5 posts tagged stamping
These cute little stamps are carved out of erasers! I did something very similar in math class in school. Needless to say, I didn’t do very well in maths. Carving stamps from erasers is a pretty cheap way of creating your own, but I would suggest you buy yourself a proper carving tool and not using your fingernails as I did! Use your new little house stamp to make cards, decorate bags, make wrapping paper… go crazy!
One of my favourite designers on etsy is Leah Goren. She does amazing tops and headbands, and this stamped project reminds me a lot of her work! What a sweet top to make for Spring (though I’m not really a crop top kinda gal!) Even better is that BP has supplied some very cute pics for you to use in your own stamps.
Stamped Pillowcase | Show Tell Share
You know how sometimes you see a DIY and think - why didn’t I think of that?! I see so many pretty stamps at Spotlight but I have no idea what I’d do with them. I’ve always wanted custom bedlinen (no matter how I try, I can never find one I love that doesn’t cost as much as my bed!) and this seems like an easy way to do it. I think I would probably go with a fabric paint though so I could still wash my linens.
Rolling Pin Stamps | Alisa Burke
One of the best things about having a young, crafty neice is you get to try all the ‘kids crafts’ that you would be weird having on your own, haha! One of the best things is stamping. Mia has a tin full of stamps - she’s a bit stamp mad. I love the rolling stamps the best, as she does (especially rolling them over your arms!) These rolling pin stamps are like the grown up version of that, and best of all you can do lovely modern designs! This would also be great for aspriing fabric designers don’t you think? A quick and easy way of covering a lot of space in a short time. And if you had some stamps that you liked, you could even glue them to the rolling pin! Clever and simple!
DIY Rubber Stamps | The Sweetest Occasion
Are moustaches a bit ‘old’ now? I don’t care, I think they’re awesome! That’s why this DIY caught my eye, also because I just love stamping. How quick and easy to add a bit of pizzaz to some paper for quick, unique wrapping paper?