Hand Stamped Spoons

If you read here regularly, you already know my love for hand-stamped jewelry.  It’s such a fun way to personalize pieces!  I’ve written a beginner’s jewelry stamping tutorial and shared several stamped projects, but it has been quite a while since I really talked technique, or showed you any new products.  That’s kind of the best part about stamping – once you make your initial investment and practice your stamping, you don’t need to keep buying new things.  (Until you fall in love with a new font, I mean.  Haha.) But there are lots of other things than can be stamped, besides just jewelry.  Today I want to show you how to make stamped spoons!  They make for a sweet handmade Valentine’s Day gift when you add romantic messages!  It’s tough to find handmade gift ideas for men, but this is a great idea to go with his morning coffee. :)

Hand-Stamped Spoon Tutorial at www.happyhourprojects.com

Now, you can’t use your regular stamps on everything.  Maybe you’ve tried already – but you just can’t stamp on stainless steel with a standard stamp set.  Which is kind of a bummer, because if you want to stamp spoons, in the past you needed to buy actual silver spoons to have that softer metal to work with to use your standard stamps, which are NOT cheap.  ImpressArt just rolled out a premium stamp alphabet set, designed specifically for stamping hard metals like stainless steel.  I am seriously excited to see this!

ImpressArt Premium Stamp Set Giveawa at www.happyhourprojects.com

I work with ImpressArt from time to time, and they sent me this set to try the new premium stamps for myself and show you how they work!  And bonus – they’re giving a set away to one of my readers today too!  Read on for the tutorial, and be sure to check out the bottom of the post to enter the giveaway by February 9, 2014! Note: The giveaway is now closed.  Thanks to everyone who entered!

First, I want to give you the how-to.  These are the average spoons you will find in any store that sells kitchenware.  And instead of spending $20, or $30, or $40 on an antique silver spoon to find a soft enough metal to use with normal metal stamps – I picked up this 6-pack of spoons for $5.99 to practice on.  It only takes a couple of stamped spoons for the premium stamps to pay for themselves, now that you can stamp on stainless steel.  (If you’d like to read more about what the premium metal stamps can do, be sure to check them out at the ImpressArt site.)

Hand-Stamped Spoon Tutorial at www.happyhourprojects.com

If you are brand-spanking-new at metal stamping, I have a much more detailed jewelry stamping tutorial you should probably check out first.  Once you’ve got the basics down, I’m going to give you some tips specific to stamping spoons for today’s project.

Hand-Stamped Spoon Tutorial at www.happyhourprojects.com

What you will need:

  • Premium Metal Stamps.  ImpressArt sells this 3mm set in the Newsprint font.  This set is specifically designed for use on stainless steel, and carries a lifetime guarantee.
  • Spoons
  • Your bench block and hammer
  • Masking tape
  • Optionally: A permanent non-toxic marker.  There’s some debate about exactly what sorts of chemicals can be present in markers and still be called “non-toxic”.  I am comfortable with using a marker to darken my letters because these spoons are intended to be for occasional use only, and primarily decorative.  If the thought of using marker makes you uncomfortable, you can certainly skip it and leave your stamping as it is.

A few things to note.  Stainless steel is hard – harder than aluminum, silver, copper, pewter, brass – all the normal mediums you may be used to working with.  So while the stamps can hold up to steel pretty impressively, you may need a little harder strike than for other metals.  Combine that with the fact that spoons are not flat… I would not recommend steel spoons for your *very first* project.  Fortunately the premium stamps can be used on any type of metal, so if you choose some basic blanks to practice on first, you will have the opportunity to get more comfortable and you can work up to spoons in very little time.  I was not good at stamping the first few tries, but I learned a lot along the way that I’m happy to share with you.  But in total transparency – do NOT expect the first time you stamp to produce a flawless spoon.

