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FREE Crafter’s Companion Let It Snow Digi Stamps

Digi Stamps

But as long as you love these printables so, let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!

FREE Crafter’s Companion Let It Snow Digi Stamps

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We’re not sure it’s quite what Dean Martin had in mind when he wrote Let It Snow… nonetheless, thanks to Crafter’s Companion we’re bringing you 14 festive digi stamps, so you can get cracking on your Christmas makes sharpish. Featuring penguins, snowmen, bears, an igloo, snowflakes and more, this seriously cute collection will be a welcome addition to your digital stash. Kitty Day has made a set of cards to get you on your way!

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’.

Borderline brilliant
Digi stamps are dreamy. Ours are easy to download, then they’re all yours to craft with as you see fit. However, when they’re compared to a thicker, for example, they need a little help when it comes to depth. 3D foam pads and clever colouring are essential, and Kitty’s other secret weapon is a black fineliner – use it to draw freehand borders for your toppers, and watch them positively pop!

Great minds ink alike
Use Distress Oxide inks to add backgrounds to your cards. Kitty has blended the Blueprint Sketch and Picked Raspberry hues to create a moody sky for her ‘Merry Christmas’ penguin card, then she’s made a more subtle wash using the Spun Sugar shade for her igloo design. The ‘Winter wishes’ creation also utilises inks on the background and tree trunks – it looks far more realistic than simply using coloured card.

Tech support
Every card is perfect for beginners, except one. The penguin pyramid greeting involves a bit of jiggery-pokery on the computer. If you’re comfortable with technology, all you have to do is copy and paste the penguin motif so you have six of them, then arrange them into a triangular formation. Not convinced? Simply print them individually and adhere into that shape instead – using 3D foam pads is a great option.

Enjoy the full card projects here.

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