If you’ve ever gotten swirled up in the aroma of spicy clove-studded orange pomanders mingling with cinnamon sticks on a bed of fresh pine, then you will agree: It smells like Christmas! Inspired by a family tradition in our home, and in many of our wonderfully nostalgic customers’ as well, this set showcases three images of spiced-citrus pomanders, each perfect for setting a seasonal scene. Paired with smell-good ingredients like fresh pinecones and cranberries, star anise, and cloves, cloves, cloves, your recipients will know that your card was “scent” with love. Use the oblong image as a patterned background stamped in a single color, or let it sing as the focal point. Mask off the word “NOEL” when you stamp the mixed greenery vignette, and you can use that baby all autumn long! Four sweet sentiments are included, too!
Doublecheck our samples see that you can color the balls of “citrus” however you’d like! Julie Koerber went for a silvery-blue take that is frosty and cool! Tosha Leyendekker made hers in the shades of baked gingerbread, which just looks divine.
Illustrated by Marcella Hawley with a whole lotta love, while sipping Celestial Seasonings Bengal Spice tea. Mmmm!
This super-deluxe photopolymer clear stamp set includes 7 images.
Overall canvas is 4 x 6". Manufactured in the good ol’ USA.Read the inspiration behind this set here!
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