Let's Try: Stamping on Clay
I’ve always loved pottery and have entertained the idea of pottery classes just to try out surface design with stamps. But alas! Since I can’t do it all, I reached out to the real professionals to test out underglaze ink pads and answer some questions for us.
These talented ceramists tested out some Creatiate custom rubber stamps with Potter’s Pads, and check out what they made……..
From Eina, Einamade:
From Rebekah, ArtRebCo:
Overall they found the stamps easy to use with the underglaze ink pad, and both artists highly recommended using stamps for surface design. How cool! I’m pretty sure I’m going to have to book that pottery class after all. ;)
A little bonus
All the pottery ideas I’ve brewed up since starting this collab:
Create a bee-inspired repeat pattern from hexagon stamps.
Create simple Christmas Ornaments with a circle cookie cutter and this Christmas Stamp.
Wedding favor tags for your wedding guests with your very own custom wedding logo on them.
A “Handmade By Me” ceramic tag to put on a special product would make it crazy giftable and really professional.
A custom stamp of your signature or logo, for the bottom of your pieces sure makes them professional.
An awesome way to create custom gifts for wedding clients: for example, a wedding bowl stamped with the Bride & Grooms names that can then be sent along to them to make tags for their wedding favors! Cheers to custom AND multi-functional. ;)
Want even more inspiration? I’ve got a whole pinterest board full.
Don’t have a logo yet? I’ve got you covered. I can even set you up with a digital copy to use for your social media, blog, website, etc!
Happy stamping, friends!!!
* Product links are not affiliate links. They're links to the products I use because I love them, period. I'm *most* interested in helping you get maximum usefulness from your Creatiate stamps. So if you love this project, I'd love to make up some stamps for you here and get you started on your way to pottery surface design greatness! ;)