Get colour happy with your BONUS festive printables
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Our very own designer Colette Smith has magicked up a selection of joyous digi stamps just for you, our lovely readers. On top of that, she’s also provided us with five colourful creations below in case you’re in need of a little inspiration – what a clever clogs she is! Exclusive to PaperCrafter, these iconic festive motifs paired with traditional sentiments are fabulously free and ideal if you’re pressed for time.
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’.
Colette’s digi stamps hark back to time-honoured Christmas carols and themes, but her finished greetings are far from old school. Think traditional with a fresh twist. Whether you prefer the vintage look or fancy modernising your motifs, these digi stamps offer the best of both worlds. It all depends on the colour palette you decide to go for, which can be tailored to suit your recipient’s tastes, style and age. Customisation at its finest!
You’ll notice that all of these digi stamps come with sentiments but if you don’t want to use the ones provided, simply manipulate the image on Microsoft Word or Paint to remove the wording. You can then stamp a sentiment of your own or add a handwritten message in your best script. That’s what is so great about digi stamps – you can completely make them your own to suit.
Save for later
As with your rubber stamp stash, you can keep these digi stamps for many Christmases to come by saving them down on your computer or uploading them onto a CD. In actual fact, they take up zero physical space in your craft room which is a saviour for those with overflowing supplies. If you’re on the go a lot, pop your digi stamps onto a USB stick and take them with you.
You can find the full card projects here.
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