How to Stamp and Color on Wood
Did you know you can Stamp and Color on Wood? Well, I didn't until I tried it this week with some supplies I already had on hand and the results are AMAZING! Laura Kelly Clear Stamps from Therm-O-Web are so incredibly versatile, and with the right ink can be stamped on so many different surfaces.
How to Stamp on Wood with Therm-O-Web
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Here's what you need to make Stamped Wooden Gift Tags:
- Laura Kelly Clear Stamp Set, Me and My Peeps from Therm-O-Web
- Sprinkle Kindness Clear Stamp Set from Laura Kelly for Therm-O-Web
- Wood Slice Ornaments
- StazOn – Jet Black
- Clear Acrylic Stamp Blocks
- 1500 Colored Pencils from Tombow
Here's how to create Wood Slice Gift Tags for any Occasion:
To begin, the how-to Stamp and Color on Wood Gift Tags, gather all supplies. I love using the Sprinkle Kindness and the Me and My Peeps Clear Stamp Sets created by Laura Kelly for Therm-O-Web. They have a wide variety of images that are perfect for tons of craft projects, cards, tags, and more! I found these wood slice ornaments with the holes already drilled so they are ideal for gift tags, ornaments, or even napkin rings.
Select the clear stamp that you want to stamp, peel it off of the packaging, and place it on a clear acrylic stamp block. For the first tag, I am using the rainbow. Load the stamp with StazOn Ink in Jet Black, position it on the wood slice, and apply even pressure all over the stamp block. Lift the stamp away from the wood slice to reveal your stamped image. StazOn can be used on non-porous surfaces like acetate, acrylic, metal, leather, shrink plastic, cellophane, and other plastic surfaces.
For the second gift tag, stamp the cupcake in the center of the wood slice using the StazOn Ink. Position the confetti stamps in a circle around the stamp block, so that the cupcake fits in the center. Matching clear stamps with clear acrylic stamp blocks is important for positioning on the surface you are stamping on. Stamp the confetti onto the wood slice.
For the third wood slice gift tag, I positioned one of the girl peeps and her puppy along with a heart and balloon clear stamps on the stamp block. Then load the stamps with StazOn Ink and stamp them onto the wood slice gift tag. The StazOn ink doesn't bleed on the wood surface, so you get a clean stamped image every time! I love the clear stamps from Therm-O-Web because they are high quality, stamp crips clean images, and take a lot of wear and tear.
Next is the fun step – COLORING! I love the 1500 Colored Pencils from Tombow for coloring because the pencil tones are bright, vibrant, and come in 36 fabulous colors. You can also use crayons, markers, or even paint to create the wood slice gift tags, but I like the look of the colored pencils on the wood.
How to Stamp and Color on Wood with Therm-O-Web
Stamp or handwrite a message on the back of the tag and attach it to a present for an extra special birthday boy or girl. I am so excited about how this wood slice gift tag project turned out. The perfect kid's craft to do when the kiddos exclaim that they are bored. Create gift tags, ornaments, keychains, backpack charms, or even napkin rings. Check out Therm-O-Web online for even more ideas!
Lindsay made the most adorable Stamped Shrink Charm Bracelet with her entire happy family, including the dog. Hop over to the Artsy Fartsy Mama blog to get the entire tutorial featuring Laura Kelly Me and My Peeps Clear Stamps from Therm-O-Web.
Laura created the SWEETEST Stamped and Colored Tissue Paper Kindness Jars to hold her custom sprinkle mix. Her Sprinkle Kindness Stamp is perfect for those little jars. Head over to Laura's blog Me and My INKlings to see what she stamped the images on.
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