Celtic Alphabet Lowercase Stamp Set – A6 Clear Photopolymer.
This Celtic alphabet lowercase stamp set features thirty two stamps. These include all the standard letters of the alphabet plus additional vowels with fadas and an exclamation mark all in a Celtic style font.
This A6 size unmounted clear photopolymer stamp will self cling. Therefore, simply adhere it to an acrylic block or use a stamping platform to stamp your impression by adding ink and pressing the design onto card or paper. Try making your own backing paper with these stamps for a coordinated look.
Clear stamps are a very popular type of stamp these days and give more versatility than rubber stamps. Clear stamps allow you to see exactly where you are stamping, therefore making it easier to position your image. They are also much easier to store than rubber stamps supplied on wood.
This Celtic alphabet lowercase stamp set is perfect for making cards for people of all ages. Consequently, making it ideal for plenty of cards and projects. They will help make great cards for your friends, neighbours, family and more.
This versatile everyday stamp set offers a plethora of possibilities and is therefore a great addition to any stamp collection. Why not try stamping them in different colours and using a variety of mediums. You can get so many variations of card designs using this one stamp set.
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- Celtic alphabet lowercase stamp set
- Perfect for cards for people of all ages
- Unmounted clear photopolymer stamps
- An alternative to rubber craft stampers
- A6 size pack
- Set of 32 stamps
- Suitable for use with any inks
- Full angel policy
- Designed by Downland Crafts
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