Join instructor Taryn McCabe as she shares this exciting style of stamping. Mandala stamping is a great way to use design stamps and letter stamps in a whole new way! By thinking of your stamps as portions of a larger pattern, you will create one of a kind beautiful designs. This class is perfect for the intermediate stamper who is ready for a new challenge. This is an intermediate level class, we recommend you have an understanding of Stamping on Metal before getting started. This class has a running time of 20 minutes.

Stamping on Metal

Stamping Checklist

Assortment of design stamps

Brass Mallet

Bench Block

Chain Nose Pliers, you'll need two to open and close the jump ring.

Hole Punch Plier


Industrial Sharpie Marker

Plastic Mallet

Pro Polish Pad (pack of 10)

Steel Wool #4/0 (0000)


Any Blank will work great! Taryn used a 1 1/2 inch circle blank in class.

Jump Ring


Hooked Jaw Dimple Pliers, 1mm

5.5" Square Leather Sandbag

Vintaj Patinas

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