One of our favorite (and easy) ways to use polymer clay to create jewelry components is by using rubber stamps. If you've been in a craft store lately, no doubt you've seen the explosion in the paper-crafting area. Mixed in with all the scrapbooking and card-making fun are entire aisles dedicated to rubber stamps. In most cases, people use these items to stamp ink images onto paper and other surfaces. But you can also use them without ink to add impressions and texture to polymer clay beads and components.
Here's the basic process for creating stamped impressions on clay:
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