Rubber Band Stamps

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Rubber Band Stamps
Total Time 1 to 2 hours Ages school-age

Need a project for a rainy day? Try rubber band stamping! Use recycled items or wood shapes and blocks to create fun homemade stamps.

What you'll need

  • Rubber bands in various widths and sizes
  • Wooden shapes, jar lids, or a cardboard tube
  • Ink pads or craft paint
  • Tools: white craft glue or E6000, scissors

How to make it

  1. Choose your rubber bands and objects to use as a base. Wooden blocks or craft shapes, cardboard tubes, lids from recycled jars, and any other graspable item works great! Cut rubber bands into pieces. Use white craft glue to attach the rubber bands to the base shape. Allow the glue to dry completely. Trim off excess rubber bands.

  2. For flat shapes that are difficult to grasp, attach a marble or wooden bead to the back of the stamp as a handle. To use, simply press your stamp into an inkpad then press onto your paper. You can also use craft paints, but be sure to clean the stamps off when you’re done!

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