Other Uses for Rubber Stamps:
Rubber stamps are an extremely versatile tool that
can be used for all sorts of creative projects!
Here are some examples:
- Greeting Cards:
Make your own greeting cards – only your imagination is the limit!
Wrapping Paper: Decorate your own wrapping
paper – whether for a birthday or Christmas or other event.
What better way to finish off a
thoughtful gift and make it truly unique?
- Gift Tags: Finish
off that special gift by crafting and attaching your own gift tags.
- Invitations: Take
a unique and personal approach and make your own party invitations.
- Party Favors:
Prepare for a party and make matching party sets including hats, cups and
- Save the Date
Cards: Get prepared early and make save the date cards for parties,
weddings, christenings or other special events.
- Place Settings:
Make name / place settings for a table ahead of a special occasion.
Whether you use fabric, card or even salt dough; make your own birthday or
(Easter, July 4, Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's Day, etc.)
- Thank You Cards:
Send handmade thank you cards. This is also a great craft for children
after a birthday or Christmas
- Teachers: Take a
load off your shoulders and use them as a marking tool.
- Stationery: Save
money and stamp your brand name on stationery such as letter heads and
envelopes that you are sending out.
- Scrap Books: Make
your scrapbook look extra special by decorating both the exterior of the
book and also the inside pages.
- Decoupage: Take
decoupage one step further with attractive stamping designs.
- Stamp in Clay:
Make vases, decorative plates, mugs or even jewelry.
- Merchandise Bags:
Get your company branding out there and save on marketing costs. Stamp your
own paper bags or cloth tote bags. (Don’t pay for expensive pre-printed
- Wall Art: Create
your own wall art – as big or as bold as you like!
- Fabric: Decorate
any variety of textiles from cushions to tea towels to clothes with special
- Cookies: Decorate
cookies and other baked goods (with a clean stamp of course).
- Labels for
Possessions: Mark your food and other possessions in shared properties with
housemates or in university dorms.
- Name Labels: Make
name labels for your children’s clothes / uniforms to limit them getting
lost or picked up by other children.
- Chore Charts:
Create a chore chart for your family & allocate chores with a different
design allocated to each family member.
(Revised from a post on 9th November 2016 by Stamps Direct)