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ALL-NEW PRODUCT ALERT: BRASS STAMPS ARE HERE!

ALL-NEW PRODUCT ALERT: BRASS STAMPS ARE HERE!

If you've been following along with us then you know we recently released a brand new line of brass stamps! These beautifully crafted tools are made in the USA, in the heart of Texas. CNC routed, the crisp impressions speak for themselves, creating stunning, professional grade work, no matter the user's skill level. 

Crafted from brass and handles made of stainless steel these pieces are rust-resistant and due to be part of your crafting toolbox for generations to come- but don't take our word for it! Find your local store to test these beauties out or check our website for availability near you!

@tandyleather Designed for crafters of all levels, our rust-resistant brass stamps are a worthy addition to any toolbox. These CNC routed brass-head stamps create sharp, crisp impressions for a perfect and professional result every time. The beautifully, USA crafted stamps are permanently mounted on durable, stainless steel handles for a tool that will last for generations! #tandyleather #makeyourmark #leathertogether #usamade #leather #leatherwork #stamping #makersgonnamake ♬ original sound - tandyleather

Take a look at a sneak peak behind-the-scenes with our maker in their manufacturing space in the video below to get a feel for the process from start to finish. Each of these stamps is machine routed and then hand finished for a product that embodies an incredible high quality standard that is individually inspected. 

@tandyleather Designed for crafters of all levels, our rust-resistant brass stamps are a worthy addition to any toolbox. These CNC routed brass-head stamps create sharp, crisp impressions for a perfect and professional result every time. The beautifully, USA crafted stamps are permanently mounted on durable, stainless steel handles for a tool that will last for generations! #tandyleather #makeyourmark #leathertogether ♬ original sound - tandyleather

Drop us a comment if you have questions or want to share your experience with our new line of tools! 

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