28 unique uses for Stamps

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If you are a parent you are always looking for fun ways to entertain your kids.  Well stamps are an easy and low mess way to try something new with kids crafts!  You can use all kinds of stamps, notary stampsaddress stamps and even custom rubber stamps are great options for crafts of all kinds!

Here are a few great ways to use stamps with (or without)  your kids!

  1. Make valentines with heart stamps and construction paper
  2. Use stamps to decorate craft paper wrapped gifts
  3. Use address stamps with your childs name so they can “sign” it before they are able to write
  4. Decorate wooden boxes, jewelry boxes and dressers
  5. Decorate and personalize picture frames
  6. Make your own greeting cards
  7. Stamp messages or cute pictures on your kids brown paper lunch sacks
  8. Make your own gift tags
  9. Stamp book-plates so you never lose a book
  10. Stamp on walls, faster and cheaper than stencils
  11. Make your own stickers with stamps and address labels
  12. Use bleach on a stamp to bleach an image or name on paper or t-shirts
  13. Use washable ink and stamps to make kid tattoos
  14.  Scrap Booking
  15. Stamp onto boring lampshades
  16. Create a custom notepad
  17. Make table setting cards
  18. Stamp onto boiled eggs for cute Easter eggs
  19. Coordinate your own party supplies! Stamp onto cups, napkins and more
  20. Add cute stamped notecards to kids lunches
  21. Use a stamp to make an inexpensive and easy border on a wall
  22. Make your own flash cards or memory game
  23. Stamp onto ribbon for custom looking gift wrap
  24. Stamp your own wedding invites
  25. Stamp on balloons
  26. Use a stamp to denote special dates on the calendar
  27. Stamp kids names inside their shoes or clothes to keep them organized
  28. Use stamps to create your own coloring books

Those are just a few ideas!  What would you do with stamps?

 

 

 

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Comments

  1. I love the idea of using stamps on ribbon – I’d never thought of that before, but I could do some really fun things with that! Thanks for the tips :)
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  2. Great ideas! I love creating things with stamps.

  3. I love all these amazing ideas. I have a ton of stamps from when I was little and I collected them.
    Tiffany Cruz recently posted..Sweet & Sexy Valentine’s Day Giveaway from The BROOKIE COOKIE & EdenFantasysMy Profile

  4. I love these ideas! I may have to steal a few for a cub scouts project coming up. I’m supposed to lead the den in an activity, and I’m completely lost as to what to do. I know scrapbooking is on the list of things we can pick from, and stamps are easier than cutting out tons of stuff.
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  5. Wow, that is an impressive list of what to do with stamps. I never thought of how useful they could be. My kids love to play with stamps and ink pads, but I have never tried using them to make something creative myself. Thanks for the ideas!
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