyone has any questions about the stamps, feel free to ask anything.

    Steve Clark
    Embossing Die Company

  4. Lena S, 07 February, 2015

    If we are going to be using the stamps for clay only – do you see an advantage on using the high density plastic over normal rubber stamps?

  5. Lena S, 07 February, 2015

    I did a bit of reading after I posted. I gather that the plastic makes a sharper/deeper impression?

  6. Cindy Lietz, 11 March, 2015

    Yes Lena, sorry for the slow response… but you’re right. The high density plastic makes for a cleaner, sharper impression that can be much more detailed than a regular soft rubber stamp can be.

  7. John Wall, 13 May, 2016

    I noticed when you used your NeverKnead machine that the stamp was stuck in the polymer clay. Do you have any recommendations for stamp release?

  8. Cindy Lietz, 14 May, 2016

    Hi John, a great release you can use is cornstarch. You can put it either on the stamp or the clay itself. You can use water (not with Fimo though because it makes it sticky) or you can use a tiny bit of AmourAll.

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