How to Rubber Stamp and Seal Flat Tags by Becky Nunn

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Designer: Becky Nunn
If you have ever wanted to add personal touches quickly and easily to your jewelry designs then this video is for you! Becky Nunn of Nunn Design demonstrates how you can very easily rubber stamp flat tags and then coat them in a durable sealant for a polished professional look.
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Hi this is Becky Nunn of Nunn design doing a guest project for Beadaholique.com. In this video we're gonna show how you can rubber stamp onto different surfaces using StazOn ink and rubber stamps. In this project we did two other that you can see other videos on this is a crystal clay with resin creating a faux enamel. We have a prong setting video also that you can reference and see. In this video you will need to have Staz-On Ink, some findings, rubber stamp. I'm using a cute little bee one a paint brush and and the Nunn Design sealant. For the first step you wanna go ahead and get a little bit Ink onto your rubber stamp I often do a little side test right over here to make sure that I have a good coverage of Ink. I also like to have a wet wipe handy just in case I didn't get the stamping just correct you wanna go ahead and press down gently onto the finding and then you have a cute little bead finding with a stamp on it. Once you've let your StazOn Ink dry, it won't take very long at all I would say two minutes, you want to go ahead with Nunn Design sealant and just paint a nice thin coat over the image and then it will give it a slightly gloss finish and it also protect the bee from rubbing off and then you have a fun little charm that you can attach onto any piece of jewelry you have. This is Becky Nunn for Beadaholique.com. and I hope you enjoyed learning how to rubber stamp onto metal. Go to www.beadaholique.com to purchase beading supplies and to get design ideas!

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