Our highly popular Olive and Oak digital set — expanded! Expanded into clear photopolymer, but also broadened with more images and sentiments! Give thanks this fall, send a boost to a loved one, or use in a masculine card any time of year. The symbolic olive branches represent peace, and the strength of the oak combine for an image that speaks softly, but carries a big impact. Be sure to check out the Olive and Oak digi to see the beautiful cards made with the digital download version.
Individual clusters of acorns and leaves, and olives on the branch, can create backgrounds or be used on tags or envelopes. This is a set you’ll turn to when someone just needs to be reminded that they have the peace and strength within them to get through a time of trouble. Illustrated by Marcella Hawley, who wants you to know that you can do whatever you set your mind to with ease and comfort.
This super-deluxe photopolymer clear stamp set includes 7 images.
Overall canvas is 4 x 6". Manufactured in the good ol’ USA. Main Olive and Oak image is approximately 4-1/2" from the end of the stems to the tip of the olive leaves. It is about 3 1/2" across.
The main image from this set is available as a digital stamp. Check out Olive and Oak!Read the inspiration behind the set here!
$ 18.00 $ 26.00
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