Like this antique hand carved wood fabric stamp.
I just love the leaves!!
A wooded Indian block stamp was used to decorate these delightful buttons from YolandasClay
Other stamps I found recently were on Bailey Ceramics. They are now carrying a huge line of Mayco Stamps and I might add Mayco glazes too. The stamps are fun and whimsical and quite well designed.
You can purchase these individually or as a kit.
Mayco tells us that "these designer, flexible stamps are great for use not only on flat surfaces such as plates, but are perfect for wrapping around curved projects such as cups, bowls and more. Each stamp is 6.75"l x 2.125"w."
And if you want to make your own stamps I found this great page at RubberStamps.net telling you just how to prepare your own drawings or images so that they can make you a wonderful custom stamp.
As far as I know all of the stamps referred to in this post allow you to use them on your art work. The only restriction would be that you not make the stamp itself for commercial purposes.
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