Have you ever tried a potato stamp? Talk about budget crafting at it’s finest . . . and there’s something fun about carving a natural material into a craft supply! You’ll be surprised at how intricate the designs can get – there are so many possibilities! I’ve found 12 fun prints that you can create with a potato stamp. The projects range from gift bags to wearables – and all are inspirational. Click through the slideshow to see my picks!
Fine Feathers 1 of 12This gorgeous blanket was made by cutting a sweet potato into a feather shape. It's easy and the results are beautiful!
Find the how-to at This Little Miggy
Bold Geometrics 2 of 12Make a bold statement using a triangle potato stamp and neon paint.
Learn how it's done at Knobz
Super Stars 3 of 12I love the simplicity of this star stamp, which was used to decorate a tee and sweatshirt.
Learn how it was done at llevo el invierno
Au Naturale 4 of 12Use goldenrod to dye your scarf before stamping a unique geometric image using your potato.
Get the instructions at The Vintage Ramble
You Can Fly 5 of 12Make the cutest little angel wings to print the back of a tee, vest or other wearable.
Get the how-to at Pysselbolaget
Simple Florals 6 of 12This simple floral pattern makes a perfect border decoration (like on the bottom of a skirt, as shown).
Find the tutorial at Sew Trashy
Cool Chevrons 7 of 12Use this chevron print to decorate all sorts of home decor items including pillows, drapes, napkins and more.
Find the how-to at White House Black Shutters
Skull Heads 8 of 12These cute skulls are perfect for Halloween - but you can punk up any project with them, including treat bags.
See how they were made at Martha Stewart
Cheery Balloons 9 of 12A circle potato stamp can be used for a variety of projects, a fun one being these balloon treat bags for a party.
Learn more about the project at Celebrations
Fun Fungi 10 of 12Share your toadstool love! This mushroom is fun to print in different colors.
Find the how-to Twig & Toadstool
Xs and Os 11 of 12This heart and x stamp set is great for Valentine's Day - but you can also use it to make a unique game of tic-tac-toe.
Get instructions at Pottery Barn Kids
Fish in the Sea 12 of 12Liven up gift wrap with a fun and easy fish and sea pattern made using two different stamps.
See how it was done at Bloesem Kids
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