Open your sketchbook and open your mind to creative possibilities! We were created to create — and this image celebrates the spirit of artistic expression (and also, nature, because isn't nature one of the highest forms of art?). With a paint palette and pointy brush, and a trio of Daffodils for inspiration, the main image offers up inspiring handlettered words. An alternate version of the main image also comes with this set, and it has the sketchbook left “blank” for you to fill with a sentiment, or to fill with your own artistic rendering. This image is a digital download.
Illustrated by hand by Marcella Hawley.
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PLEASE NOTE: These images are digital files that you download and print from your computer. This is not a traditional clear polymer stamp set. Images are intended for the crafter’s personal, handmade creations, or for small-batch handmade items for resale with a credit to Power Poppy. Digital downloads are not returnable.
Here’s an outstanding step-by-step tutorial by the Bloom Brigade’s Allison Cope for working with digital images using GIMP, a free downloadable photo-editing program.
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