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March 02, 2010

Make your own stamps

These two DIY stamp projects look like fun. Left: Cathe Holden's pennant rubber stamp roller. Right: button stamps made from spools by Maximum Rabbit Designs, via Craft.

27 comments:

That's Not My Age said...

Very cute - I'm going to customize my mail from now on!

Leptir said...

cool :-)

Kelley said...

oh! those are adorable. thank you so much for sharing.

Steph said...

Great Ideas- maybe i will use wine corks to make stamps?? thanks for sharing
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Jennifer said...

That is so neat! Thanks for sharing.

happeningsofmylife said...

Yes! I love the button stamp. Thanks!

x vInTaGe VioLeT x said...

ooh thanks for sharing my button stamp - love the bunting roller too!

Blueberry Park said...

I love these! Thanks for sharing ;-)

Michael - Innkeeper said...

omg. too freakin' cute! love it. doing it.

Tiff said...

I love these ideas! What cute ways to dress up packages!

Tegan and Tage said...

And here I was using potatoes all this time.

Amy said...

HEY! I have buttons, ink, and should have an emprty spool soon! I see some button stamping in my future!

Grandma G said...

I have lots of spools! :)

April said...

These are great! Thanks for sharing!

hi-d said...

So cool! I may have to borrow this idea for a craft project with 1st graders...thank you!

Lisa said...

You have a great eye for clever projects! Thanks for these links.

Sara&Eva said...

Thank you..This is my debility..STAMPS! hahaha

Lori said...

That is so cool! Thanks for sharing it.

Meekiyu said...

omgoodness those are awesome!

Cathe Holden said...

Thanks so much for sharing my pennant rubber stamp roller project! I'm in such fantastic company with that darling button stamp! Too cute.

Katie said...

This is random and doesn't pertain to your post (cool tutorials though!):

Have you seen this program: http://iographica.com/ ?

It's pretty neat! I saw a post about it on http://www.doorsixteen.com/

NATALIA said...

It's a cool thing! I love it.
I will continue visit your site.
Greetings from Spain.

Another Side Of Me said...

hi, i'm from indonesia, love your blog verymuch, very inspiring. i just found your blog yesterday and now i already finish reading all the article, keep writing ,,,,,,,,,

Wendy said...

I've done some bookplate stamps. I've found that adults love them as much as kids.

Just Jenn said...

So cool... I love the buttons!! ;)You are clever... I like clever!!
new follower!
Just Jenn~

Kathleen said...

Very fun! I think the grandkids will really like making some of these =)

PUK said...

Thank you so much for sharing. I made a card inspired by the pennant rubber stamp:
http://thepukproject.blogspot.com/2010/03/diy-festligt-fdselsdagskort.html

Easter greetings
Puk

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