- Hello everybody! It’s Jana and today I am stopping in to share a few different ways that I have been using the new Swatch Stamp Set that has just been released this month from Kat Scrappiness. This stamp set comes complete with eight stamps including a large square, rectangle, two circles, a heart, a star, a splatter spot and rectangular box stamp. This set is perfect for swatching out your inks, markers, pens, pencils….just about everything!
In this sample, I have swatched out just a few of the Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Inks that I have. I have been looking for ways to swatch out my inks and other various mediums to allow me to easily look through and find a specific color or color combination that I want to use while crafting. In this sample, I used the large rectangle to stamp the ink swatches onto a 2.5 x 3.5 card which I keep in a page protector. I typed up the names of each ink along with the brand onto sticker paper and applied to each color accordingly.
For this next swatch, I used the open circle from the stamp set and stamped as many as I could fit onto an 8.5 x 11 piece of paper. I then colored each using some of my Copic markers that I have and labeled to allow me to see which number and name are associated with each.
For my third sample, I used the boxed rectangle stamp and stamped continually down the page. I wanted to create a sample page for the Nuvo Crystal Drops that I have. I added a small amount of each Nuvo Drop color and again, typed up labels so that I new the name of the color at first glance. I also plan to create more swatch pages like this for all of the Stickles I have as well as embossing powders, glitter, etc.
This is an amazing Swatch set and is so versatile too. Not only can I create any type of swatches I need to, I can use these basic shapes and designs to create simple cards and/or projects as well.
I hope that you enjoyed this quick share of my swatch samples. If you are looking for a way to create your own, you can find the Swatch Stamp Set here. Thank you for visiting and have a fabulously crafty day!