Are you sick of my spring-themed posts yet? No? Ok, good, because I am just having way too much fun with these. A couple weeks ago, I shared a swaddle blanket I put together using my very own DIY stamps. I had so much fun making that blanket! I was amazed at how easy it was to create rubber stamps from scratch, and I just couldn’t resist the temptation to do it again. So, for your spring crafting pleasure, I present these lovely DIY flower stamps!
Aren’t these just the cutest! So simple, but such a great way to add a spring touch to, well, anything! Add a flower or two to a gift tag, card, wrapping paper, or even fabric. The possibilities really are endless with stamps. And I still think it’s incredible that I can make these with my Cricut.
What You Need
For the stamp:
- Plumber’s Rubber (1/16 in)
- Craft Foam
- My Templates
- A Cutting Machine
- A Deep-Cut Blade/Housing (for cutting machine)
- Hot Glue
- Wood or Chipboard (for mounting your stamp)
- A Nail File or Sandpaper
To make the stamps, simply follow steps 1-3 in my hot air balloon stamp tutorial.
I’ve really liked using little pieces of birch wood to mount my stamps, but you can use bigger pieces of wood or chipboard and make these flower stamps in whatever size suites your fancy.
It feels like I’m always needing to write a quick note or card. These cute little flowers stamps make it easy to whip something up really fast, but still include a nice DIY touch. And, if you have a crafty friend or family member, these stamps, along with some nice paper, could even make a super special gift!
Enjoy the flower templates! What will you do with your very own DIY flower stamps?
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