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    Im trying to rubber stamp onto a bottle, the stamp is flat on the table, I ink it up then roll the bottle over it but it just slides all over the place.

    What to do, less ink, put the stamp on a mount? Any ideas?
    Last edited by Seahorse; 09-03-2007, 10:25 AM. Reason: missed a k
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    Have a look into the properties of liquid fimo/liquid sculpey.
    Even though I use these for wings, they are also used for transfering images.
    I am not sure if this involves glass, but might be worth researching it.
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      Thanks, il have a google.
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      • #4
        I've ggogled "stamping on bottles" for over an hour and it's beaten me Ah well here's the way I would do it. First use StazOn ink (permanant ) depending on size of stamp either clamp the stamp or the bottle. I think personaly I would clamp the bottle then I could position the stamp easyer.

        What result are you trying to achive is it an out line for Painting or just the stamp image you want?
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        • #5
          Just a stamped image that goes all/most of th way round the bottle.
          I think clamping the bottle is a good idea, keep that still and move the stamp round.

          Silly thing is that the stamps Im using is on a big sheet, not individual, I hate cutting them up as I think Im gona lose them.
          Suppose making them individual stamps would help.
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          • #6
            Have you tried Tinta ink, for pergamano, it's great for other things too, might be worth a try on glass.
            I love experimenting
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              Originally posted by sand View Post
              Have you tried Tinta ink, for pergamano, it's great for other things too, might be worth a try on glass.
              I love experimenting
              Ive not heard of it?Il have a google.
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