Flo­ral fix

Quick Cards Magazine - - Quick Fixes -

Have you seen any spring flower digi stamps I could use in my craft­ing? I love us­ing stamps, but my colour­ing in skills aren’t the best, un­for­tu­nately. Jac­qui An­drews, Southamp­ton

Anne: There are some lovely digi stamps around and they have be­come very pop­u­lar over the last few years. Flow­ers are a good choice for prac­tis­ing your colour­ing as there aren’t usu­ally many larger or tricky ar­eas. Lili of the Val­ley have some beau­ti­ful flo­ral stamps and their unique rub­ber stamp de­signs are now also avail­able in dig­i­tal for­mat. For spring flow­ers I think you will like the blue­bells and prim­u­las or daf­fodil and catkins. If you want to avoid colour­ing com­pletely, take a look at their Sim­ply Print sheets which are a great al­ter­na­tive; the A4 sheets have the de­signs pre-coloured and ready to print in a range of sizes. For more in­for­ma­tion on both ranges, visit www. lil­iofthe­val­ley.co.uk.

Per­fect your stamp­ing skills by choos­ing sim­ple stamp de­signs

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