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Di’s Digi Stamps Cute Christmas Digi Stamps

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Cuddly snowmen, Christmas fairies, a fluffy ted… we told you they were cute. These heartwarming motifs supplied by our pals at Di’s Digi Stamps are ready and waiting to be downloaded. Simply print your six-piece pack and get ahead on your Christmas cards. If you need a little inspiration, take a look at Kitty’s designs and consult our top tips below.

Download and print them
1 Press ‘Click here to download now’ then log in – or register if you don’t currently have an account with us.
2 Click ‘Download now’ and you’ll see the download processing at the bottom of your screen.
3 Open the folder, then right-click on the file and select ‘Print’.

Glitter accents
If it’s texture you’re after, add a little glitter here and there. You don’t have to go over the top – white or iridescent glitter works well to highlight certain areas of your digi stamps. For example, Kitty has applied glitter to the brim of the Christmas hats on some of her cards. If you want to go all out, use white glitter card to replicate snowy scenes. You can never have too much sparkle, right?

Subtle blends
You know us… we love colour. But it might be best to leave some parts of your digi stamps blank. You’ll notice that Kitty has decided to leave her snowmen uncoloured. For the angel’s dress, she has used a light blue pen to add a very subtle touch of colour around the outline to ensure the motif still stands out – it almost looks as if the dress is glowing. The secret is all in the pen, just be sure to apply a light pressure.

Stand-out solutions
When you’ve got lots of white on your motifs, it’s worth considering the background to ensure they still stand out. Kitty has mounted her snowmen onto blended distress ink panels. Coordinating the inks with the motifs is a great way to make your digi stamps pop. You can also use 3D foam pads to lift the motifs and draw the eye. If you want to make your image the focal point, consider a layered circular panel like Kitty’s teddy bear card.

YOU WILL NEED:
Di’s Digi Stamps Cute Christmas digi stamps
Dies: Mama Elephant Everything Nice, Oh So Jolly; scallop-edged circles, stitched circles
Stamps: Mama Elephant Everything Nice, Oh So Jolly; Christmas sentiments
Ink pads: Ranger Distress Oxide Mermaid Lagoon, Kitsch Flamingo, Spun Sugar; black
Sentiment toppers
Cardstock: various colours, white glitter, gold glitter
Patterned papers
Alcohol markers
Embellishments: glitter, ribbon, lace, clear bubbles, gems
Ink blending tool
Adhesives: 3D foam pads, glue
Die-cutting machine

Snowmen Christmas Card
Blend blue ink onto a 10cm x 14cm white blank, then fix a white glitter curve to the bottom. Draw a frame around the card front. Print out the digi stamp and colour in with alcohol markers, then add glitter to the hat and scarves. Cut out the motif and attach to the card with 3D foam pads. Stamp and die cut a sentiment, then adhere to the greeting. Use clear bubbles to embellish the background.

Christmas Teddy Card
Layer patterned papers, white and red card onto an 11.5cm square white blank. Fix lace across the middle strip of card. Print the teddy motif and die cut into a stitched circle shape. Colour in with alcohol markers, then embellish the hat with glitter. Die cut a scallop-edged circle from red card and mount the teddy bear on top. Add a ribbon top-left, then secure gems in place. Attach a sentiment topper to finish.

Christmas Fairy Card
Fix layers of patterned paper and card onto a 10.5cm x 13.5cm white blank. Adhere ribbon across the middle piece, then fix a bow on the right-hand side. Print out the fairy and colour in with alcohol markers. Mount onto lilac, then white card. Attach to the front with 3D foam pads. Add a layered, stamped sentiment and gems to finish.

Owl Christmas Card
Snip white card to 14cm x 28cm, then score down at 7cm and 21cm. Fold inwards to form a gatefold card. Matt red cardstock and patterned paper onto the front panels. Secure ribbon and card to the top-left and bottom-right corners, then add a ribbon bow to the top-left. Print out the owl digi stamp and colour in with alcohol markers. Add glitter to the hats, then double mount onto coloured card. Attach a sentiment topper and decorate with gems.

Sledge Christmas Character Card
Create a 9cm x 14.5cm top-folding white blank. Layer red, white and dark teal card onto the front, then patterned paper on top. Print and colour in the digi stamp. Stamp a sentiment top-right, then back with dark teal card and attach to the front with 3D foam pads. Fix ribbon and white card across the patterned paper. Add a ribbon bow and gems to finish.

Christmas Angel Card
Take a 9.5cm x 14.5cm tentfold white blank, then mount red card and patterned paper on top. Run a thick strip of red card across the middle. Fix gold glitter card and ribbon on top. Print out the angel motif and colour in with alcohol markers, then double mount onto gold glitter and red cardstock. Adhere to the card and attach a stamped, layered sentiment. Secure a ribbon bow, then embellish with gems.

Slimline Snowmen Christmas Card
Print out the digi stamp on white card and colour in with alcohol markers. Blend pink inks above it, then stamp pink stars on top. Trim the panel to 9cm x 17cm and fix to a white blank of the same size. Add glitter highlights to the snowmen hats. Die cut a sentiment from light pink and white glitter card, then adhere together and glue to the greeting. Finish with clear gems.

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