To infuse your next crafty project with full-on happiness and cheer, look no further than these jaunty Geraniums! Just blooming their lil hearts out, you’ll find the leaves as interesting as the flowers! Perfect for sharing with somebody who needs a pick-me-up or just a cheerful hello to remind them that “the Earth laughs in flowers”, as Ralph Waldo Emerson observed. The possibilities are endless with how you might approach these jewels — and isn't that a happy thought? Also available as a clear photopolymer set, see Geraniums Take Two.
Geraniums Digital Stamp Set includes both images shown.
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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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