Merry Christmas Sweetie


Here they are ... my new Image Stamps : ) They're called 'Merry Christmas Sweetie'. And they are a Mince Pie, a Christmas Cupcake & 2 different Christmas Puddings, each trimmed with holly berries, especially for your Christmas cards.

And in more detail ...


'Merry Christmas Sweetie' Image Stamps

This set includes ...

- 4 Christmas images,
- each with a selection of different sentiments
- in 3 different typeface styles.
- They print as individual A4 sheets,
- with 4 images on a single sheet of A4, as shown below,
- on a white background, ready for you to cut or punch out.
- Their retail price will be £3.99.

These are the images with the different typefaces included ...


And without a Sentiment too.


And some more pics of my cards ...




You can find 'Merry Christmas Sweetie' *here* in the Boutique.

And I hope you like them!



From the Blog
Beryl D

Love it, love it, love it!! But then I love most Pink Petticoat things and Christmas is my favouritist time of year!!

Penny
I love love love all things Christmas it is the best tme of the year. You can never have too much christmas stuff can you?

And from Facebook
Gill Axworthy

I made all my family cards from PP last year. Looking forward to more inspiration.

If you could contact me with your email addresses ladies please, I'll get your links straight off to you : )
And thanks everyone for joining in!


Love Liz xx


  • Card Bases: 125mm Square by Dovecraft
  • White Paper: Paperworks (04) White Laid 100gsm paper from Paperchase
  • Images with Sentiments: 'Merry Christmas Sweetie'
  • Glitter: Glamour Dust Glitter in Crystal by DecoArt
  • Kraft Twine & Silver Foil

4 comments on Merry Christmas Sweetie

  1. Yummyliscious Christmas here I come...x SueB

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  2. Love all that you do. Have already made loads of Christmas cards with your designs but just got to have this design set and will have to make some more x

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  3. Congrats to the winners :-) I LOVE these images and it's great that you can have different fonts if you want to.

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