For the first project you need:
When I was young I had a collection of rubber stamps. The only thing I ever used them for was making cards. However, with the I Love to Create products, I use stamps in so many different ways. I carved this feather stamp and used it on a couple of projects here to show you how you can make use of any stamp you might have.
– a plain tote
– any stamp
The sponge pouncer is a great way to get the paint evenly onto the stamp.
I simply stamped the feather onto the tote repeated the process again and again. Your stamp won't be perfect and each feather won't be identical, but that's the beauty of it. I love how it looks handmade.
For the next project you need:
I pounced the stamp pad onto the stamp several times until I could see that the stamp was well covered.
Then I stamped it. The stamp pads give you less-saturated color, which I really liked on the tee. If you want something to look darker, I would recommend the paint and if you like a more hand-stamped look the stamp pads are great.
I love how this one looks with a little cardigan.
So don't limit your stamps to paper. Grab some fabric paint and find something that needs a little decoration.