Here at Simon’s Stamps we get a lot of inquiries about what rubber stamps can and can’t be used for. And I’d like to talk about clay in this post, as it’s asked about most often.
Yes! You can stamp clay with rubber stamps. There are a few things to keep in mind, however.
- First, your design should be fairly simple with no fine detail. The details tend to get lost in the removal of the rubber.
- Second, we recommend the deep engraved rubber for best impressions. Our clients using clay have the most success with the deep rubber.
- Third, you may want to consider an unmounted rubber die (as shown in the photo above). This will give you more control with this medium.
Please drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org or 413.863.6800 with any questions about deep engraved rubber stamps for use in clay or your design.
Also, check out our online shop offerings at shop.simonstamp.com for Deep Engraved Traditional Wood Handle Rubber Stamps.