Leather patch work

Leather patch work, using Delrin stamp made on Glowforge

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The stamp is great, but your finishing work is outstanding!

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Look fantastic. You have the most steady hands.

I also enjoy making stamps with Delrin. A few weeks ago, another shipment of Delrin arrived. This shipment consisted of .031 thick sheets. It was be used to create transfer sheets.

A transfer sheet is exactly like a Tandy Craftaid.

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What are you using as a press?

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These are great, I am new to leather stamping, how do you colour them?

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Leather Acrylic

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This is awesome as usual!

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Truly the best paint for leather.

https://angelusdirect.com/collections/paint

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Thanks for sharing that @JimmyWayneWestie :raised_hands:

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Tomorrow I will post a picture of my VAST collection of paint.

  1. The paint is on the pricey side but a little goes a LONG way.
  2. The paint is very durable.
  3. AWESOME colors
  4. Different varieties
  5. Can be thinned down for an airbrush
  6. Amazing customer service
  7. The link I provided in the other post—- is the actual Angelus Company.
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May I ask where do you get your delrin from?

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On Etsy, but looking to see if there is a higher quality one as well

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This is stunning

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I too was wondering what you used for a press and I see you have a pic of that. Now I am curious how much pressure that puts out?
Awesome work by the way!

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I haven’t done anything with leather… but every time I see projects like this… I can’t wait to start. So cool!

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4 ton press

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@awebs76

I have 4 different collections of Angelus paints. Regular paint, metallics, neon and Glitterlites. Love them all. My neon collection is underneath the small bottles.

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The first company I recommend ——the 2nd company is SLOW SLOW SLOW for shipping.

https://www.onlinemetals.com/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMIqpu33vbC8AIVQ4JbCh0aGQ29EAAYASAAEgLhYvD

https://www.polymerplastics.com/

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Beyond beautiful. Whoever gets it will be so lucky. Too bad you can’t actually wear it on a uniform.

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