We had a lot of fun messing around with lumps of plasticine and an old stamp pad, and I figured you’d probably like to see a load of examples of what went on, to give you lots of ideas. I’ve always been rather fond of rubber stamps and my kids love playing with rubber stamps too, but they are expensive, and so we only have a set of upper case and lower case alphabet ones from their great grandpa Norman and a couple of random cheap plastic ones. If you are like us and want a cheap and creative alternative to an expensive rubber stamp collection then this might be just right for you.
Go check it out! She has lots of examples of cool stamps that both she made, and that the kids made. I am so trying this with The Boy.
PS: I know, I know.. .I’ve been such a slacker lately. I’m pleading work–had a lot of web design efforts going on. (Need web design? Email me!) So, forgive me! I have an updated Henri the Hexapus tutorial coming up soon, and you know Halloween is right around the corner… So stay tuned! So if you don’t find me here, you can always follow me on Twitter, and of course, pop on over to Foodwhirl!