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Monday, July 13, 2009

Stamps!

Here's how I made stamps from liquid 3D paint.
It's real easy!
Save a lid from your water bottle, milk jug or soda liter.
Draw an image on the top of your lid with your marker, keep it simple.
With your 3D paint, trace your drawn image.
Allow to dry about 6 hours.
STAMP!
Bet you can't make just one!
Design your own greeting cards, mailing packages, wrapping paper, business cards and fabric!
Hey, let me know if you tried this technique!

18 comments:

Micki said...

Stamps are such fun,....I use them all the time!
Micki

Trisha said...

How fun and easy! I'm going to have to try this with the kids!

OsageBluffquilter said...

Does it have to bed red barn paint? LOL I am going to have to try this. I've been wanting to get a stamp with an anvil on it for the hubby. Thanks for the directions.

dotti white said...

Haven't tried it yet but will soon!

Hillary said...

HAHA! Puffy Paint! I think this is the first worthwhile project I've seen made from puff paint in a long time! Good for you finding a use for that stuff! You've got some great little projects coming along there!

jojoebi said...

great idea, thanks!

Martha said...

oh cool.... into my girl scout bookmarks, I'm sure they would love this.

Lenetta @ Nettacow said...

LOVE this idea! I linked to it on my weekly roundup (can be found here). Thanks!

rachel whetzel said...

What a GREAT idea!!

Mel M. M. McCarthy said...

Amazing! I love the batik look you get with this. TOO clever. TFS your brilliant ideas! :o)

Chrisi said...

I love this! What a wonderful idea.

Ms Dragonfly said...

thanks! what a great idea!

jacbeth said...

That's the most clever idea I've seen in ages....I have oodles of dimensional paint and some bottle caps. Here I go!....

Jenn said...

Since (believe it or not) didn't have a bottle cap, I created a smooth round flat piece of polymer clay, drew my design after baking and used the 3D paint and it worked!

Jeany said...

super great, thank you for sharing, freetz from Jeanys brunnen, from Germany

Cynthia Schelzig,,,,Cynnie said...

You know what this means don´t you?? FInally ....a use for all that puffy paint!!! yipeeee...thanks...my supply drawer will be that much lighter!

Amy said...

This is crazy easy & cute! I can't wait to try it! Thanks for sharing!

applesandabcs said...

I have never thought of this!!!

Michelle

Apples and ABC's