Product Showcase: Bitty Blossoms Stamp Set
Stampers love this craft for a host of reasons. The stress release and relaxation, the countless techniques and making something from the heart to brighten someone else's day are just a few.
I also love papercrafting because of the sheer variety of styles a seemingly simple image can have based on the stamp company, illustrator or trend the stamp is based on. If variety is the spice of life, stamping is the most delicious dish on the block!
Take the topic of flowers. The types of styles and looks could almost rival the types of flowers on God's green earth! Stamp Chimp's Bitty Blossoms features a couple of illustration styles that allow the crafter the option of quick and easy bold, layered coloring, line art images for coloring techniques or a combination of both!
These blossoms and leaves were designed to be bitty and to combine multiple flowers for a final focal point. That
These peonies are pretty AND petite and pack a punch for their bitty size. Layer multiple flower images to create beautiful, multi-dimensional flowers. Stamp set also includes outline images of blossoms and leaves to be used together with the layering stamps or separately for coloring techniques.
Peony colors vary dramatically. Chinese or garden peonies come in white, pink, rose and red. Other varieties of peonies expand the peony color palette to shades of coral, deep purple, mahogany and bright yellow. But if you want to know the truth, in stamping, creativity rules the roost, so as far as we're concerned, any color goes!
Peony Meaning & Symbolism
In Japan, peonies symbolize bravery, honor and good fortune. Generally though, peonies symbolize prosperity, good luck, love and honor, which makes them the most popular choice for wedding flowers.
Did You Know
Peonies get their name from Paeon, a deity of healing in Greek mythology. In Chinese medicine, peonies have long been used to treat everything from asthma to headaches, and even pains from childbirth.