21 Cool Stamp Projects

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To be honest, if you would have mentioned stamping projects about a year ago to me it would have conjured up the image of a cheesy craft project I whipped up in Girl Scouts. But my eyes have been opened as I’ve come across creative and fun tutorials on the internet and now I have a drawer dedicated to stamps and ink. Yes, stamping is cool again. See what I mean with these 21 projects after the jump.

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  • Stamped Ribbon 1 of 21
    Stamped Ribbon
    Customize ribbon with cute stamped patterns.
    Click here for the tutorial from Creature Comforts
  • Celery Stamp 2 of 21
    Celery Stamp
    Think outside the rubber stamp and look in your fridge.
    Click here for the tutorial from Geninne's Art Blog
  • Shapes Business Card 3 of 21
    Shapes Business Card
    Danni always knows how to make her business card stand out. This one is customized with a very simple stamp.
    Click here for the tutorial from Oh Hello Friend
  • Clothing Labels 4 of 21
    Clothing Labels
    To be honest, I would probably never take the time to do this but it's really cute.
    Click here for the tutorial from Sew Mama Sew
  • Stamped Fabric Wrap 5 of 21
    Stamped Fabric Wrap
    This fabric was stamped for gift wrap but I want it for a baby blanket.
    Click here for the tutorial on Unruly Things
  • Cookie Stamps 6 of 21
    Cookie Stamps
    Just make sure your stamp is clean before you try this one.
    Click here for the tutorial from Country Living
  • Garden Markers 7 of 21
    Garden Markers
    This is a perfect DIY for your spring planting.
    Click here for the tutorial from Wit and Whistle
  • Face Painting 8 of 21
    Face Painting
    I've attempted face painting and the results weren't pretty. Next time I'm using this rubber stamp trick.
    Click here for the tutorial from One Charming Party
  • Stamp Set 9 of 21
    Stamp Set
    These are made from leather scraps. Smart!
    Click here for the tutorial from ISLY
  • Stamped Curtains 10 of 21
    Stamped Curtains
    I'm having a hard time finding he exact right patterned curtains. Maybe this is the solution?
    Click here for the tutorial from Lowes
  • Cork Stamps 11 of 21
    Cork Stamps
    I love the cute fruit made with a simple cork.
    Click here for the tutorial from Martha Stewart
  • Letter Stamps 12 of 21
    Letter Stamps
    It would be fun to try out different fonts with this one.
    Click here for the tutorial from Michele Made Me
  • Envelope Liners 13 of 21
    Envelope Liners
    Create a little surprise for whoever you're sending the envelope to.
    Click here for the tutorial on Oh Happy Day
  • Calling Cards 14 of 21
    Calling Cards
    The good thing about making calling cards with a stamp is that when you need some more, you just make them yourself.
    Click here for the tutorial from Oh So Beautiful Paper
  • Pencil Eraser Stamps 15 of 21
    Pencil Eraser Stamps
    These cute tags are customized with a handmade stamp made from a pencil eraser.
    Click here for the tutorial from Creature Comforts
  • Roller Stamp 16 of 21
    Roller Stamp
    Using inexpensive materials from a hardware store, you can make your own cute rolling stamp.
    Click here for the tutorial from Just Something I Made
  • Party Cups 17 of 21
    Party Cups
    A cute way to make plain white cups a little more special.
    Click here for the tutorial on Oh Happy Day
  • Favor Bags 18 of 21
    Favor Bags
    Stamps are the easiest way to customize simple bags for party favors.
    Click here to view the wedding on Ruffled
  • Stamped Tea Towels 19 of 21
    Stamped Tea Towels
    Take inexpensive white kitchen towels and make them your own.
    Click here for the tutorial from Indie Fixx
  • Tag Stamps 20 of 21
    Tag Stamps
    I'm in constant need of tags. Making a stamp assures that I always have one on hand.
    Click here for the tutorial from Creature Comforts
  • Pony Print Dress 21 of 21
    Pony Print Dress
    I would have never thought to stamp a dress but Elsie makes it look cool and easy.
    Click here for the tutorial from A Beautiful Mess

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