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Last updated on April 29, 2022
Welcome to my enchanted and whimsical world of "babybuds". My name is Mary Anne, I live in Canada. I have been interested and passionate about art most of my life. I started card making and stamping with my daughter a few years ago. I am new at this but she is an old hand at stamping. I found myself intrigued about designing my own cards and stamps and pulled out some old designs I had done back in 2000 called "baby bud". Amazingly enough they transcribed very nicely to the "stamping world" and the rest is history. I am delighted to "introduce you to my old friends and share them with you. I hope they bring a smile to your face as they have mine for so long!!

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Our Angel Policy:

Each and every BabyBud Image are original artwork created and copyrighted by BabyBudDesigns. BabyBud digital images are for personal and non-commercial use only. Crafters may use our products to produce any creations they would like, which can include selling or otherwise distributing these creations in limited quantities.

Wherever possible, BabyBudDesigns Trademarks and Copyrights should be displayed.

BabyBudDesigns images may not be reproduced or copied in any form by any means, graphic, electronic, or mechanical, including photocopying. Baby Bud Designs does not condone large group 'image swaps' of any kind.

Important Note: These policies are not designed to inhibit the creative output of stampers and in fact help protect the hand stamping & digital crafting business, by ensuring that crafters who want to sell their hand crafted products can do so without the fear of competing with mass produced versions of the same image. It also protects the designers ensuring that they can continue to provide a wide range of interesting and innovative designs.