A Cottage Christmas

Waltzingmouse Stamps


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 Set size – 6 × 4 inches

A little stamp set full to the brim with Christmas cottage goodness! One large Christmas cottage stamp, snowed in for the holidays, with two topiary christmas trees out front. A cheery snowman lights your way with a tiny lantern and there is a trio of trees and a little cluster of stars to help with scene building. Six separate sentiment stamps - the word 'Bright' is a separate stamp to the rest of the sentiment you see it with in the graphic.

Super for cards and tags and even Scrapbook pages, this set is highly detailed and suitable for colouring, or not as you desire.

The cottage stamp measures just under 2.5 inches by just under 3.5 inches. The Home baked for your enjoyment sentiment measures just under 2 and 1/4 inches wide by just over a half inch tall.

All images and stamp designs are Copyright © 2011 Waltzingmouse Stamps, Claire Brennan.

Small images show cards made using these stamps, other stamps may also have been used on these samples.

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