Use Foam Shapes and Alphabet Blocks to Make Stamps

Alphabet blocks can be used to make rubber stamps from precut foam shapes. If you don't want to use the block that way you can cut new ones from scrap wood then glue or use 2 sided tape to attach the foam shapes on all sides of the wood block.

The foam shapes and the kids' alphabet blocks are available at the $1 store so you can make a lot of stampers at a very low cost! If you know a scrapbooker or tag artist this might be a fun way to be a part of their crafting world with the addition to their supplies this way. And if you're lucky, they might gift you with something they actually made using the tool you made and gave them.

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By melody_yesterday from Sedalia, MO

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September 10, 20120 found this helpful

What do you mean by "tag artist"? In this area (California) someone who is a "tag artist" is a vandal who draws ("tags") graffitti and/or gang symbols on other people's property - fences, buildings, railroad cars, etc.

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