Hi friend! Did you know that you can make ink stamps for any occasion and holiday? I’m excited to show you how to make stamps with Cricut so let’s get started!
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How To Make Stamps with Cricut
Do you like adding stamps to your cards and crafts? It’s a fun way of adding special details to your projects. Creating custom stamps is super easy with the Cricut and works best with simple shapes. Let’s go over what you will need:
What you will need:
Craft Foam Sheets
Adhesive Roller and/or Xyron Sticker Maker
Strong Grip Mat
I used these Designs in Cricut Design Space
I created a quick video to show you how easy this project is to create with Cricut, check it out below…
Doesn’t that look easy? Let’s go over the steps:
Open your design in Cricut Design Space. Click Make it. Select Craft Foam from the materials list and change your blade to the deep point blade. I use more pressure, to make sure I get a clean cut. Change QTY to 4 of each image, you will be stacking them to create the stamp.
Load the craft foam to the strong grip mat and secure it with masking tape. Load it in your Cricut and Cut.
Remove the shapes. Using the Xyron Sticker Maker or Adhesive Roller, apply adhesive to the back of a shape and stack it on top of the other. Repeat until you have all 4 stacked. Repeat for all the designs.
Load vinyl on a mat and load it in your machine. Change your settings to vinyl and change the blade back to the fine point blade. Cut.
Apply the vinyl with transfer tape onto the back of a wood blank. I used some blank wood ornaments I had on hand.
Once stacked, adhere the shape to a wood blank. Press down to make sure it’s adhered securely.
Apply ink to your stamp and try it out!
Stamps aren’t only for paper crafting, I use them for fabric crafts too like these Nautical Napkins and Coasters I made several years ago for a Clam Bake Party with a DIY Stamp.
I hope you try this project out and if you do, tag me on social media @michellespartyplanit.com. I’d love to see what stamps you create!
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