Use a cookie cutter and press into the flat side of a sliced apple or potato. You now have your very own fruit or veggie stamp. Use it to personalize wrapping paper or stationery.
You can use a sharp knife to to freehand the shape of your choice. I even saw an image recently of a rose-shaped stamp made from the bottom of a bok choy stem after use. Brilliant and thrifty!
Don’t buy another rubber stamp for your craft projects! Make a fruit and veggie stamp of your very own!
Photo courtesy of Home Made Simple.
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