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august-2020
august-2020

FREE Time For Tea Designs Friend Digi Stamps

Card making Digi Stamps

Let someone know you’re thinking of them with these endearing illustrations

FREE Time For Tea Designs Friend Digi Stamps

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Hold onto your hats, crafters. Time For Tea Designs brings you digis from its Bonnie Birthday, Gardening Emily and Anything Is Popsicle collections – a whopping 48 printables for you to craft with straight away. In your download pack you’ll discover smiling characters, summery motifs, and an abundance of sentiments. There’s even a puppy in a wheelbarrow for crying out loud! Join PaperCrafter designer Kitty Day and start making cards with them today…

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’.

Always marker pens
Kitty has used Copic marker pens to colour in these glorious digi stamps. And that truly is the fun bit. Take your time, focus on graduating the colours, and bring the characters to life. Colouring is the best opportunity for some mindful me-time, so whether you choose to play your favourite album or have a Netflix documentary on in the background, it’s totally your call.

Tech yes!
These cards have been created with beginners in mind – simply print out your required digi stamps, and you’re off! But there is one card that’s utilised tech just that little bit more in case you’re keen. For her cloud greeting opposite, Kitty created the background on her computer. Simply open up a programme of your choosing such as Microsoft Paint, Word or Adobe Photoshop, then copy and paste the motif multiple times before printing.

Embellish away
Once your colouring is complete, make sure you boost your handmade toppers with 3D foam pads and extra embellishments. We love the dew drops that Kitty’s used on the ice cream design, plus silver gems, pearls and mini buttons always work too. It’s sometimes tempting to go all-out with the extras, but our advice is to keep it simple. If you’re more of a mixed media fan, try Kitty’s ink blended greetings and prepare to wow your recipients.

Enjoy the full card projects here.

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