What Kind of Stamps for Stamping Spoons?

What Kind of Stamps for Stamping Spoons? -  - Discussion on Jewelry Making Journal

by Cheryl.

I’m just starting out and I would like to stamp spoons and cutlery.

I read that I will need premium stamps.

Can anyone suggest some for me that aren’t crazy expensive?


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  1. Hi Cheryl! If you’ll be stamping stainless steel spoons, etc., you’ll do best with stamps made for that type of metal. Impressart.com and StampingBlanks.com each have a line of stamps called “Premium” that work on stainless steel.

    I’d love to see what you create with your stamped spoons and cutlery! 🙂

  2. I agree that you will need the “premium” level stamps. I tried the regular ones and they got worn down quickly and then didn’t look good on the softer metals. Spend the extra up front and you won’t be sorry.

  3. Laura Carder says:

    I will also echo Rena and say that Impress Art stamps are really the best. If you are in the US, Michael’s craft stores also carry them and you can use a 40% off coupon!

  4. Thank you all so much. I believe the only ImpressArt stamps that are “premium” are in the gray colored container. I have seen some for sale online on Amazon in the teal colored box that say “premium”, but I don’t trust it. I will stick to Michael’s. I just moved to Jacksonville, FL so I should be able to find a couple of those around here.

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