Remember when we were kids and we loved creating with stamps? It’s time to bring back those days! Maybe you already have kids of your own and you want to create together with them or you simply want to get in touch with your childlike side by having a stamping party. Making your own DIY stamps is the right place to start!
1. Eraser Stamps
One of the easiest ways to make stamps is by carving them out of erasers. The process is super simple, thanks to erasers beings soft and accessible in every single store! We love it when the most ordinary items can help us create something extraordinary – visit Lovely Indeed for the details!
2. Wooden Stamps
Creating with natural materials is a great option for kids and if you’re getting ready to spend a rainy afternoon indoors with your little ones, Brit + Co has a great tutorial for wooden stamps that are super multi functional and can even help you refashion some of your decorative pieces, such as throw pillows!
3. Pastel Stamps
If you’re going to be creating your own collection of DIY stamps, you’ll definitely be wanting to make them in different colors and sizes! This is going to bring so much variety into your crafting life, so head over to BuzzFeed and snatch the instructions!
4. Wine Cork Stamps
Wine corks always come in handy when you’re looking for craft materials in your home, possibly last-minute. Check in with Leaf & Letter to learn how you can utilize wine corks to make interesting stamps that are going to keep your kids busy for hours!
5. Plexiglass Stamps
Having many options is very important when it comes to expressing your creativity. We learned at Make that plexiglass offers a wonderful and unexpected option for DIY stamps, giving you plenty of freedom to make big stamps and pursue any motive that your heart desires!
6. Foam Stamps
When you’re creating together with your kids you need to carefully choose the right projects. They should be simple enough not to discourage them and challenging enough to keep them interested. Mission impossible? Not if you learn from Curly Made!
7. Bottle Cap Stamps
Upcycling is at the front and center of the DIY community. Most of us already have our homes cluttered with way too many items and we are also aware of how much waste humans produce every year. Craft A Doodle Doo will help you live a greener life by teaching you how to turn bottle caps into stamps!
8. Cardboard Stamps
Sometimes we simply don’t have the time to drive to the crafting store and get creative materials, so we have to do with what we have at home. Cardboard is usually always at hand and thanks to Artful Parent you now know how to turn it into diverse DIY stamps!
9. Roller Stamp
Creating with Handmade Charlotte‘s roller stamp is absolutely addictive, so prepare to have all the paper you can find covered in this stamp, not to mention other surfaces in your home as well, if you happen to have little kids. Once they start rolling this fun stamp, they won’t be able to stop!
10. Toilet Roll Stamps
Rust & Sunshine is featuring what is perhaps the simplest and quickest DIY stamp – the toilet roll stamp! You can create this stamp in just a few seconds, which is going to prove itself to be a life-saving thing sometime down the line when you want a few minutes to yourself and the kiddos are feeling bored!
11. Seashell Stamps
Coastal decor is one of the most beautiful decorations in the world, so it’s completely understandable that you’re searching for some stamps that carry the motives that remind you of the beach life! The Kim Six Fix‘s seashell stamps will not disappoint you!
12. Potato Stamps
Sometimes the best crafting ideas include materials that are totally unconventional – such as potatoes! When you’re shopping at the grocery store you’re definitely not thinking of potatoes as your next creative project and yet, This Little Miggy Stayed Home might challenge that belief!
13. Lettuce Stamps
Speaking of food as a creativity tool, did you know that lettuce can make a wonderful DIY stamp? The genius Martha Stewart sure did! All you have to do is cut off the stem of a big radicchio head and press it into a stamp pad of a desired color! The end result honestly feels like a pure magic!
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