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  • Shelly Glomski

    Popular DIY Project and Ideas on Pinterest | Family Style

  • Baillie

    homemade stamp ideas - perfect for creative gift wrap

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    simple homemade #stamp ideas <3 #craft #diy

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    Approachable Art by Judi Hurwitt: stamp tutorial - homemade stamp ideas

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    Approachable Art by Judi Hurwitt: How- To: Making Your Own Stamps! Corrugated card,foam stickers on rollers used to create stamps

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A+! Excellent post on making your own stamps. Lots of materials and techniques clearly explained.

DIY :: stamp ideas & instructions -- from Judi Hurwitt at Approachable Art, here: approachable-art....

Stamping with styrofoam.

DIY Bunting Flag Stamp - Great way to put my pencils to good use (can also make other shapes)

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Approachable Art by Judi Hurwitt: How- To: Making Your Own Stamps! Continuous roller stamps...use fun foam and punches, punch out little shapes and line on roller or on a block for a mini print

Seriously easy! Would be easy to make any design, so doing this with my grandson.

These stamps are made from erasers, using a craft knife and ruler. If you stick to straight lines then carving is easy and you don’t need any specialist tools!! Perfect for decorating your own wrap, cards and fabric etc. Great also for your kids to play with.

adhesive foam sheets. You can just draw right on them with a ballpoint pen, and that leaves enough of a depression to make an instant stamp. Plus, the foam squishes in a really satisfying way as you draw. Quick, easy, inexpensive, endless possibility.

sweet, sweet DIY stamp.- easy!! You could even glue the stencil to the bottom of a cork to make it even more cost friendly :)