Kindall Krafts, which is owned by husband and wife duo Levi and Deidre Kindall, offers a vast selection of felt flowers, felt die cuts, paper die cuts, felt bow ties and many more! Yes it's a lot ... and they have over 100 colors to choose from.
So here is my DIY project using their die-cut paper feathers:
It is a very easy project. Sorry I didn't do a step by step photo, I got carried away ha ... But you may not need them anyway as it is very easy.
Kindall Krafts die-cut paper feathers
Floral foam brick
Paint, any colour will do. I used white for nice contrast.
Knife to cut the floral foam brick (I actually used my medium sized kitchen knife)
This was the first time I used a floral foam to make stamp .. in fact my first time making stamps at all :)
And I LOVED it! The foam was super easy to cut. You can basically do any shape you want.
I found that I could cut easier using a kitchen knife than my cutter or acto knife, as it had a longer blade.
As you can see on the picture above, I cut up a triangular and a rectangular shapes.
So once you cut the foam, simply dab on the paint and start stamping on the paper feathers... and you're DONE!
I used mine as gift tags, perfect with a string of jute twine for rustic finish.
You can also combine it with a plain painted paper feather, like this one below:
Have you made stamps before? What material did you use?
I hope you enjoy this. I'll come back with another DIY idea using Kindall Krafts die-cut paper feather soon