Halftone Circles Stamp Set

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    Coordinating Die: Halftone Circles Die Set

    This set features halftone circles in 8 different sizes for an instant one-ink gradient effect! You would be amazed at what you can do with a single halftone circle stamp. The large-scale circles can be used to create bold patterns or unique arrangements on your scrapbook layouts, or you can use the smaller circles to create a stamped background for your cards. The accompanying sentiments are great for any crafty friends. Let your creativity shine through this stamp set!

    This is a 6" x 8" clear stamp set containing 14 stamps made in the USA from high-quality photopolymer.

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Celebrations!

I have used these halftone circles on projects to depict happiness, surprise, celebration. To create backgrounds that exude these qualities. It works too. That was the smaller ones, the larger one I used was somewhat off the card to give the idea of continued movement. The larger sized ones I can see used on layouts.

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Fabulous Circles

Love these Halftone circles! I really like the two options of the gradient coming from the center or from the bottom of the circle. I love the backgrounds I have made and the way the larger circles bring your eye to a focal point.

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Celebrations!

I have used these halftone circles on projects to depict happiness, surprise, celebration. To create backgrounds that exude these qualities. It works too. That was the smaller ones, the larger one I used was somewhat off the card to give the idea of continued movement. The larger sized ones I can see used on layouts.

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Fabulous Circles

Love these Halftone circles! I really like the two options of the gradient coming from the center or from the bottom of the circle. I love the backgrounds I have made and the way the larger circles bring your eye to a focal point.