Small narrow backgrounder.
1.5mm x 5mm (1/16" x 3/16")
A very small background stamp for tight areas, and bring out detail and definition, use the stamp to press down the leather around your designs.
Backgrounders are also sometimes called matting stamps and are used to push down and add texture to the background area of a design.
Note: Sizes are approximate and are given as height by width.
Carving stamps are made from a high quality ferrous steel which gives a consistent sharp and clear impression time after time. These can be identified from cheaper metal alternatives by checking to see if they are magnetic. Each tool has an integral steel handle measuring approximately 10.5cm, 4 ¼” and has a textured non-slip area for easier gripping.
Some great Ideas and Inspirations for Embossing and Carving Leather Projects.
Using 6532, 6406, 6722 stamps and 66294 matting tool.
Click here to see more of David’s work
Halcyon Leather - using Craftool 6445 and the Identity Store Water-Based Leather Stain in Forest Green. To read about Graham’s work click here
Knife sheath stamped with basketweave stamp 6500.
Tooled ladies belt by Stephen Mudd using X503 Tri-weave stamping tool.
See more of Stephen's on his website, Mudd Hutt
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