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  • Shana Kamrava

    Homemade stamps for kids! Bottle tops + foam stickers = instant stamps!

  • Michelle Wilbanks

    bottle tops, glue on foam stickers. Instant stamps. I'm doing something similar to this... but I was going to write letters on the bottle caps so that students could arrange them into words... but stamps sound fun!

  • Brandy Parrack

    Make Your Own Bottle Top Stamps...simply save your plastic bottle caps, glue on foam stickers and voila, instant stamps!

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Click here to DIY all these stamps & a ton MORE for 1 DOLLAR!!! Use for stamping napkins, table cloths, T-shirts, cards, tags, art. Or make the stamp THE GIFT. Blog & Photos from MrsPollyRogers.com