See, when I first started stamping a few years ago, my main worry was missing the stamp and hitting my hand, haha – so it took a few tries to reassure myself that I wasn’t about to crush my left hand with my hammer.  (Hey – stranger craft injuries have happened!)  One thing that goes a long way toward control is ImpressArt’s specifically designed stamping hammer – the shorter handle makes your aim much more precise.  You may certainly use your regular 16 oz. hammer if you’re just getting started and aren’t sure how much you want to invest yet, but I LOVE my stamping hammer and I really recommend it.

Now.  Jumping ahead to when you’re all practiced up and ready to rock some spoons.  You’re still going to plan out where to stamp, just the same as on a flat piece.  I like to mark off a straight line with my masking tape, and note for myself exactly where I want to stamp my letters.  You can still use the feel of the edge of your tape to get a straight line.

Hand-Stamped Spoon Tutorial at www.happyhourprojects.com

Different jewelry designers have their own preferred technique, like starting in the center and working outward for even spacing, but I find that my spacing is fine – it’s my vertical alignment I focus most on.  So I stamp according to where I’ve marked each letter, and stamp all the letters without descenders first (g, j, p, q, y) by lining them up on the tape.  Then, I go back for any letters I skipped over, I run a new piece of tape along the tops of the letters, and use that to line up descending letters.

Hand-Stamped Spoon Tutorial at www.happyhourprojects.com

Now, let me address: what’s with all the tape? You will get your best impressions wherever your spoon is in direct contact with your bench block.  So you will need to rotate your spoon around as you stamp so that the portion you are stamping on is the spot where it rests on your block.  Later on, with more practice, I might be able to position my spoon, hold my stamp straight AND get a good strike, but this is my first time working on spoons.  So I used lots of tape to hold my spoon and I just focused on stamping. :)  I also found that the farther I got from the center, the more likely I was to make a mistake: my very first spoon is below.  Check out the “s” – my alignment was a little off.  But once I knew how it worked, my next spoons went much better!

Hand-Stamped Spoon Tutorial at www.happyhourprojects.com

Finally, I darkened my stamping.  I mentioned before, it’s not absolutely necessary.  But it does make your message stand out better.  I will leave this up to you – but I used a permanent marker (non-toxic, remember), to darken all the way into each of the grooves.  Then, using a little bit of rubbing alcohol on a paper towel, I wiped off the excess.  Don’t get too much, or you’ll wipe it out of the grooves too – you can always use a polishing cloth to get any last little tiny spots.

Hand-Stamped Spoon Tutorial at www.happyhourprojects.com

Awesome, right?  I loved how it turned out so much, I made up a few more!

Hand-Stamped Spoon Tutorial at www.happyhourprojects.com

You can try your hand at stamped spoons for yourself by checking out ImpressArt’s Premium stamps – or, if you are the winner of this great giveaway! Note: The giveaway is now closed.  Thanks to everyone who entered!

ImpressArt Premium Stamp Set Giveawa at www.happyhourprojects.com

I want to thank ImpressArt for sponsoring this giveaway, I love having the chance to offer this great set to a lucky reader!  Rafflecopter will walk you through how to enter below.  The giveaway is open through February 9, 2014 to my US friends (void where prohibited) and the winner will have their choice of either a lowercase or uppercase stamp kit (both are pictured above to show you your options, but please note that you’ll only get one).  Good luck – you guys are going to LOVE THESE STAMPS!

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Comments

  1. Pat schwab says

    Never stamped before but am really interested in trying it. I’ve seen this spoons and they would be fun to have. Thanks for a chance to win this awesome prize. Pat S

  2. says

    I’ve never letter stamped, but I’ve used household tools to try out texture on some of my jewelry. Can’t wait to try letters, and these stamps sound fabulous!

  3. Jennifer says

    ImpressArt has the best products. I would love to add this to my collection-
    I would be one Happy Stamper! ;-)

  4. Heather says

    I have seen the stamping tools in the store every time I go and haven’t had the courage to pick up a set to try.

