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Thursday, 17 April 2014

Giving Trees

Thursday, 17 April 2014

I've added a new set of Image Stamps to the Boutique this morning : )

They are called 'Giving Trees' and they are a set of 4 images, of a single tree with different things growing on them … apples, lemons, cupcakes and little acorns. And they each have their own inspirational sentiment.

Here they are in a little more detail …



'Giving Trees' Image Stamps

The set includes
- 4 black & white outline image stamps.
- The designs print as individual A4 sheets,
- as 4 images on a single sheet of A4,
- on a white background, ready for you to cut or punch out.
- The download includes each image with an inspirational sentiment. And without a sentiment too.
- Their retail price will be £2.99

These are the images ...





The sentiments I've included are …
Apple Tree - 'Patience can be bitter … but it's fruit is sweet!'
Lemon Tree - 'When life gives you lemons … make lemonade!'
Cupcake Tree - 'It's the little things … that make life big!'
Little Acorns Tree - 'Every oak tree started out … as a couple of nuts who decided to stand their ground!'

And this is how they look in print ...







If you'd like to take a closer look, you can find the 'Giving Trees' *here* in the Boutique.

And as little Easter treat, they are priced at just £1.99, that's 30% off, just 'til Easter Sunday : )

I hope you like them!

Enjoy the Easter holidays everyone! And a lovely long weekend : )


Love Liz xx


  • Card Bases: A6 Card hand cut from a sheet of A4 White Card, printed with 'Natural Calico' and 'Cashmere Mist' from 'Natural Neutrals'
  • Patterned Papers: 'Little Polka Dots' in 'Pure Crimson' and 'Wild Willow'. From The Colour Collection.
  • Images with Sentiments: 'Giving Tree' Image Stamps, coloured with chalks.
  • Glitter: Glamour Dust Glitter in 'Crystal' by DecoArt.
  • Pinking Shears, Small Crystals, Natural Button Twine.

3 comments :

  1. love the giving trees. I will be using them to make cards to Operation Write HOme. :)

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  2. Hi Liz - love your fab trees!
    I can just see them with your wood grain paper in the background.
    Hope you have a Happy Easter.
    xx

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