Sharon Callis Crafts Stamp and Die - Aster
Let all the sweetness of a Summer garden in full bloom flutter onto your cards and crafts with the Sharon Callis Flower Fairies Collection!
The natural beauty of some of your favourite flowers have been magically transformed into sweet fairies in this enchanting range from Sharon Callis.
With stamp & die sets designed to bring the flower fairies to life, plus dies to make matching 3D flowers, and stunning Petal Perfection papers in themed colours - there’s everything you need to create truly magical cards.
The Aster Stamp & Die set includes 17 stamps and 9 metal dies to create a stunning Aster Fairy as sweet and delicate as her namesake and ready to dance onto your cards, gift bags and other papercraft projects.
The set has everything you need to stamp the fairy character, complete with delicate and lacy wings and cut it out using the corresponding die to create your Flower Fairy centrepiece.
You can create a stunning petal skirt for your fairy using the three included dies which layer up to create a 3D effect.
Asters are named after the Greek word for star, so this set also includes tiny star embellishments plus floral decorations and sentiments such as ‘Sprinkle Kindness Everywhere.’
To create a completely cohesive Flower Fairy card why not pair your Aster Stamp & Die set with the matching Aster metal die and Aster Petal Perfection Paper to create 3D flower decorations?
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.
With a bouquet of beautiful Flower Fairies to meet, why not check out the full range from Sharon Callis?