  5. says

    What an awesome project! I am a metal stamper and love ImpressArt’s stamps. I do not own any premium stamps and would LOVE to win! It would really take my stamping to the next level. Thanks for this opportunity!

  6. Brenda B. says

    I have not done the stamping yet, but want to start! Thanks for the chance to win and get going!

  7. Erin M says

    I have been interested is getting involved in metal stamping for a while, but with unpaid maternity leave right now and 2 kids, we just don’t have the money to invest in a new hobby for me right now. I love to stamp with rubber stamps and paper though!

  8. Amanda k says

    I am new to stamping and have not seen someone stamp a surface that is not flat. What a great idea.

  9. Amy Simonds says

    I’ve metal stamped for the first time a couple months ago…loved it!!! We stamped on flattened spoons. So many ideas of things I want to do now!

  10. says

    I actually have a full time business making hand stamped jewelry. It is a labor of l?ve, and I truly enjoy every minute of it. The best part….making things for people that have so much meaning. I use mostly stainless steel blanks, but I am slowly starting to venture into Gold filled. I have not used the new premium stamps from ImpressArt yet, but would love to add them to my collection, and possible make them my “Go To” stamps.

    Thanks for the chance to win my first set. ;)

  11. Amanda S. says

    I’m just starting out stamping and love it! Would love to add the newsprint set to my supplies. :)

  12. Rhonda says

    I would love to live. I just dived in head first and bought some stamping supplies. Would love to add this to my (soon to be) growing collection.

  13. Valeria C says

    I’ve been stamping for about a year now but haven’t stamped on spoons because I need this stamp set. Would love to win it since I can’t currently afford it.

  14. says

    I’m more than a beginner, nver tried it before. But I love how versatile this is, would love to get some basic supplies.

  15. says

    Okay – I SO want those premium stamps. I have a regular set, and you’re right, they don’t quite cut it on stainless steel. This sounds like a great set for me to have! :)

  16. MARIA SOTO says

    great tutorial, this is a craft I have wanted to try out for a while, I did get to do some stamping at a CHA a couple years back. it would be amazing to win and get started with this craft. It would be a great addition to my jewelry making.

  17. Natasha J says

    its on my crafting bucket list of stuff i want to try. i havent found a stamping set i liked so glad for this post because i really want this!!!

  18. Heather says

    I have always wanted to learn how to do this! This is an amazing giveaway, thank you for the opportunity!

  19. Sharon Lynn says

    Hi – I would love to win this Stamp Set :-)
    Thanks so much for the opportunity and God Bless You :-)

  20. Debra Turner says

    Getting ready to try this and your blog post/instructions came just in time! THANKS!

  21. Kylie C says

    I’m a complete newbie but I have been want to try the craft for over a year now- it just hasn’t been in the budget yet.

  22. says

    I have tried a little stamping but haven’t gotten into it as much as I would like due to lack of time and resources. Love the blog and will be back!

  23. Hannah Ballou says

    I have been making jewelry for many years but I have never tried metal stamping. I would love to add this new skill to my repertoire. The stamped spoons are lovely and I have so many projects in mind! Thanks for an awesome giveaway!

  24. says

    I would so love to win these. I’ve started trying to stamp a lot more and more items and these would be great to have.

  25. Lorrie Watsob says

    I have been metal stamping for a little while now. One of my first projects were the spoons. It was SO HARD! The stainless spoons are much cheaper, but are definitely a harder metal. I would LOVE to win a set of stamps that would make this type of project easier!

  26. Amy M says

    I have read several tutorials about stamping jewelry, but haven’t been brave enough to try it. Really would like to though. I have seen so many pieces of jewelry that I love.

  27. Kim Cowgar says

    I’ve been stamping for a little while now and use a mix of ImpressArt and others. Didn’t know about the premium set though, exciting! I’ve wanted to try spoons and such but didn’t want to put the money into expensive utensils. I mostly stamp on blanks but also like using smooth bezels to stamp on. Thanks for chance to win these…would be amazing!

