HGTV Crafternoon: How To Make A Custom Rubber Stamp

My daughter Lulu just turned five, and since you don’t turn five every day I decided to throw a blowout. However, it was my birthday too (y’all know we have the same birthday, right?), so I didn’t want to create a ton of extra work for myself. So I did two things: first I made a bunch of custom birthday candles to decorate a plain white sheet cake. Then, I made a custom rubber stamp that I could use on everything from invitations to party decorations. Watch the video to see just how easy it was to make!

Here’s everything you’ll need:

  • Speedy Cut Block (or you can use an eraser to make a small stamp!)
  • Stamp Pad
  • Linoleum Carving Set
  • Hot Glue
  • Wood Block
  • Scissors
  • Washi or Paper Tape
  • Plain White Paper
  • Pencil

Armed with my horseshoe stamp and a stack of brown card stock, I was able to make all kinds of party signage and inexpensive invitations in just a couple of hours.

How To Make A Custom Rubber Stamp

I had the best of both worlds, cute party decorations and very little stress. I think she had fun, don’t you?
Pony Party DIY Rubber Stamp Decorations

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