more craft-foam stamps

On Wednesday I had a blog post on making stamps using craft-foam.  And then I got a little carried away.

Peg dolls are perfect for turning into stamps.

And after making the doll-stamps, I took some of these drawer pulls, painted them up like toadstools...

And made some more stamps. Remember I said I got a little carried away?  Yeah.

Cute and fun? Yeah, that, too!


  1. Love, love, love these little stamp cherubs!!

  2. @>--------------- Beautuiful. I hope MrBloom senior is not going to get cross with me for encouraging you - what about a little heart on the front (or what ever the symbol is on the base) so the recipient (hopefully without grubby fingers) knows which is which. On thast note are you coating them to stop smearing of your lovelly little faces? Another idea, he will really like this one, is to do all 26 letters of the alphabet. I will let you work out the correct orientation, though this should be easy, cut the correct way, turn over to glue on an presto a correctly orientated letter, unless of course you are using adhesive foam. All you need to do is put a little letter on the front of the dolls. Line them up, learn your alphabet. Spell words! Then there are the numbers 0 to 9 as well. And the =, +, -, x and divide symbols. I'll leave it with you! OK ok OK I will leave it here and go back to my essay. : ) You can tell m y heart is really in it!


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