Laser Cut Acrylic Stamps by Haskins Design Studio August 14, 2019 Tags:acrylic stamps, and, cindy lietz, design stamps, doug lietz, etsy, haskins design studio, laser cut, mandala, mandalas, mica shift, mokume gane, pattern, polymer clay tutor, polymer clay tutorials, product reviews, stamps, texture, the, tina haskins, you Related Posts Event Marketing Ideas: Sell Out Your Event in 5 Days! 😎 Melania Cuts Ties With Really Expensive Friend Michał Śliwiński – Działaj skuteczniej – organizacja czasu pracy projektanta About The Author Torey Turner 24 Comments Christine Curtis nice thanks April 24, 2017 Reply tressinar Those are gorgeous. Love your videos and your work area/studio is always clean and fresh looking. April 24, 2017 Reply Grace J I love these Cindy thank you just bought some April 24, 2017 Reply Feenuss Short Hair! 😀 Looks good. Nice and useful video as always! April 24, 2017 Reply Oh la Coquette ! J'ad😍re ! Merci pour cette découverte. April 24, 2017 Reply tjaysilver These stamps are gorgeous Cindy, just hope I can find some in the UK. Thank you, I always love your videos. April 24, 2017 Reply Unruly Housewife They look so crisp! xx April 24, 2017 Reply MarkiplierFan Love the shorter hair cut ! 🙂 April 24, 2017 Reply Jane Doe Love the new shorter hair cut!!! It looks great on you! Great detail on the acrylic stamps. It would be wonderful if they also offered the negative of the stamps you showed. Maybe they do…I'll have to go check out the link! P.S. I didn't even notice the audio issue even though I was listening for it! April 24, 2017 Reply Francesca Gorrini Hi Cynthia! I always watch your videos and I find them very useful. Thank you very much for your work! I have a question for you. Do think these stamps or have you ever tried to use them with sutton slice technique? Cheers April 25, 2017 Reply Stacy Burns Definitely ordering these! April 25, 2017 Reply Renee Furst Tina those stamps are beautiful and I am so happy that you have someone that is supporting your designs. This is an amazing accomplishment and I am so proud of you! April 25, 2017 Reply Michelle S.565 Because of limited photo space on Etsy. She tells you to see all her designs on her Facebook page. Here's the link. https://www.facebook.com/HaskinsDesignStudio/ April 26, 2017 Reply J. C. Good video… love the studio and looking forward to the tour! Like the shorter hair too! Love the stamps and what a great idea to design them… they are beautiful and awesome for clay and useful in other crafty projects! April 26, 2017 Reply Melanie Shigeoka I checked out her Etsy page and sadly she only ships to the USA. I be waiting patiently for when she starts shipping to Canada. absolutely beautiful designs. April 26, 2017 Reply Emma Brown ive been looking through your videos and cannot seem to find any info so, can you test sculpey iii for strength etc, or give some tips on how to use/bake t so it doesn't snap when used in thin sheets. all my 3d lilys' have snapped off petals, only the center is strong April 28, 2017 Reply LadyJoolree Hi Cindy, thanks for posting. Depending on the edges do you think the Sutton Slice technique is possible? Ta x May 1, 2017 Reply Aztec Girl Those are Besutiful! I will have to order a set!! May 2, 2017 Reply Cindy Coleman Excellent tutorial. Good tips on different techniques to use with these stamps verses the rubber or acrylic ones. May 5, 2017 Reply sagittarian1955 Hi, Cindy! There was one stamp, I believe you said it is 7R, that reminded me of a poinsettia! Would make an excellent, simple, yet pretty, Christmas ornament! And another one reminded me of a snowflake, lol. June 19, 2017 Reply Stephane Rivette Hi, I am new to your channel. I was wandering, if once cured (baked) the polymer clay would stand to the heat of melted wax for sealing purposes. Thanks in advance for helping a newbie. March 18, 2018 Reply chaskins24 I just added photos to Flickr to make it easier to see my stamp designs. Copy and paste this link into your internet browser: https://www.flickr.com/gp/[email protected]/p59A5d Tina Haskins February 22, 2019 Reply Tânia Lopes Can we use liquid clay? April 11, 2019 Reply Joanne Neff Dear Cindy, How do you create layering with translucent clay — you name the brand- a la Kathleen Dustin?Joanne Neff [email protected] July 11, 2019 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.