  28. Sonya Neal says

    Oh my goodness! This is amazing! I have wanted to start metal stamping jewelry for such a long time now, this would be a great way to help me start!!

  29. Jenn says

    Would be great to be able to stamp on stainless steel spoons. So much easier to find in thrift shops!

  30. SharonP says

    I haven’t tried metal stamping yet but have wondered how to do it. Your tutorial is great as usual. I would certainly love to try Impress Art stamping.

  31. Barbara Bradford says

    I have bought a set of stamps, that I realize now ( after visiting ImpressArtists site) are not well made stamps. I want to try the stamping of spoons. After reading your tute I believe that I can do it. I can’t wait to see what projects you come up with.

  32. Patti says

    Wow! Metal stamping – just one more thing I want to try. Your blog has opened up the world of crafts for me. Thanks for all the wonderful ideas.

  33. Rhonda S. says

    Just purchased some stamping supplies, haven’t even had the chance to use them yet but would so love to win some stamps! I want to make hand stamped jewelry! Love the spoon idea for teacher gifts too!

  34. Gina F says

    I’ve been wanting to try metal stamping, but just haven’t yet. This would be a great opportunity to do it. Thanks

  35. Lisa Nash says

    I have seen this and I want to try this so much!!! It would be so much fun and open the door to many, many projects! Thanks for your darling ideas! :D

  36. sherea says

    I have never stamped before, but I am super excited to get started. Stamped spoons are so cute!

  37. Kristen McLane ( says

    Haven’t tried hand stamping yet; but I enjoy seeing your projects and would love the opportunity to gather a few of my own supplies.

  38. Julie says

    Nice tutorial always wanted to learn how to do metal stamping. Thanks for the chance for a give away.

  39. Micahlyn says

    I’ve been wanting to try stamping for years now, but haven’t been able to bring myself to make the initial investment. This would be a wonderful way to get me started!

  40. says

    I love this!! I have never stamped metal before but have always wanted to try.. The sayings on the spoons are so cute and what a great Valentine’s Day gift!!

  41. Julia G says

    AMAZING! What a great gift idea.
    I have never tried metal stamping before but am eager to try it.

    Stamped spoons would make an AWESOME addition to the glass etched mugs/coffee/Bailey’s we are using as the give aways at our wedding :)

    Thanks for the opportunity!

  42. Joyce Tatarchuk says

    I’ve never stamped anything like this before but I would love to! Your ideas are precious!

  43. Andrea Lynn Miller says

    I saw spoons like this on Etsy and thought they were neat. It’d be fun to create them myself.

  44. Ashley says

    I’ve been stamping for about a year now, it is so easy and I cannot wait to try making some stamped spoons as favors for my sister’s wedding!

  45. Mary says

    The stamped spoons would be a wonderful addition to the company I work for – I’m hoping I can create some for our garden tea party!

  46. Francene says

    Great tutorial! Do you mind sharing where you purchased the spoons? (I like this finish.) I have ImpressArt stamps but not the premium for stainless steel. Love the possibilities! Thank you!

    • says

      Francene, I picked them up at Meijer which is a Midwest superstore chain – I was on my weekly grocery run. But the brand is Cambridge, and they are just cheapies! 6 spoons for $5.99.

  47. Chelsea says

    I’ve tried stamping spoons before, but the stamp set I have is no good, and I made a mess of things. I flattened them, stamped the other side, and put them in my garden as markers. I would love to have a nice set!

  48. Kelly S. says

    Metal stamping is a lot of fun! It is awesome that these sets can stamp on stainless steel. Can’t wait to try them out on spoons and other items. :-)

  49. Gwen says

    I haven’t done any jewellery stamping yet…but i seems so fun and creative. Sadly,the supplies are hard to find and expensive here! :'( I wanna get started asap! haha

  50. mona says

    I bought my first stamping set a few months ago and haven’t used it yet. You gave me the information and desire to give it a try. Thanks for the great information!!

