New Videos! Rubber Stamped Faux Porcelain with Colorized Resin.


Rubber stamping onto any surface can feel a bit intimidating, but rest assured as this is not the case with this technique. If you don’t like the image that you rubber stamped onto the wet Crystal Clay, wipe the ink away with a wet wipe and try again! This tip allows for the beginner to advanced creator to get the images just right.

Once you have rubber stamped your image onto the Crystal Clay, apply clear Nunn Design 2-Part Resin or a colorized resin to give your pendant a faux porcelain look.

Watch the Video!


Both of these videos were shot in the Beadaholique studio earlier this year. Take a look-see at just how easy it is to create this faux porcelain look with rubber stamps. I’m regretting not showing that you can wipe the image off the clay, but it is a tip to hold on to!
How to Rubber Stamp on Crystal Clay with Colorized Resin by Becky Nunn

Watch the Dog & Pony Show!


Any time I’m pulling out a bunch of junk to talk about, I call it my “dog & pony show.” Anyone know where that saying came from? Anyway, it is fun to see the variety of looks you can make from the same technique.
Rubber Stamp and Epoxy Clay Dog and Pony Show by Becky Nunn

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2 thoughts on “New Videos! Rubber Stamped Faux Porcelain with Colorized Resin.

  1. Michelle Gray says:

    Love having another use for all of my rubber stamps. I watched both videos. I don’t recall you saying which white ink you used for stamping onto the black crystal clay. Did you use white StazOn or did you use a pigment ink. It seems a bit smudged or blurred link you used pigment ink.
    Also, what other inks will work besides StazOn? I’m assuming waterbased inks won’t work, but what about alcohol ink or other solution dye inks? Eg. Ancient Page, Archival, Adirondack, etc? Please advise. Thanks for sharing!

    • beckynunn says:

      I did use a cream StazOn ink. It can “bleed” if there is too much ink on the stamp or if you press down to hard. I personally don’t have a lot of experience with using alcohol inks or other solution dye inks. I do know that you can use them on the Crystal Clay, but I’m not sure about this technique of rubber stamping with them.

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