YOUR GIFT Get mak­ing with your fes­tive bor­der stamps and pa­pers

Cre­ate fan­tas­tic fes­tive de­signs or speedy scenes with your 5-in-1 stamp set and bonus pa­pers

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Sea­son’s greet­ings In­ner cir­cle

Want to add a lit­tle di­men­sion to your stamped de­signs? Roll strips of stamped pa­per into rings, se­cur­ing them in place with dou­ble-sided tape. For va­ri­ety, fold some of the rings so they have flat joined ends then at­tach around an aper­ture. The sweet greet­ing stamps are per­fect for adding to a faux rib­bon strip. Sim­ply cut both ends of a pa­per strip into a ‘v’ shape, draw faux stitches with a pen­cil then ink the edges.

Sil­ver bells

Heat em­boss your stamped de­signs with metal­lic em­boss­ing pow­ders! Here, the mu­sic sheet bor­der has been stamped in clear ink, mask­ing through the tem­plate sten­cil. Re­move the sten­cil and heat em­boss with sil­ver pow­der.

Rid­ing high

Set the scene for your stamped Santa! Use a small pa­per cir­cle to mask off the moon and ap­ply blue ink with a blend­ing sponge. Use a white ink pen to colour and stamp in­di­vid­ual snowflakes, too.

Stuck on re­peat

The snowflake bor­der stamp is a re­peat­ing pat­tern, which means you can use it to stamp a much larger pat­tern area! Use the same ink pad to blend the edges of your pa­per and hide any seams be­tween your re­peats.

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