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  • Joanna Grant Mixed Media Art

    DIY stamps using plastic lids and foam stickers. How simple, great idea for kid crafts.

  • TMusica

    All you need are some recycled bottle tops and some adhesive foam stickers. Simply stick the foam stickers onto the bottle top. Grab some paper and an ink pad and have fun with your new stamps!

  • Cassi Rayner

    Homemade stamps from plastic lids and foam stickers - this is so smart!

  • Shelley Hewitt

    bottle caps + foam stickers = DIY stamps

  • Carrie B

    DIY stamps using plastic lids and foam stickers. {This was a super easy DIY project. I did it for a part of my wedding favors. The only thing I would suggest is to use a thick foam sticker or double them. I used a heart but it was very thin so when I stuck it in the ink pad the ink went around the sides. I just put another of the same foam stamp on top of it and it worked great! mhb²}

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