  51. Susan Taylor says

    I have not done this yet but have been wanting to stamp spoons and forks. Thanks for the tips!

  52. Gina says

    I’ve never done this before but would LOVE to. Keeping my fingers crossed that I win this stamping set!

  53. says

    So exciting to have a chance to win!
    This has been on my wish list for awhile now. Your tutorial is great!
    I found you on hometalk.
    Thanks so much!
    Deb

  54. Stacy silva says

    I love this idea. I was just trying to figure out something for my husband for valentines and he would totally enjoy a love note on his coffee spoon more than something that would just sit and collect dust. Definitely need to try this.

  55. Stacy silva says

    I really love this idea and think I’ll make some love notes on my husbands coffee spoons.

  56. Linda Brooks says

    I have never done metal stamping and would love to try it. I find $70 for a set of stamps pretty expensive for something to try. Is there anything less expensive that would work to try it out first?

  57. Michelle says

    I am always drawn to stamped metal everything. After I ordered a necklace on Etsy, I thought, shoot, I could do this! Thanks for the great tips for us beginners – I will check back often!

  58. Michelle says

    I want to stamp on tags for organizing my crafts and all of our baskets of winter gear up here in MN!

  59. says

    Absolutely want a set like this. I would be a newbie, but I have been looking for a product like this for sometime. Thanks.

  60. says

    This is an awesome idea. I work with adults with developmental disabilities and I think this would make an awesome, unique, and age appropriate project. Thank you so much for the awesome idea and tutorial plus the chance to win the stamping kit!

  61. Jennifer Reynolds says

    Very beginner, but want to do it very much! I am starting my own crafting business and would love to incorporate something like this into it!

  62. Susan Camp says

    I have never done stamping but would love to learn, it looks like an interesting craft that could be used on many different things.

  63. says

    what a fantastic idea! I bought a basic stamp set before Christmas to play with, but I know I won’t be able to use them for the spoon project. I’d love a set of these, the projects could be endless :)

  64. Jeanne says

    I’ve stamped aluminum with my cheapy set, so I would love to move up with this one. Thanks for the chance!

  65. TracieMcOB says

    Hi Just found your site via Home Talk – Love this tutorial – Thanks so much for the giveaway! This is a project I’ve been wanting to try for awhile

  66. Tamara says

    I have REALLY been wanting to learn how to stamp jewelry and metal pieces! I greatly appreciate all that you have shared here! It helps give me motivation that maybe I could do it!! Would LOVE to win the set to get started!! Thank you, again!

  67. Connie says

    Oh man! I passed up a chance to purchase a metal stamping set at a second hand store because I couldn’t figure what I’d do with it! Now, I know!!! I am going to have to purchase some stamps and old spoons and do this project. Thanks!

  68. says

    Oh, I would so love to win this set, I’ve been wanting to do this for some time now and didn’t want to use my silver ones. Thank you for the chance to win this set.
    Hugs, Lynnie

  69. says

    Great post!! I just found your blog last night and am really loving all your tutorials….. I love hand stamping, but have only used a basic stamp set from Harbor Freight. I have been itching to try ImpressArt’s stamps and would LOVE a chance to win!! Thanks~April

  70. Lea says

    I love this idea! Never tried it before, but it just looks amazing! Can’t wait to try it!

  71. Michelle A. says

    Just getting started with this new endeavor and would love a chance to try these! :)

  72. Patti says

    I was just talking about wanting to do this yesterday! I can’t wait to try it and winning a set will make that happen so much quicker!

  73. Shirley says

    I have not stamped before because I don’t have the equipment to do it. I am old and on a fixed income so if I won this I could start. This is my only entry because I don’t have all of the other ways to enter.

