How to Create a Custom Stamp Using the Silhouette Mint

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So many people have been asking me lately about the Silhouette Mint that I decided to try something different this week – a video tutorial! It’s the first instructional video I’ve ever created and I appreciate your patience as I learn.

In the tutorial, I give an overview of the Mint and walk you step-by-step through the entire process of designing and printing your own custom stamp. The video is a bit long – almost 18 minutes – so you might want to grab something to drink and find a nice, comfortable place to sit while you watch 🙂 .

To view the video, click on the image below. When you’re done watching, come back and share your impressions with me.

Do you own a Silhouette Mint or have you ever thought about purchasing one? If so, what kind of stamps would you like to create? What method do you like best for learning more about your Silhouette – written tutorials or videos? Maybe a combination of both? Drop me a line in the comments below and let me know. And if there’s something specific that you’d like to learn, tell me that too.  I’m always interested in hearing what you have to say!

Until next time,




P.S. Sihouette Saturday is just over two weeks away and I am so excited! And thanks to Silhouette America, one lucky person who attends will be going home with their own Mint! Registration for the event is now closed, but I hope to be hosting more in 2018 so be sure to watch my website for details. Better yet, subscribe to the blog so you never miss a post!


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  1. This is such a professionally made video. I am impressed!!! I got a Mint in my Licensing package. I can’t wait to use it. I am glad I watched your video ahead of time to know what to do! Great job, Lycia!

  2. Great video! I have a Mint, but have only used it once or twice. Thank you for the inspiration to get it back out!

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