Featured Tool: Thumb Safe Stamp Holder

By on March 9, 2016
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by Judy Ellis, Wirejewelry.com

Wire Jewelry Free Pattern for March 9th 2016

Thumb Safe Stamp Holder HOL-160.00

by Kate Richbourg

We love to learn about new tools and today Kate shows us a perfect little helper for anyone using metal stamps. The Thumb Safe Stamp Holder is a great addition to your workbench and like Kate says: “This little tool will keep you from pounding your fingers!”

Kate Says:


 

Additional Tools:

Stamp Stand, 40 Hole||PUN-140.00

Stamp Stand, 40 Hole

Designed specifically to hold our pattern stamps it makes storing and searching for the right stamp a much easier task. This practical item is made of hardwood with a generous 40 holes and varnished for good looks and protection. 5-3/4″ x 3-1/4″

 


 

RIVETING Set||KIT-505.00

RIVETING Set

Our riveting kit, developed by instructor Gwen Youngblood, will teach you to rivet like a pro. Join metal, add no-solder bezels…the possibilities are endless! The hardest part of traditional riveting is measuring the wire prior to forming the rivet. With the three different Rivet Gauges (14, 16 and 18 gauge) included in this kit, measuring wire is easy. The Rivet Punches allow you to set rivets in difficult locations and also attach bezel cups. The Rivet Punches are 1/8″, 3/16″ and 1/4″ to allow for a wide variety of uses. The tiny riveting block measures 1″ and has twelve small divots ranging in sizes from 3 to 13.5mm. These tiny divots allow you to set round-headed rivets while maintaining the round head. A 28-page project guide with photos is also included with this kit.

 

I hope that this helpful little tool saves a few of your fingers!

Happy Wrapping!

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One Comment

  1. avatar

    Kat

    March 10, 2016 at 5:45 am

    I use My Hubby’s “Stamp Tool’. It works GREAT! No More Purple Thumb Nails!! And No More Hammer Marks on the Fingers! “But You have to hold Both Tools Straight” or it will come out “Uneven”. I’m So Happy He Showed Me, And Thank You For Doing A Video On It.

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