Stamping an image upside down is an easy mistake to make and an easy one to prevent. Practice stamping onto paper 8 to 10 sheets thick. Determine the correct position and place a mark facing you on the stamp with a felt tip pen or fingernail polish. You can also practice spacing the images so that you don't crowd them or run out of room by spreading them out too far.
Lay the silver tag on the stamping block. You can mark on your tag with a pencil or felt tip marker where you plan to stamp. (Permanent ink requires solvents to remove). Or you can write the word on a sticky note and lay it across your object as a guide.
Choose a stamp and hold it with the mark facing you. Position the stamp on the tag where you want the impression to be.
Hold the stamp firm and straight. With a household hammer, hit the top end of the stamp with a single, firm blow.
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the manufacturer (we know, it is very disappointing to us, too). Use the opportunity to mix up
the design and make it yours by substituting similar products or altering the entire color
scheme—it’s up to you!