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Make Oversized Alphabet Stamps

13 April 2012 2,021 views 2 Comments

by rhonda

Fun, educational playthings don't have to cost a lot of money.  For instance, Rena from The Cheese Theif came across some large foam letters at Dollar Tree and, using only a little bit of glue and some packaging foam saved from a fate in the landfill, turned them into a set of rubber stamps for her little one.  They provided hours of entertainment!  It's a great way to learn about the alphabet and writing for children who have yet to master using pencil, crayons, or markers.  [how to make oversized alphabet stamps]

Project estimate:

  • Foam letters, $1
  • Foam, on hand
  • Glue, on hand

Total:  $1

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2 Comments »

  • Vanessa said:

    LOVE this idea so much I’m going to try it this weekend. My tiny alphabet stamps are too small for my kids’ little hands, so I think these will be just right.

  • Lindsey Whitney said:

    Fun idea! Thanks for sharing! We are trying to introduce the alphabet right now at our house and I know these stamps will be a hit!