As soon as I saw this one I needed it! It was fun to use as game blocks.
When I saw this stamp set I thought of a card I'd seen that was a kids birthday card. Most children love Lego's - so I made a Lego card using part of the stamps and punched tiny circles with a whole punch. This child was becoming 6 so I made different combinations of the number 6.
I will have fun changing intensity and hue as I stamp theses shapes.
I adore using some of these stamps for color swatching and color combos.
Making backgrounds or background elements with these is also great.
I plan on Zentangling inside some of the larger outline shapes.
Stamping several strips or blocks of colors to help ground our accent something else, is a great use. Shadow/ pale colorblcking too.
Borders and things that help move your eye through the design.
Simple pixel patterns. Anything more than really small Pixel designs and I prefer using a stencil, but once I have a die cut machine using the dies to do so will be easier.
A variety of geometric patterns and designs, such as building a chevron ombre pattern with the rectangles.
I wish there wwas a stencil set for these as that would increase my options. Once I can die cut, I can stencil with those, but the outline stamps I would use with that sometimes, would be smaller than the die cut opening. I still have a ton of ideas, and coming up with more all the time, like stamping a simple bar graph of love, or something, for Valentines Day.
I really enjoyed using the linear block from the Building Blocks Stamp Set to create colorful journaling cards. These rectangles fit the words from the Journal Card Builder Stamp Set perfectly and they are also a great size for some small journaling bits. You can see my project on the Scrapbook blog. Blog Post: https://altenewscrapbook.com/2018/11/24/video-diy-geometric-project-life-cards/