Stamp, bamp, damp, ba, da, da, damp! Put 'em on your hand, put 'em on your face, no matter where you place a stamp, it makes you feel great! Kindergarden was such a magical place, it made me feel so special! My teacher used to give out gold star stamps when we were on our best behavior. I never actually got one, which is why I decided to do this post in the first place. Now I have stamps all over my face, my husband's face, my arms, his arms, my hands, his hands, and pretty much everything I could stamp with my new triangle eraser stamps. Now, as I sit her stamping everything I can, I have only to show you in a few simple steps the gold ink pass to glory! Enjoy!
Number 2 Pencils, Exacto Knife, Flour Sack Towels, Fabric Paint
How to Create Eraser Stamps:
- Use Exacto knife (or similar) to cut triangle shapes into your eraser
- Cut around the perimeter of the triangle to remove excess eraser
- Lay down cardboard and place your towel on top of it, use fabric paint to imprint triangles into your flour sack towels
I love a quick and easy project, something that personalizes your space and only takes a minute! I used the same towels when I took these photos from last month's post- aren't they so fun?
And don't forget this post-
When I showed you how to turn regular, old, pink erasers into arrow stamps and DIY your own fabric design!
Well- that's all there is from me this week.
Except for these goodies I posted in Instagram! Have you caught up with our travels? We left Washington and are making our way to FLORIDA!