Monday, March 1, 2010

Traffic Cone Stamp


I used a very very thin thin thin piece of fun foam (I mentioned it was thin didn't I?) to cut the two parts of this traffic cone stamp. This is the super inexpensive fun foam sold in a pack with cardboard in the middle to make keep the stack from going limp in the wrapping. It's barely thicker than the Cricut Stamp sheet and much less dense.

I used the Deep Cut Blade (set at 6), a very new mat to cut the base and layer of the traffic cone in the Disney/Pixar Cars cart. The beauty is with the Mount-It glue you can make stamps that will work with the clear acrylic blocks and store on page protectors, in cd cases, on zip lock bags, etc.
"It's not a party until somone puts a traffic cone on his head" sentiment from Club Scrap Jubilee. The Giant Clam and "party" are from Club Scrap Castaway.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Love the traffic cone!

racinggrandma61 said...

adorable

Pam aka TheBugBytes said...

lovely use. What a great idea to use the foam as a stamp.
I have an award n my blog for you sweetie.
Hugs

Audrey Frelx said...

Your traffic cone is great! Love it!!! And I simply adore the card too!

I'll be seeing you!

Anonymous said...

Very clever - love the party hat!!!

Ohhh Snap said...

Thank you for the Award Pam! I'm still trying to figure out how to collect it, but know that I feel so honored to be awarded it. : )

PenLight said...

You do!!! You do!!! have a lot of puns on your blog. Don't you SEA how happy it makes me? I loved the Traffic Cone card on the message boards and I'm glad I came here to see that someone else enjoys a sense of humor! I like the prissy pretty cards as much as the next girl, but I find that I have to send to a lot of men and kids too and these pun cards fit the bill for that. Thanks for writing me and sharing my laughter!