Since today is holiday in Thailand, I move my Craftspace Weekend this week to Wednesday and I’m going to share how to make a temporary stamp that you can make it fast.
One of reasons I love stamp is that you can make it easily myself from what you already have. Last time I share you how to use craft foam to make stamp. Today I will show you how I use my wood veneer to make a stamp. However this stamp work well for temporary when you want nice pattern and shape quickly but don’t have enough supplies.
Let’s start with supplies you need:
- Ink pad. For now I only have black Stazon.
- Stamp block. Mine is from La boom, a local scrapbook shop
- Washi tape
- Wood veneer
Choose wood veneer you like. Then make small loops of tape with adhesive facing out and stick masking tape loops on the back of wood veneer.
Attach it to stamp block and you will get a temporary stamp. If you want it to be more permanent you can attach it to cork like I did with the craft foam stamp.