Flowers are a crafter’s best friend, so we know you’ll love these free printables!
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Our friends at Clearly Besotted are gifting all PaperCrafter readers with 12 utterly lovely flowery digi stamps. Hooray! They’re a fantastic resource to have on your computer because they just go with everything. Discover how to download them below – it’s easy, we promise – then follow in our designer Kitty Frampton’s footsteps and make the most of the floral designs in your cardmaking.
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’.
Kitty has used marker pens to colour in her chosen digi stamps. We love the Pilot Pintor range and they have bullet tips in medium, fine and extra-fine, depending on what you prefer. The extra-fine tip would be perfect for shading smaller areas, such as the little daisies on Kitty’s ‘Smile’ greeting, while the medium tip saves time on larger areas. Enjoy the colouring process – it’s the best part!
There are numerous ways to apply a tactile feel to your cards. For a couple of her creations, Kitty has used a heart embossing folder on white card to make backgrounds for her coloured-in digi stamps. Stitched dies work wonders too. They work exactly the same as regular shaped dies, but they apply a stitched border around the edge. Professional? Of course. Adorable? Absolutely! Plus, take this further with a full stitched background die, which you can see at play on Kitty’s ‘Feel better soon’ design.
Consider your palette
One of the best things about these digi stamps is their versatility. Flowers just work for everything, don’t they? Kitty has crafted cards for a birthday, to say thank you, to offer condolences and more. Make them work for you by considering the sentiment, recipient and colour scheme. In fact, colour is everything. The shades you choose really can set the tone for your greeting, so pay attention to your palette as you craft.
Don’t forget to check out the rest of our free digi stamps.
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