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Make a Rose Stamp with Celery

17 July 2011 22,924 views 30 Comments

by rhonda

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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30 Comments »

  • Kris said:

    Try Okra too – you’ll be amazed!

  • Michelle L. said:

    Thanks for the post, I am ready to give all the veggies in my fridge a try now!

  • Maureen Cracknell said:

    Thanks so much for sharing this! Since, we have given a few other veggies a try — any bunch of leafy greens will work if you cut off the end similar to this celery, okra, and we even tried it with citrus, cutting out the fruit leaving the rind and ribs in place leaves a wonderful pinwheel design.

    Have fun! Thanks again!!!

  • Debbi said:

    I LOVE this! I will be storing it away for Mother’s Day for my preschool class. Thanks!

  • Rosemary R. said:

    I love this!! tfs I will definitely use this for a girly project.

  • Tamara said:

    This is gorgeous! Love it!

  • Amy E. said:

    What an awesome idea!!

    And congrats on the new show!!!!!!

  • Crhiga said:

    What a neat idea!! I would never have thought to use other veggies besides potatoes. TFS!!!

    Carol

  • SusanHnSC said:

    That’s genius!! I’ve seen carving potatoes/apples into stamps but the celery to make a rose is genius!!

  • Kathy Roscoe said:

    Wow, great idea and easy. I am going to give this a try.

  • PattiM said:

    wow, thats awesome

    Hugs,

    PattiM
    {Pattie’s passion}

    I Scrap So All Moments Are Remembered!

  • Jeannine Davis said:

    Loved the idea of the celery rose. As a kindergarten teacher, I have done lots of prints but never thought of celery.

  • Debbie said:

    Cool idea – I love anything w/roses!!

  • Kate said:

    That is such a clever idea!! I would never have thought to use the head of celery to stamp!!

  • Jenni said:

    I LOVE this idea and I never would have thought of it. Thanks so much for the inspiration.
    Hugs, Jenni

  • janice said:

    very fun and cool!!

  • Mic said:

    I’ve used potatoes before, bur that’s way too cool.

  • Notyet100 said:

    I m ur new follower,ur space is so cool

  • Chanine said:

    Beautiful idea!

  • Avril said:

    This looks like a totally cool idea!!

  • Sara said:

    That is so cool! I can’t wait to try it. Thanks for the great ideas- love the blog.

  • Valerie said:

    Never heard of this before. Looks so perfect!

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    Unbelievable. So gorgeous!!!! Love it n love how nature’s beauty has recurring themes…

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