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Whether you’re a card-making veteran or just starting out, if it’s endless inspiration and fabulous projects that you’re looking for then you’ve come to the right place – this wonderful magazine kit is full of joyous whimsy and crafty opportunities.

Dig in and you’ll find plenty of playful digi stamps to craft with, including gorgeous florals, quirky picnic food, cartoon-y circus animals, adorable little girls and heartfelt sentiments.

Homemaker Die Cuts & Digi Stamps - Templates and Digi Stamp Kit

How to download and print the digi stamps
1 Click on the image of the digi stamps you want.
2 Press ‘click here to download now’, then log in or register if you don’t currently have an account with us.
3 Click ‘download now’ and you’ll see the download processing at the bottom of your screen.
4 Open the folder, then right-click on the file and select ‘print’.

  1. Uniko Tropical Digi Stamps (for page 12)
    Uniko is home to versatile stamps, dies and stencils that have the power to make your handmade cards excel. That’s why we’re thrilled to team up with the crafty brand to bring you these sprightly digi stamps. Homemaker Die Cuts & Digi Stamps - Templates and Digi Stamp Kit
  2. Crafter’s Companion Springtime Digi Stamps (for page 16)
    Us crafters know that it isn’t just about the finished result. One of the best things about being a maker is the process, so sit back with your digi stamps and favourite pens, and simply enjoy a spot of colouring. It’s not something that can be rushed! Homemaker Die Cuts & Digi Stamps - Templates and Digi Stamp Kit
  3. Butterfly & Flower Digi Stamps (for page 18)
    These versatile floral digi stamps are so wonderfully convenient. Once downloaded, they’re ready to be printed as many times as you like, at the size of your choosing. Homemaker Die Cuts & Digi Stamps - Templates and Digi Stamp Kit
  4. Character Digi Stamps (for page 22)
    We hope you love these free digi stamps, designed by Helen Fitzjohn. There are three bodies to choose from, then you can add a variety of different features and accessories, from different hairstyles to hats and crafty tools. The combinations are endless! Homemaker Die Cuts & Digi Stamps - Templates and Digi Stamp Kit
  5. Little Pippa Digi Stamps (for page 26)
    Cards with characters at the heart of them often have a more charming quality, which is why we’ve teamed up with Di’s Digi Stamps to bring you these designs of Little Pippa. She’s a sweet, bug-eyed girl with an affinity for nature. Homemaker Die Cuts & Digi Stamps - Templates and Digi Stamp Kit
  6. Kinetic Cards Template (for page 28)
    Interactive greetings always look impressive, but they’re actually easier to construct than you might think. Slider cards are always popular, but flip designs are great too, and Colette’s make has a fun and cheeky element to it. There are plenty of different shapes that work for flip cards, so have a go at making your own designs and see what you can come up with. Homemaker Die Cuts & Digi Stamps - Templates and Digi Stamp Kit
  7. Gardening Digi Stamps (for page 30)
    Featuring sweet sayings and versatile motifs, this set of digi stamps can be used for a multitude of makes. Wish someone happy birthday in springtime, send best wishes to a green-fingered friend and more. Homemaker Die Cuts & Digi Stamps - Templates and Digi Stamp Kit
  8. Al Fresco Digi Stamps (for page 34)
    At Kate Hadfield Designs you’ll discover oodles of hand-drawn illustrations that can effortlessly provide a touch of whimsy to your cards, and we’re lucky enough to team up with the creative brand to bring you this wonderful set. You can enjoy ten free digi stamps featuring a picnic basket, watermelon slice, ice cream cone and more. Homemaker Die Cuts & Digi Stamps - Templates and Digi Stamp Kit
  9. Make A Bright Pop Up Template (for page 36)
    Honeycomb paper can be used for a variety of designs, adding texture and dimension to your makes. Here, Colette Smith has layered rainbow colours of tissue paper for a bright design that leaps from the page as soon as the card is opened. This cheery hot air balloon is delightful, and the technique works well with simple shapes – from hearts and diamonds, to apples and trees. Once you’ve mastered it, you’ll be able to experiment with other makes. Homemaker Die Cuts & Digi Stamps - Templates and Digi Stamp Kit
  10. Circus Digi Stamps (for page 44)
    Here you’ll find a set of circus-themed digi stamps, designed by Helen Fitzjohn. Perfect for a myriad of celebratory cards, they’re ready for you to download, print and colour in as many times as you like. You can resize the artwork to suit your needs – just make sure you show the PDF at ‘actual size’ so you can see exactly how large your images will be when printed. Homemaker Die Cuts & Digi Stamps - Templates and Digi Stamp Kit
  11. Craft Easy Apertures Template (for page 54)
    While this is the perfect design to welcome anyone to a new home, think about all the possibilities it could have to celebrate a special occasion – create different scenes behind each window, add a different family member behind each pane... it really is up to you how you want to add your own take to this design. Homemaker Die Cuts & Digi Stamps - Templates and Digi Stamp Kit
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