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Gemini - Stamp & Die -July - Delphinium

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  • 18 stamps and dies with a Delphinium theme for July
  • Largest die measures 2 x 5.2” (5.1 x 13.2cm)
  • Part of the Gemini Stamp & Die Birthday Month Florals range
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Gemini Stamp & Die - July - Delphinium

Whether you’re a hardworking marigold, a cheerful daffodil or even a romantic rose, say it with flowers with the perfectly personalised Birthday Month Floral range!

From carnations in January to poinsettia in December, there is a stamp and die set featuring the beautiful birth flower for every month of the year. And, with thoughtful sentiments reflecting each pretty posy, what better way to make someone’s special day that little bit sweeter?

With 18 stamps and dies, the July Delphinium set brings this statuesque woodland bloom into the spotlight alongside seasonal and summery sentiments.

All you need is a die-cutting machine, a die and your chosen card or paperstock. Simply create your plate combination using the helpful Sandwich Guide in the instruction manual and run through your die-cutting machine – it’s that simple! 

The stamps are made from the highest quality clear acrylic, which means that you can see straight through the stamp to line up the image accurately. Just adhere your chosen stamp to an acrylic block or Rock-a-Block and stamp away! This means that you're guaranteed accurate impressions every time.

These stamps are highly versatile and can be used in a variety of ways. They can be applied like a traditional stamp, or used with heat embossing powders to create an incredible raised effect.

You can also try stamping them on vellum paper for a weathered look.
Whether you’re sending a sympathetic lily or a Christmas chrysanthemum, there’s enough in this flourishing bouquet of blooms to think beyond birthdays, so why not collect the whole bunch!

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