tiddlyinks

Acrylic and Digital Stamps

788 Sales

tiddlyinks

Acrylic and Digital Stamps

788 Sales On Etsy since 2007

5 out of 5 stars
(354)

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Christy

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Announcement   Tiddly Inks--acrylic and digital stamps illustrated by Christy Croll
You can find more info, freebies, and examples of completed projects on www.tiddlyinks.com or visit blog.tiddlyinks.com.

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Last updated on Nov 25, 2017

Tiddly Inks--acrylic and digital stamps illustrated by Christy Croll
You can find more info, freebies, and examples of completed projects on www.tiddlyinks.com or visit blog.tiddlyinks.com.

Christy

Contact shop owner

Christy

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5 out of 5 stars
(354)
Scrappy Rat Designs

Scrappy Rat Designs on Apr 5, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

I love these! They're adorable and the prices are so reasonable. Thank you!

Scrappy Rat Designs

Scrappy Rat Designs on Apr 5, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

I can't seem to get enough Tiddly Inks stamps, both in digital and rubber stamp form. They're adorable and clever. I know I will be back for more! :)

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  • Christy

    Owner

    I am a self-trained illustrator and mother of one....happily doodling on my computer for the past 7 years. I sell my cute and gothic images as digital stamps and sometimes turn them into clear stamps (made in the US) for scrapbooking.

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More information

Last updated on Nov 25, 2017
Frequently asked questions

Where can I find examples of your work?

You can visit my blog at https://blog.tiddlyinks.com or my Facebook Fan page https://www.facebook.com/groups/tiddlyinksstamps

Am I allowed to sell Tiddly Inks artwork that I color?

Mostly No.

See the full TIDDLY INKS Terms of Use included in the downloads after purchase.
All digital products are original artwork created by Christy Croll and all rights are reserved. The copyright on this design continues to belong to Tiddly Inks and the artist after purchase.
• This is offered only for personal use---it may NOT be used for commercial reproduction. You may sell handmade cards, but not the images themselves. You may not claim this as your own design.
• Only the single, original purchaser has the right to use the product.
see additional TERMS for instances not covered here...