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FREE Uniko Ice Cream Digi Stamps

Card making Digi Stamps

Keep thoughts of an enjoyable summer alive with these exclusive printables

FREE Uniko Ice Cream Digi Stamps

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The wonderful Beverley Brown from Uniko has designed 33 summery digi stamps for you to use in your crafting, free of charge! Centred around a seasonal staple that is the ice cream, we’re sure this collection will become a firm favourite in your digital supplies. Word of warning, though: as you craft, you may find yourself suddenly desperate for a Mr Whippy. Don’t fight the urge, we all deserve a treat!

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’.

Nod to Hawaii
Along with ice cream motifs and phrases, you’ll also discover a surfboard and hibiscus bloom digi stamps, synonymous with Hawaii. Why not match the vibrancy of the dream destination with your colour choices? Beverley’s cards opposite offer that warmth in spades. We especially love her ink blended greeting – she’s used Altenew Inks in Rocky Shore, Baby Pink and Buttercream with ink blending brushes, before allowing it to dry and printing directly onto the card.

Pintor please
Did you know that Pilot Pintor ink covers any surface? It’s why the pens are a staple in our stash. Pigment-rich and water-based, they’re perfect for drawing, decorating, marking, writing, calligraphy and, of course, colouring in digi stamps. There are 24 stop-and-stare shades to choose from – take a look at pilot-pintor.eu. One thing’s for sure – you’ll come away with plenty of inspiration for lockdown activities.

Tech support
Rather than simply print the digi stamps as they come, Beverley encourages you to play around. Nothing too technical, we promise! For her ‘Have a sweet birthday’ greeting, Beverley has copied and pasted the sentiment multiple times onto a Microsoft Word document and printed it out. The same goes for the ‘I love you more than ice cream’ card, where she’s also rotated the motif in different directions. If you don’t feel comfortable doing that, just print the ice cream out multiple times and do it by hand.

Enjoy the full card projects here.

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