Everywhere you turn these days, there seems to be an upstart craft brewery opening its doors, or a new "IPA" or "Seasonal Ale" to sample at the local pub. In the spirit of this beloved spirit, I've designed a botanical stamp set that celebrates two of the essentials used in the brewing of beer: Hops and Barley. A few "hoppy" sentiments and a wise saying from Benjamin Franklin round out this set, a must-have for beer aficionados. PS: If the beer theme isn’t for you, let these two harvest plants just be a pretty botanical to decorate a masculine or fall card.
Hoppy Father’s Day is now a part of this set. Existing customers may access their downloads and it will be listed as sentiment #5.
This images is available in a clear stamp here: O Hoppy Day
Illustrated with a whole lotta love 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.
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