  74. Jessica H. says

    I have not been able to jewelry stamp yet, but this Christmas when looking for ideas to make friends and co-workers for Christmas I came across a lot of tutorials using these. I would love to have a set, thank you for the wonderful giveaway!

  75. Debbie myers says

    I’ve been inspired to try these so many times, but have been held back by my doubts. You’ve made it look easy. Stamping might be starting sooner than I imagined if I win!

  76. says

    I am new to this site and metal stamping but I am glad I stumbled in. It has been a big help to my learning new things, and not just about stamping. thanks

  77. Jane H. says

    I love your site! I would love to make markers for my herb garden; then I would make pendants for my friends – then, who knows?

  78. says

    I’ve never stamped jewlery before, but it is is something I would love to try. I own several pieces of jewlery that have have been stamped. I’d like my own collection!

  79. Kristi Bennett says

    oh’ great just what I need another craft to get hooked on. I can see it happening. Going to check out the rest of your tutorials. Thanks for the chance to win a set of stamps.

  80. Ruth M says

    I have never stamped before, but would love to learn. I would like to try stamping spoons first!

  81. Kristy Z says

    I’ve done it once when me and my husband made eachothers wedding bands, I love to have my own set!

  82. Barbara Ross says

    I started stamping last year by making garden markers for my Mom’s collection of potted Amaryllis plants! To date I’ve only tried stamping on silverplate and it can be an expensive undertaking! I’d love to be able to also stamp stainless! Wow!

  83. Debbie Cottros says

    What a cute idea. Have been wanting to get some letter stamps. They are on my lists of new craft wants. Hope i win

  84. Paula says

    I have never stamped before, but, I’ve been following your blog, and researching it for a while now, I want to try it SO bad.

  85. says

    I have never stamped metal, but have stamped leather (years ago). Always wanted to create with metal and love your idea of doing it with spoons. I’m thinking weddings, engagement parties, birthday parties and more. Love your tutorials. Thank you so much. This definitely goes into my list of favorite tutorials.

    SewCalGal
    http://www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

  86. Karin V says

    I have never tried stamping before but it is something I would love to try sometime. I have purchased a few items that other people have made and I just love the look of how they turn out. Maybe someday I will get to give it a try myself.

  87. Jennifer says

    I would love to give metal stamping a try. I’m thinking about giving stamping the handle a try too!

  88. Lindsey says

    I’ve never done metal stamping, but love it! I’d love to try my hand at stamping some spoons and jewelry.

  89. says

    I haven’t had the chance to try yet, but I’ve been dying to for a while now! The first thing I would make would be a necklace with my children’s names on it! Thank you for this opportunity to win! (& Thank you ImpressArt)

  90. Andi C. says

    I have always wanted to do that! I never see any silver spoons at my local thrift stores and the set of stampers from Harbor Freight wouldn’t make a dent in the stainless spoons. Now i know why! Good tutorial also – thanks!

  91. courtney hennagir says

    I have never stamped before but I am dying to try it! This would be so perfect! I love the look of the stamped spoons. They would make such a cool gift!

  92. Doris Henson says

    I’ve always wanted to do this to make items for my family. Got my fingers crossed. Thanks for the chance. :)

  93. says

    I have always wanted to learn how to do this! It looks like fun! I now need a tutorial on how to flatten spoons! Maybe I will make some for our cottage.

  94. Maribel Reyes says

    I’ve been trying to stamp necklaces, however for some odd reason it hasn’t stamped on any of them I think I may have the wrong set of tools.

  95. says

    I love these! I would love to own them and stamp everything I can get my hands on. I might even try stamping on my knitting needles. (lol)

  96. Heather says

    I have wanted to start stamping so bad…. just reading up on it all to get good tips and info on what to invest in forst

  97. says

    I’ve been making jewelry by design for 4 years now and am expanding my product line by adding new fonts and styles. I’d love to learn new techniques for stamping.

