Celtic Symbols: 18 Rubber Stamps Misc. Supplies – Oct 1 1998
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About the Author
Jim Paul is a highly praised poet and writer whose previous books include Rune Poem from Chronicle Books; Catapult ; Medieval in LA ; and What's Called Love. He lives in San Francisco.
Top Customer Reviews
You can get some really beautiful designs out of these stamps but it takes some practice, and some of the smaller ones tend to blur if you press too hard. The trick is to get a very good ink pad (Encore is the best) and learn how to apply just the right pressure. This is easier with these stamps than with other sets, as these are wood backed, which makes for a better, clearer image. I used the one with three knotted horses to make party invitations, using a multi colored stamp pad in hues of blue and purple with a silver accent. With a little work, they came out really nice.
This set is an excellent value, especially at this price, and a nice addition to any stamper collection.
A variety of stamp designs and sizes are included. Designs feature mostly knotwork and spirals. The biggest is a circle about 2" in diameter. There are 4 tiny stamps that measure about a half-inch. My favorite image 1 1/4" circle with knotwork and three horses.
Most recent customer reviews
These stamps are great. There is a great variety and they are already assembled in a wooden box. They are high quality stamps, that come out very clear but the stamp pad is... Read morePublished on March 22 2002
I know good stamps. I have spent a lot of money on good stamps over the years. These are not good stamps. They do not feel good in your hand. Read morePublished on Jan. 23 2001 by Mara Addison