Welcome friends! Fall is upon us…what is fall like where you are? We have beautiful leaves and pumpkins everywhere we look here in northern Indiana. Leaves are some of my favorite things, and paper craft projects featuring leaves are just so much fun to create. I’ve been having a ton of fun playing with the Stampin Up Soft Seedlings stamp set, and today I want to share 20 different ideas with you for how to use this beautiful set. Let’s take a look!
Stampin Up Soft Seedlings Technique Ideas Video
Watch along here to see these techniques in action!
20 Techniques For Using Stampin Up Soft Seedlings
Let’s take a look at these techniques!
1. Stamp it!
2. Technique For Card Fronts
Stamp a cross onto a sheet of cardstock measuring 8″ x 10 1/2″ and cut into fourths to create pre-made card fronts.
3. Add Color To The Stamp With Blending Brushes
See photo below.
4. Add Color To The Stamp With Markers
5. Add Color To The Stamp With Daubers
6. Spritz The Stamp With Water
7. Hand Emboss
8. Use White Ink
See photo below for these techniques.
9. Color Over White Ink With Markers
10. Color Over White Ink With Blends Markers
11. Color Over White Ink With Watercolor Pencils
12. Dabbing with Pastels
Stamp with Versamark ink, then dab pastel shavings over the top. Learn more about this here.
13. Heat Emboss
I love heat embossing! Learn more about heat embossing here.
14. Joseph’s Coat Technique
Heat emboss with clear embossing powder, then blend ink to surround the stamped area. Then wipe off the leaf with a tissue.
15. Baby Wipe Technique
This technique is a favorite! Learn more about the baby wipe technique here.
16. Gilded Leafing
Gilded leafing adds a really neat element to projects. This one didn’t turn out the best, but it has potential. Learn more about gilded leafing here.
17. Stamp On Glimmer Or Foil Paper
Make sure to use StazOn ink!
Ink your stamp with a light color of ink, then ‘roll’ the edges of the stamp into a darker color of ink pad.
19. Stamp Over White Ink
Use a Stamparatus to stamp once or twice with white ink onto dark cardstock. Let dry. Stamp again in the same place with another color of ink.
20. Shadow Stamping
This is the same as above, but when you stamp the second time, move your cardstock slightly so the stamp is slightly offset from where it was the first time.
That’s it! There are so many neat things to try with this set. Order yours below and start having fun!
Thanks for visiting to see these gorgeous ideas with the Stampin Up Soft Seedlings set!