Make a Rose Stamp with Celery

Make a Rose Stamp with Celery:

I'm sure you've seen potato prints before, but how about celery prints? That's right, celery! I'm absolutely amazed at how the cut-off ends of a bunch of celery, a part which would normally be destined for the garbage can or compost pile, looks strikingly like a rose when used like a rubber stamp. Maureen of Maureen Cracknell Handmade used her celery stamp to make beautiful Valentine cards; this would also be a cute and easy way to make hand-stamped wrapping paper, and could have many uses in DIY wedding projects. [how to stamp a rose using celery]

Project estimate:
  • Celery, on hand or $1 and up
  • Ink pad or paint, on hand
Total: Free and up

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