Fabric Stamps: A Tutorial
How To Make Fabric Stamps
Fabric stamps are so fun and adorable. They are the first thing I make when I reach into my scrap bin. Fabric stamps are iron-on "stamps" that you can add to clothing, pouches, tote bags, quilt labels and more.
How to make fabric stamps:
- Fabric scraps
- Pellon 805 Wonder Under
- White fabric
- Small ruler and rotary cutter
- Wax Paper
- Pinking Shears
Start with finding those cute little fussy cuts and cut them out with a small ruler
Next, iron them onto a piece of non woven paper backed interfacing. I like to use Pellon 805 Wonder-Under. Make sure not to place your iron directly onto the interfacing, the glue will stick to your iron and make a mess. This is where the wax paper comes in handy. Use the wax paper as a buffer between your iron and the interfacing.
Cut out your fussy cuts. They will now have a peel off paper backing attached. Peel off the paper backing and iron each piece to white fabric. Make sure to space them about ½" apart. Once you have all your scraps placed, iron a second piece of Wonder Under to the back.
Just one more step! Cut them out with pinking shears.