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Working with Leather Border Stamps

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Check out more leathercraft Tools & Tips at https://www.weaverleathersupply.com/learn/how-to-videos Chuck Dorsett uses a variety of leather tools from Weaver Leather Craft Supply to create an elegant border on his leather. Buy Border Stamps at https://www.weaverleathersupply.com/catalog/item-detail/67-7204/barbed-wire-stamp-set-/pr_40322
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Linda. DeRossett (1 month ago)
Xax
Oscar Lechuga (2 months ago)
EXCELLENT video. Thank you, Sir. Oscar
Mark Ashlock (2 months ago)
Not sure I've seen you use a maul before? Thought you were a leather mallet guy? Great job and great tips. Thanks!
Martin E (6 months ago)
Thanks , Chuck.
Robert Brunston (6 months ago)
Very good! Thanks
Stéphanie Favory (7 months ago)
Hi master wher i get this tool
Weaver Leathercraft (7 months ago)
Hello, I linked all of the stamping tools below, let us know if there was a different tool you were inquiring about. Barbed wire stamp set: https://www.weaverleathersupply.com/catalog/item-detail/67-7204/barbed-wire-stamp-set-/pr_40322 Veiner: https://www.weaverleathersupply.com/catalog/item-detail/67-6959/veiner-stamping-tool-large/pr_40205/cp_/shop-now/hand-tools/stamping-carving/stamps Geometric (Continuous Mules Foot): https://www.weaverleathersupply.com/catalog/item-detail/67-6983/continuous-mules-foot/pr_40229/cp_/shop-now/hand-tools/stamping-carving/stamps Camouflage Stamp: https://www.weaverleathersupply.com/catalog/item-detail/67-6961/camouflage-stamping-tool-/pr_40207/cp_/shop-now/hand-tools/stamping-carving/stamps Scroll Left: https://www.weaverleathersupply.com/catalog/item-detail/67-6968/left-geometric-stamping-tool-/pr_40214/cp_/shop-now/hand-tools/stamping-carving/stamps Scroll Right: https://www.weaverleathersupply.com/catalog/item-detail/67-6969/right-geometric-stamping-tool-/pr_40215/cp_/shop-now/hand-tools/stamping-carving/stamps
dmontgomery1980 (7 months ago)
You Sir are a Jedi Master!!!
Weaver Leathercraft (7 months ago)
Thank you so much!
Kyle Diablo (7 months ago)
Looks great!
Secret Agent (8 months ago)
Wow! You are a master
Lindomar Rosa (9 months ago)
Muito bom. Parabéns.
ray w (9 months ago)
Could you run the viewer under the Cano tool for a rising sun
Weaver Leathercraft (9 months ago)
Absolutely, good idea! The great thing about stamps is the possibilities are endless!
Old Codger (10 months ago)
Thanks so much for your great video demonstrating various decorative stamping methods, but I'm VERY concerned with how you use various stamps to end a decoration similar to the way you did with this video... I've watched several of your videos about this, but have NOT seen you demo how you use the stamps to meet one another at the end of the project... Help! I'm sure others must feel the same... PLEASE more demo's on how to do this! Again Thanks for these videos!
Weaver Leathercraft (10 months ago)
Hi there, we can definitely add this to our list of videos to work on. We do have a video showing how to use a camouflage stamping tool and how to angle your stamps if you are close to the edge: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FG3dzXMK-tE
Matthew M (10 months ago)
Nice. Thanks for the tips. Especially the barbed wire tips. I thought they cool so just ordered a bw kit. Didn't realize they were a hard one haha.. think its got 4 stamps in it. With like two 90° l/r corner stamps. Hopefully I'll work it out haha. Glad I watched this first. Got some other border stamps and basket/tri weave too that I'm looking forward to trying. Haven't don't much stamping/carving before. They were on sale though from like $50 each down to $13. And a quality basic stamp kit with swivel knife half price at a different place. (I think its a Weaver kit actually) So I figured its a good time to learn )).
Weaver Leathercraft (10 months ago)
That's awesome, have fun stamping and thank you for watching!
TheLupulalb (1 year ago)
Thanks for the tips
Arne Sandness (1 year ago)
Perfect timing! I love the floral stamp and I'm going to use it as a border stamp on an 8" x 8" mouse pad I'm making for my sister. She is going to love it! Thanks.
gene Pohlemann (1 year ago)
you good bro, I've been very frustrated with barb wire and pert near give up on it but after watching your tips I'll pick it back up and try again, THANX
cedric nickell (1 year ago)
I'm still getting the hang of these type of stamps. Thank you for the tips.
Craig Draper (1 year ago)
I like your light set up too, I have cataracts developing but not ready for the surgery yet, probably at least two or three years down the road or more. I like lots of light, I have tot lights on each bench but I think those flood lights on each side with color bulbs would really help! Keep up the good work Chuck!
Shirley Malar (2 years ago)
Nice video on border stamps. I particularly liked the tips on the use of the barbed wire stamps. Your light set-up caught my attention. How about a video on building one of those? What is covering the light bulbs? Do you use a particular kind of bulb? Is the frame attached to the table or does the weight of the marble slab hold it upright? Thanks.
Matthew M (10 months ago)
Shirley Malar - He covered that in a different video. Can't remember what it was called though.

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