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Category Archives: Alphabet Stamps
All our alphabets are available to see in our online catalog!
One of the nicest sentiments. A good deed does indeed brighten a dark world. I used one large brass metal blank and the Playground lower case alphabet metal stamps to make my quote pendant. The hearts are from the Fancy … Continue reading →
One loyal friend is worth 1000 relatives! I am feeling the need to stamp some words and quotes permanently onto metal blanks. Happily Metal Complex has all I need to create some special pieces. I used a marker to determine … Continue reading →
This necklace is from our photo archives. The simplicity of the suede cord makes the washer pendant really stand out. The washer was marked with our circle stamps. A little gilders paste added some colour and depth. The cord is … Continue reading →
I just discovered this sample from the John Bead archive! These earrings really showcase our metal stamping line! Brass Heart German silver rectangle Metal Stamps Fancy Hearts Anvil and a Hammer
Look no further than Metal Complex for quick and easy ways to personalize your projects! For this necklace charm I simply stamped my name on this brass heart metal blank with my Modern Print metal alphabet stamps. A hole was … Continue reading →
This wire twisted pumpkin features a hand stamped Metal Complex Washer. There are so many metal stamp fonts in the John Bead catalogue. This is “lowercase playground” and it stamps beautifully. I used black gilders paste to highlight my words … Continue reading →