Heart Abloom Digital Stamp Set

A tapestry of spring flowers fill a large, lush heart shape in this Color Story adventure! The flowers for this heart were expressly chosen to celebrate yellows, greens, blues, and purples. We have Daffodils and Narcissus, a myriad of single and double Hellebores, Trout Lilies, and then the surprise guest: Blueberries! Now, here’s the thing. Blueberries ripening on the vine start out a very pale greenish-white. The same stem can carry a multitude of berries in shades of white, pink, chartreuse, light and dark blue. Hellebores are cross-pollinated to create loads of color combinations. So, whether you take this Color Story into cool territory with green, blue, deep purple, and white, or something warmer with rosy-blushes, yellows, and peachy tones, you are pretty much going to end up with a masterpiece! 

OF COURSE, you can always color the illustration however your heart desires! We have absolutely ZERO rules here. I do request that no matter which colors you reach for, that you switch into your CAN-DO growth mindset, expand your skills, and push your coloring boundaries! YOU HAVE TOTALLY GOT THIS.

Read my inspiration behind the stamp set here.

Illustrated with a whole lotta love and in the voice of a motivational speaker by Marcella Hawley.

This image is available in the clear stamp set: Always Here.


NEW METHOD OF FILE DELIVERY: A link to download your files will be sent to you by email immediately upon completion of your order and payment processing. Alternatively, you may access files from your Power Poppy customer account.

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.

New to DigiStamps? Check out this DIGITAL TUTORIAL by the Bloom Brigade’s Julie Koerber with creative tips for working with our digital images — on the Power Poppy Blog.

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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