DIY: Sponge Stamps

It’s so close, friends! Are you ready for Christmas? Today we’re sharing the last of our Christmas prep ideas {check out our round-up at the bottom of this post} to help you get in the festive spirit. Wrapping up gifts with delightful accoutrements is so simple if you just think creatively. Last year we shared a sweet Valentine’s Day tutorial for stamped tea towels made from a sponge stamp {Aleah’s mom inspired this project years and years ago}. Today we’re sharing a sweet spin on that idea: sponge stamped trees made at the studio crafting party a few weeks ago. It’s so simple you can whip this project up in a snap.

youllneeda dry sponge || scissors || paint || plain paper


cut your dry sponge out in the shape of a little tree like below || get the sponge damp || dip into your paint || stamp away!


Isn’t this paper darling? It was made by one of A’s mom’s craft party attendees….super cute!


Photos and DIY: Valley & Co.

Here are some of our favorite Christmas prep projects from le blog along with links:

how to make woodland creature-topped Mason jars with a dusting of snow

Make a canning jar topped with a woodland creature and fill with treats how to print recipes on tea towels

It’s not too late to create something thoughtful like our heirloom recipe tea towels 

gift tag DIY with foraged finds from Mother Nature

Whip up gift tags that look so artsy with elements from Mother Nature

All photos and projects from Valley & Co.

Happiest holidays to you all! Thank you for making what we do especially fun and rewarding. How are you spending the holidays? Will you be traveling over the river and through the woods, crafting, or entertaining?

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