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Maybe for a keychain

mini-macrame-wall-hanging - DIY | Parlor Diary

School of thought: Learn by doing. Always creating.

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Make your own simple DIY macrame necklace! A handcrafted project that makes for a wonderful personal statement or gift for a friend.

Give your sofa an instant upgrade with DIY stamped pillows. 1. Cut your desired shapes from sticky foam and place on a wood block. 2. Brush fabric paint onto stamp. 3. Press stamp down firmly onto pillow covers. 4. Let fabric paint air dry for 4 hours and you're finished!

Super Cool DIY Stamped Pillows: Cut your desired shapes from sticky foam and place on a wood block. Brush fabric paint onto stamp. Press stamp down firmly onto pillow covers. Let the fabric paint air dry for 4 hours and you're finished!

Knit Hand Carved Stamp For Acrylic Blocks by hugfishandorange

Knit Hand Carved Stamp by hugfishandorange. Good design to make my own stamp.

GEOMETRIC rubber stamp set. hand carved rubber stamp - handmade jornaling rubber stamp -set of 4 - no2 via Etsy

GEOMETRIC hand carved rubber stamp - handmade jornaling rubber stamp -set of

Memi The Rainbow: Handcarved Rubber Stamps I love this blog!

Memi The Rainbow: Handcarved Rubber Stamps (totally DIYable)

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Mer Mag: DIY Silly Face Stamps -- full instructions on the linked post for geometric stamps that they made earlier (hint: craft foam, blocks, glue)

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Diy Rubber Stamp Little Houses Wrapping Paper-Baile-Irish Word for Home-

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I like this idea for making a custom stamp. Cutting craft foam to a shape and gluing it on a block sounds a lot easier than carving a pattern in an eraser.(using this to paint a design on cohens wall!