Stampin Up Peace To You & Holiday Catalog Ordering Is Open!

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Today is the day – ordering is open for the July-December Mini Catalog! Not only that, but Sale-a-bration is open and that means for any order you place over $50, you can choose a free item! See the new catalog and Sale-a-bration brochure here, or start shopping online here. One of the stamp sets in the new catalog really caught my eye, and today I want to show you 9 different ways to use this one stamp set. It’s called Stampin Up Peace To You, and it includes two unique images plus a few beautiful greetings. Let’s take a look at it.

9 Ways To Use One Stamp Video

Watch along here as I share tons of ideas for using the Peace To You stamp set!

Peace To You Stamp Set

Here you can see what comes included in this stamp set. I love the silhouette images of Mary, Joseph and Jesus, and also the one of the church. The greetings are nice as well.

Need more ideas for how to use your stamps? See 9 ways to use 1 stamp! Featuring the Stampin Up Peace To You stamp set.

One of my favorite songs is called Light of the World, so every time I see the ‘Light of the World’ stamp on the cover I can’t help but singing it to myself 🙂 If you’re curious about this song, it’s by a group called We The Kingdom, so you can look it up. I think it’s a Christmas song, but I’m really not sure!

Now let’s look at some ways to use this stamp set!

9 Ways To Use Stampin Up Peace To You

Here are 9 ways I played around with for using this set. I know there are more, because I keep thinking of others I should have included!

1. Stamp It

We’ll start simple – just stamp it like normal with one color of ink. Because it’s a solid stamp, I encourage you to use a Stamparatus so you can stamp multiple times if needed.

Need more ideas for how to use your stamps? See 9 ways to use 1 stamp! Featuring the Stampin Up Peace To You stamp set.

2. Stamp Over Designer Paper

This can give a much different look than stamping on plain cardstock. This is a piece of Pretty Prints paper and I stamped with Shaded Spruce Ink.

Need more ideas for how to use your stamps? See 9 ways to use 1 stamp! Featuring the Stampin Up Peace To You stamp set.

3. Multicolor Stamping

For this technique, use the Stamparatus to stamp several times with different colors of ink to create the gradient in color. You can see exactly how I did each of these techniques in the video.

Need more ideas for how to use your stamps? See 9 ways to use 1 stamp! Featuring the Stampin Up Peace To You stamp set.

4. Multicolor Stamping

This technique again uses the Stamparatus, but ink was applied to the stamp using sponge daubers.

Need more ideas for how to use your stamps? See 9 ways to use 1 stamp! Featuring the Stampin Up Peace To You stamp set.

5. Baby Wipe Technique

I describe this technique in detail here, but basically you use ink refills to add several colors of ink to a baby wipe, then use the baby wipe as your ink pad.

Need more ideas for how to use your stamps? See 9 ways to use 1 stamp! Featuring the Stampin Up Peace To You stamp set.

6. Emboss It

This is a simple option that gives a much different look from stamping just using ink. Learn about embossing here.

Need more ideas for how to use your stamps? See 9 ways to use 1 stamp! Featuring the Stampin Up Peace To You stamp set.

7. Emboss With Clear Embossing Powder Over White

What if you want the stamped image to be white with color around it? I did this by embossing with clear embossing powder over white paper, then used I blending brushes to blend ink over the top.

Need more ideas for how to use your stamps? See 9 ways to use 1 stamp! Featuring the Stampin Up Peace To You stamp set.

8. Emboss With White Over Designer Paper

This is another option for having the stamped image show up white instead of another color.

Need more ideas for how to use your stamps? See 9 ways to use 1 stamp! Featuring the Stampin Up Peace To You stamp set.

9. Joseph’s Coat Technique

For this technique, use designer paper or cardstock with multiple colors applied to it. Stamp and emboss with clear embossing powder, then blend over top with ink. This is similar to #7, but you’re starting with a pattern on the bottom that shows through after blending. I should have started with a lighter color of designer paper, but you can get the idea.

Need more ideas for how to use your stamps? See 9 ways to use 1 stamp! Featuring the Stampin Up Peace To You stamp set.

Imagine the possibilities with this Peace To You stamp set and also with your stamps! If you’re interested in adding this to your collection, use the links below to order.

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I hope you enjoyed seeing these ideas using the Stampin Up Peace To You stamp set!

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2 Replies to “Stampin Up Peace To You & Holiday Catalog Ordering Is Open!”

  1. Melissa Blanton

    Hi Anna, I’m a new follower who has some very old SU stamp sets, like around 30 years old. I have a couple nativity silhouette stamps that I will try some of these techniques on to change things up a bit. I’m just getting back into card making now but don’t get to purchase a lot of supplies as I’m on disability.
    I have a question though. Did you color code your cutter yourself for different card sizes and if so did you do a video about it? It looks like that would make cutting and scoring so much faster.
    Thanks

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