We’re back with part 3 of our 50 Uses for Rubber Stamps series. Part 3 is continuing on the subject of holiday season which is now in full swing! There are so many uses for your new rubber stamp this year. You might even use it to start a new holiday tradition. Here are some more great ideas to help you narrow down what kind of stamp you need.
12. Customize Coasters (wood or chipboard)
Tired of your boring old wood or chipboard coasters? Rather than spending money on new ones, refresh the ones you already have with your new custom holiday stamp! Just make sure put some sort of waterproof sealant over it to ensure the ink doesn’t bleed.
13. Decorate an Apron for the Chef
Does your family get together over a giant home cooked feast over the holidays? Someone has to cook all that food. Give the chef a little love this year by decorating a holiday apron for them to wear. Get the kids together and make it a family activity. Let them surprise their favorite chef!
14. Decorate Paper or Cloth Napkins
Sick of seeing the same old cloth napkins year after year? Don’t want to have the same generic paper napkins as everyone else? Decorate your napkins with some holiday cheer! Use your custom rubber stamp to make a border, stamp a pattern, or just go crazy stamping everywhere. Get the kids involved and make it a family activity, maybe even a new holiday tradition!
15. Spice Up Paper Plates and Cups
Tired of washing all those holiday dishes? Don’t want to use the same old paper plates and cups that everyone else is using? Spice up your disposable dishware with a custom holiday rubber stamp. Make them match your new napkins and coasters or make each one a unique design. The power is in your hands.
16. Add Some Style to a Tablecloth
What about a new tablecloth to match your dishware, napkins, and coasters? Impress your family and friends with a homemade matching set this year courtesy of your custom holiday rubber stamp. Make it a new holiday tradition.
17. Spice Up an Old Tradition by Decorating Desserts With Stamp Impressions
What holiday feast is complete without dessert? Cookies and sweets are an important tradition in most holidays. Decorate your cookies this year by stamping impressions with a clean and sterilized rubber stamp. Try making fun impressions in cookie dough and icing.
Safety disclaimer: You should never use a stamp that has–or has had in the past–ink in it. You should also never attempt to use any type of food coloring in place of ink in self-inking or pre-inked stamps. Only use brand new stamps without ink that have been cleaned and sterilized.
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We're back with part 3 of our 50 Uses for Rubber Stamps series. Part 3 is continuing on the subject of holiday season wh...