Have you got some corks just sitting around? If you don't, you might be able to find a friend who'll give you some for this project.
adhesive cork sheet
blank labels (or blank paper or cardstock)
Watch the video below for an overview of how to make this project, then read the written instructions for more details.
Step 1: Print your harp stamp template.
Step 2: Cut it out & trace it onto your cork sheet.
Step 3: Cut the harp shape you just traced out of the cork.
Step 4: Remove the backing & stick the harp onto the the side of the cork that didn't get messed up by the corkscrew. Trim the harp if necessary to fit the cork.
Step 5: Use your new stamp to make a label for the top! Stamp onto a blank circle label or a piece of paper or cardstock. Trim any cork sticking out of the top (from the corkscrew) to make a flatter surface. Glue the label or paper (cut to size) to the top of the cork....or stick the label if it will stay!
After you stamp your harp stamp, you can add strings with a marker or pen if you like! You can use it for cards, lessons, or diy gift wrap!
What would you use this stamp on? Be sure to show me what you do on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, or in the comments below!
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