Classic wood-mounted rubber stamps provide superior stamping and a luscious stamping experience. The rubber holds and transfers ink better than clear stamps. The foam mounting transfers pressure evenly so that the stamp image forms completely. A wooden handle is printed with a picture of the stamp (called an index.) The wooden art stamp experience is the best of the best.
“I love all the ideas that everyone is sharing for this stamp. I've never tried any of the flocking products, but I think that would adorable. One little pom-pom behind would be fun too. I can see using a true watercolor effect with these guys.”
I bought this last year for Easter and used it once.
“I was in such a creative funk, I couldn't see the possibilities in this image! Thanks to all of you reviewers, I think I will have a lot of fun this year! Has anybody tried flocking the ears and tail?”
“I've colored this one with white bunnies in pastel-colored pots and brown bunnies in clay pots - equally cute either way! Use a hole punch to make colored eggs and sprinkle them around in the grass for a really cute Easter card.”
“I have this stamp and will use it for Easter cards this year. What I love about it most is that you can use all or some of the bunnies to fit the size of your card. Or use the two kissing on the outside and the one on the end for the inside. Clear crisp impression that easy to color with chalk.”
“you can use the 2 bunnies: the one with just the ears poking up and one with the tail poking up and say hear no evil see no evil...just want eggs. these bunnies are very versatile. you can use them for easter, gardening, love, etc.”