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Rubber Stamped Wooden Heart Tag

Here's a unique tag for a Valentine's Day or wedding gift: use a rubber stamp design, decorative papers, and shiny metallic threads to embellish a purchased wooden heart. Forget about messy glitter to get the shine-just use iron-on thread! Make it even more personal by writing the couple's on the back (they can use it as a Christmas ornament too!) either with a permanent marker or by tracing letters with iron-on thread.

Rubber-Stamped Wooden Heart Tag


  • Wooden heart cut out, purchased from a craft store
  • White & blue craft paint
  • White & blue cardstock
  • Printed blue paper (We used Provo Craft Soft Watercolor 12x12 background paper in Stonewashed Denim 42-5220, and Polka Dot # 42-5258 by Kathy Distefano Griffiths)
  • Kreinik Iron On #16 Braid 6450 Royal Blue
  • Kreinik Iron-on #8 Braid 6400 Blue Bell
  • Blue stamp pad
  • Candle rubber stamp (Stampin? Up)
  • Mini iron or home iron
  • Kreinik Teflon press cloth
  • Double-sided red liner Treasure Tape 8" x 10" sheets
  • Scissors


  1. Turn your iron onto the highest heat setting and let it heat thoroughly.
  2. Paint the front of your wooden shape white, and paint the back blue. Let dry.
  3. Stamp the candle image onto white cardstock. Cut out.
  4. Use the iron-on threads to outline the rubber stamped image of the candle. Lay the thread at a starting place, cover with the Teflon Press Cloth, and press with a hot iron for several seconds until the thread adheres.
  5. Using your wooden shape as a guide, cut out a similar heart shape from the blue paper, only about 1/4" smaller than the wooden shape. Apply Treasure Tape to the back, and adhere the blue heart to the white side of the wooden heart.
  6. Cut another heart shape out of the polka dot paper, slightly smaller than the blue heart, and attach to the blue heart using the double-sided tape.
  7. Then adhere the cut-out embellished candle to the front of your card using scraps of tape.

Rubber Stamped Tag 1Rubber Stamped Tag 2

Rubber Stamped Tag 3Rubber Stamped Tag 4

Kreinik threads available through needlework stores or 

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