Stop and smell the roses… oh and don’t forget to print our bonus floral printables whilst you’re there – there are 20 to enjoy!
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You can never go wrong with flowers to cheer up a loved one, which is why there’s every reason to download this issue’s free Botanical digi stamps, designed by the wonderful Helen Fitzjohn! The best thing about these motifs (and all of our digi stamps for that matter) is that you’re completely free to tailor the designs to your liking!
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’.
YOU WILL NEED:
Botanical Digi Stamps
Dies, Lawn Fawn Stitched Hillside Borders; My Favorite Things Stitched Domes, Stitched Circles
Stencil, My Favorite Things Clouds
Ink pads: Distress Oxide Picked Raspberry, Mowed Lawn, Mermaid Lagoon, Blueprint Sketch; black
Cardstock: various colours, kraft
Embellishments: Tonic Studios Nuvo Drops; ribbon, buttons, raindrops, bubble dots
Ink blending tool
Adhesives: 3D foam pads, glue
Blend pink distress oxide ink into the centre of a square panel of white cardstock. Layer onto pink, then matt onto a white blank. Stamp, colour and cut out a wreath. Glue to the card front, then stamp a sentiment in the centre of the wreath. Print three floral digi stamps and colour in with alcohol pens. Trim, arrange on the left-hand side of the wreath and glue in place. Add bubble dot embellishments to finish.
Using a cloud stencil, lightly brush blue distress oxide ink onto a square of white card and repeat to cover the panel. Die cut a hill shape from white and blend green distress oxide inks onto it. Attach the hill to the base of the cloud panel, mount onto blue card, then matt onto a white blank. Print three floral digi stamps and a sentiment, then colour in the flowers with alcohol markers. Trim and attach to the card front with 3D foam pads. Draw stems for each flower. Add the sentiment to the bottom of the card and finish with bubble dots.
Happy Birthday Flower
Layer mint and pink card onto a white portrait blank. Print out six floral digi stamps and colour in with alcohol markers. Trim and attach to a panel of white card using 3D foam pads. Print out the circular sentiment and doodle a frame around it with a black fineliner. Attach to the greeting with 3D foam pads.
Layer yellow card onto grey with 3D foam pads, then matt onto a white portrait blank. Print out floral digi stamps and colour in. Cut out and glue them onto a strip of grey card, trimming to fit, then mount onto white. Glue to the card front. Print out a sentiment, die cut into a circle and layer onto yellow card. Attach with 3D foam pads and add a bubble embellishment either side.
Blend blue distress oxide ink onto white card and draw a doodled frame around the edge. Mount onto blue card, then layer onto a white blank. Print out three floral digi stamps and colour in. Cut out each one and fix in place with 3D foam pads. Print out a sentiment, cut into a rectangle, then secure to the middle flower.
Attach a strip of green patterned paper along the bottom of a white blank. Add a thin strip of kraft card to conceal the join. Draw two flower stems and colour in. Print out two floral digi stamps and a sentiment. Colour in the flowers, cut out and attach to the card front with 3D foam pads. Trim the sentiment, colour in the edges, then glue in place. Add three yellow Nuvo drops and leave to dry.
Let Friendship Bloom
Cover a white blank with kraft card. Run ribbon vertically onto a panel of mint patterned paper, then layer onto the card front. Die cut a dome shape from white and attach with 3D foam pads. Print out three floral digi stamps and a sentiment. Colour in the flowers, trim and fix to the dome shape. Cut out the sentiment, layer onto a beige die-cut circle and fix in place. Add a ribbon bow and a button to finish.
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