Rose Stamp Tutorial

Today I’m sharing a Rose Stamp Tutorial. In this tutorial, I’ll show how I made my own stamp and then used it to decorate a junk journal page. Making a stamp like this is easier than you think. If you can find a silhouette image that is easy to cut out of craft foam then you too can make a custom stamp for your projects.

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Begin by selecting an image that is bold and easy to cut apart. Apply the Best Glue Ever to the back in a very thin coat. I used my finger. Lay this aside to air dry for a few minutes.

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Cut cardboard squares to be slightly larger than the image. In my case, these were 4 inch squares and I used four layers to make it sturdy.

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Adhere the image to the craft foam and cut apart the image. Having a second copy of the image will help you keep things in order. When a piece is cut out, lay on top of the copy.

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Glue the pieces to the cardboard block. Tip – Start in the middle and work your way to the outside. On mine, I started on one side and ended up having to change the image because I ran out of room for the pieces.

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Apply acrylic paint with a foam brush to the stamp in an even coat. Stamp on the desired surface.

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The key is to have fun making your own stamp. This is a great way to do something custom that you won’t see in a store.

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I hope you enjoyed this Rose Stamp Tutorial and make stamps for yourself.

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My hope is that I have inspired you to look at those papers in your stash and make your own junk journal.

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