  98. Shayne says

    Love these ImpressArt stamps. I have a couple sets that I use, but I didn’t realize it would take a special set to stamp stainless steel (good thing I haven’t tried it yet, I guess!).

  99. Sheila Stewart says

    I just started stamping and it’s great to see other peoples take on spacing! I have wasted a few blanks, it’s hard since I kind of am a perfectionist. I have to remember this is “handmade” and won’t be perfect…BUT I want it as close to perfect…so thanks for the pointers. Stamps are expensive especially the good ones, so this would be a great gift to win. Thanks for the consideration!

  100. says

    I’ve been hand stamping for 9 months, and this looks like a really interesting project to start, for adding new items to my shop. Thank you for such a detailed tutorial!

  101. Kristi Fairfield says

    Never stamped before. Would love to try it on spoons. Would be great as garden markers.

  102. Lisa Webb says

    Amazing, woweeeeeee would we…
    We’d be stamping all over Town…
    So stunning & a wonderful gift…

  103. Sue Brailey says

    Adrianna, this was one of the best descriptions of a process I have ever read! Your details were spot on and showing the missteps is encouraging!! I have not yet made the leap into this cool process but have been seeing such beautiful projects and I know I’m going to get into this! Thank you so much for the inspiration! Love your work and your sense of humor!

  104. says

    I would love to win these! I stamp on vintage silverware all the time, but need something for stainless steel.
    Lisa

  105. Sherri Asamura says

    I’ve been stamping for about 8 months now. Really enjoy it! Would like to have more fonts to choose from.

  106. says

    I love making hand stamped jewellery and also used to stamp spoons forks etc as well but I found my stamps getting blunt, my dream is to own a impress art set.

  107. says

    This looks like such a pretty and practical set to have. I have been stamping for about a year, and love it. What a great opportunity this giveaway is!

  108. Nancy says

    I would love to stamp more things. I love to stamp blanks for necklaces. This set would be perfect to broaden my stamping.

  109. says

    I haven’t jewelry stamped before but would love to try it! I would love to make something for my grandmothers and mom for mother’s day!

  110. Sharon says

    Just bought a starter set for my daughters 11th birthday. Would love to expand on that!! We are both so excited to start metal stamping for family and friends.

  111. tiffani says

    I’ve never stamped before but I keep seeing really cool projects that inspire me to try.

  112. JR says

    Definitely new to the stamping world! I’ve been eyeing some initial pendants online. Been shocked how much it costs, so I’ve held off, but now I see how I can make it myself! It is easy! Thanks for the wonderful tutorial!

  113. Lynne says

    So glad I found this blog – lots of great information. Been stamping a while but can always learn more!

  114. Brittany says

    I’ve been looking into getting into this. I make handmade hemp jewelry and think some handstamped pieces would be a nice addition. I’m glad I found this blog and the giveaway!

  115. Daniel Vogt says

    This is such a great idea! I’d love to be a winner to try making some awesome art!

  116. Shannon S says

    I am starting to stamp jewelry and am in NEED of another set of stamps (i only have 1 that I got from my dad) and this one is much prettier!

  117. Sarah Eckel says

    If I could do it all I would. Love to make all sorts of different things. I think metal stamping would be the perfect edition to my arsenal of crafting.

  118. Amber says

    I really love heavy gauge brushed aluminum. It takes the stamp beautifully and doesn’t tarnish. I need more fonts!

  119. Kelli says

    Where can I buy these spoons already stamped for valentine’s day?? Can someone make them for me if I cannot buy them somewhere?

  120. Lynne B says

    Thank you I have really enjoyed reading and learning from the tutorials. I am desperately researching as much as I am able on metal stamping before I begin approaching doing it.

  121. says

    What a fun little project you have here! I think it would be really fun to have stamped spoons. They look really cute with the little sayings on each one. I think it would be fun if we got some sort of metal stamp for the whole spoon. I would like to have custom made spoons that were for measuring or had our family name on them.

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