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Project

Shamrock Stirrers

Introduction

Rinse the pink ink from a heart-shaped rubber stamp, and use it (and a green ink pad) to add shamrocks to napkins, coasters, and more. To make a swizzle stick, stamp a clover pattern onto card stock, and draw a stem with a colored pencil; repeat. Cut out with a 1-inch circle craft punch. Glue circles together, back sides facing, onto a skewer.

Steps

  1. Step 1

Source
Martha Stewart Living, March 2008

Reviews (10)

  • mcaguayo77 16 Mar, 2010

    Its a very interesting and beautiful idea. Thanks!!!

  • jlfb 17 Mar, 2009

    Love it! Great to see Martha choice in ink pads too!

    www.stampingatthewhitehouse.com

  • Anna_Marie 17 Mar, 2009

    Very creative! Thanks for the idea!

  • aingael_mama 24 Apr, 2008

    I was thinking of using this with a Canada day theme for our family trip this summer.

  • corey74 28 Mar, 2008

    I just stamped butterflies and put them on skeweres for the goodies to dip in the chocolate fountain at my nieces bday

  • CraftTestDummies 17 Mar, 2008

    Instead of a long skewer, glue them onto toothpicks to make the cutest and easies cupcake decorations ever!

  • queenvannacreations 16 Mar, 2008

    very cute idea - could do one more heart to make a circle of hearts - a daisy for springtime! =)

  • slcbaker 16 Mar, 2008

    what a great idea...it was easy..very fast...and the heart stamp!!! I would have never thought of that.....this really is a keeper....
    cmv

  • Quanah 16 Mar, 2008

    I love this idea! It is both easy and attractive1

  • Quanah 16 Mar, 2008

    I love this idea! It is both easy and attractive1