Stamping Tutorial and Templates - Free Planner Printable

Hi everyone. Welcome back for another Free Planner Sticker Printable. 

This week I am doing a couple of templates to use your planner stamps with. It has been a while since I have used my planner stamps and I have missed it! For this tutorial you will need:

-White Sticker Paper

-Studio L2e Stamps- Iconic Borders, Iconic, Iconic Activities, Iconic Seasons, Recollections Stamp Set (Bought at my local Michaels)

-Tuxedo Black Ink and Various Colored Inks (This is one of the sets I have and used)

-Stamp Press or Clear Stamping Block

-Templates at the bottom of this post

These are the things I used in this tutorial:


Here are some close up pics of the Templates that I made for this post:



I first stamped the outlines and then decided on the Icons I wanted. I tried to use the ink that came with the Recollections stamp set and it wasn't very black or pigmented for that matter. I also tried to use some of the stamps that came with the Recollections set and they just do not stamp crisp. Even when I tried using the Tuxedo Black Ink with them, they still didn't stamp very crisp. So I switched to my Studio L2e Iconic Icons Stamps for the rest of the icons on my pages. Studio L2e Stamp quality just can't be beat!



Download the 1/2" Circle Template HERE
Download the Iconic Border Template HERE

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2 comments :

  1. Hi. I wasn't able to download the templates. My laptop is set to automatically open downloaded printables and templates into Adobe. When I tried to download the templates, I received an error stating Adobe Acrobat Reader couldn't open the file because it's either not a supported file type or the file has been damaged. Can you suggest an alternative way I can try? Thank you for your help.

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    1. Does Adobe open Silhouette Files? I only uploaded studio3 files and not pdfs.

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