Doodled Mini DIY Planner Stamps. Create the cutest little custom doodled planner stamps with the Silhouette Mint and this step-by-step tutorial!
Doodled Mini DIY Planner Stamps
I love making my own stamps with my Silhouette Mint machine! These cute little 15×15 stamps are the perfect size for Doodled Mini DIY Planner Stamps.
If you’re new to the Silhouette Mint Machine, you might want to check out some of my past posts on using it:
- The Silhouette Mint: First Impressions
- How to Make a Custom Stamp with the Silhouette Mint
- DIY Vintage Typewriter Stamp + Free Design
- DIY Hand Lettered Watercolor Stamp
Doodled Mini DIY Planner Stamps Supplies:
- Silhouette Mint Stamp Machine (Starter Kit or the Bundle Set)
- 15×15 stamps (xx-small)
- Silhouette Stamp ink in assorted colors
- Designs (I’ll share the freebies below)
- Planner! I’m on my third year as an Erin Condren Life Planner Addict.
Doodled Stamp Design Downloads:
Click any or all the links below to download my doodles! Save them to your desktop and we’ll open them up in the Silhouette Mint Software a few steps down.
Ok, let’s make the stamps!
First, open the Silhouette Mint design software, Mint Studio. In the stamp settings window, chose 15×15. Then to go File>Open and choose the doodled design you want to use. It will open in a new tab in Mint Studio. Re-size it so it’s smaller and then copy and paste it onto the stamp (on your original tab). Adjust the size to fit the stamp properly as shown below.
Next, turn on your Silhouette Mint and plug it into your computer. Click “Send to Mint”. The software will automatically flip your design so it prints properly.
Click “Send to Mint”. The software will automatically flip your design so it prints properly. (Yes, I have a typo in my image below which you might not have even noticed if I hadn’t just pointed it out, oops!)
Now, click “Start Mint” (circled below in pink) and then place the stamp folder into the machine. It will grab it and begin to print your stamp.
Once it’s done printing, remove the stamp from its folder. Apply your ink. (I used two colors on some of my stamps). Allow ink to set for 5 minutes. Then stamp on scrap paper until you get a clean stamp. Be sure to do a stamp on the stickers that come with the stamps so you can label the lid as shown below in step 5.
Repeat this process with all your stamps. I made 5 stamps for my planner.
Your stamps will last quite a while but when you notice they’re not as bright, simply re-ink again as we did above!