Do You Like Foxes & Little Hedgehogs?


Then you might just like the new Images I've just added to the Boutique : )

They are 'Mr Fox' and 'Little Prickles'.


This is 'Mr Fox'.

The set includes
- a set of 4 black & white outline image stamps,
- with a selection of sentiments in a mixed-typeface style,
- & without a sentiment too.
- The images print as 4 images to an individual A4 sheet, as shown below
- on a white background, ready for you to cut or punch out.

These are the image sheets included in the download.



And this is 'Little Prickles'.

The set includes
- a single black & white outline image stamp,
- with a selection of sentiments in a mixed-typeface style,
- & without a sentiment too.
- The images print as 4 images to an individual A4 sheet, as shown below
- on a white background, ready for you to cut or punch out.

These are the image sheets included in the download.

You can find them both *here* in the Boutique.

And I hope you like them!


Love Liz xx


  • A6 Card Bases: Hand cut from White Ribbed Card printed with 'Pure Silver' from The Colour Collection & 'Soft Stone' from 'Natural Neutrals.
  • Images with Sentiments: 'Mr Fox' & 'Little Prickles' image stamps, coloured with watercolour paints & finished with Glamour Dust Glitter in Crystal by DecoArt.
  • Small Hole Punch (Crop-A-Dile) & Natural Button Twine.

4 comments on Do You Like Foxes & Little Hedgehogs?

  1. Hi there Liz, I have only found your website just by chance very recently. Love all that you do and really like your new Fox and Prickles the Hedgehog. I look at your blog each and every day. Lovely thank you. I am just working my way through your blog - you are very creative. I have made a few orders and dare I say it started making a few Christmas Cards!! Uh bah humbug! (It was an excuse really to use your lovely images!)

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  2. Sorry Liz forgot to say that I am Maddie!

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  3. Loving these new images but could I just ask how you found watercolouring them bearing in mind they were printed. I would love to try watercolouring my digi stamps but am afraid the printer ink will bleed. Any advice would be greatly appreciated....thanks x

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  4. Hi Pam,
    Being able to watercolour printed images depends mostly on the type of ink you use in your printer.
    I have an Epson WF-3520DWF printer. The recommended Epson ink cartridges for it contain Epson DURABrite Ultra Ink. These inks are watertight and as long as I use those in my printer, I can watercolour my images very easily. If I use compatible ink cartridges, I can't.
    I hope that's helps!
    Liz
    xx

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