Intricate frame design which can be stamped to any size by mixing the stamps together. This stamp set can be mixed and matched with other stamps from the range. They are highly detailed beautifully drawn images. The set has eleven individual stamps perfect for card making, and mixed media projects. The verses are fun little ditties which will add a touch of fun to any crafty project. Of course, they will also be fantastic used on fabrics and painted or stitched. Use your stamps on card or fabric. You can also spritz the fabric With water after stamping but before heat sealing to create lovely watercolour background washes. A5 overall 150mm x 210mm. Deep etched, quality photopolymer. Designed and made in the UK.
• versatile frame building set
• 11 stamp set
• Designed and made in UK
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