1. String + Wooden Block - wrap a length of string around a wooden block and knot to secure in place. This idea which came from Print Workshop by Christine Schmidt, will create straight or uneven lines in whatever size you like
2. Pencil Eraser - these are readymade stamps! I previously shared this idea as part of a decorated notebook DIY but it works just as well on fabrics. Use to create uniform polka dots or a random layered pattern as shown above.
3. Basic Eraser - cut down a simple rectangle eraser and use to create a brick style print like this one or instead try making dashed lines
4. Carved Erasers - using a craft knife or lino cutting tool carve out a design. You can go simple, like this striped square design, or draw on a design before carving for a more complicated or intricate stamp
5. Bubble Wrap + Wooden Block - who doesn't love bubble wrap? Glue a scrap of bubble wrap to a wooden block to create a unique textured-looking stamp design. This one won't last too long but you can always peel the bubble wrap off of the block, grab another piece and keep stamping!
* I used these stamps with Dylon fabric paints
In my next quilt update post I'll be talking about the patchwork design I opted for...!