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WOW! Floral Bundles are Back! 27 images for only $15!

Finally, our floral stamp bundles are back! This time with an amazing new offer that you won't be able to resist. This bundle includes 27 ready to print images and sentiments, that can be recolored and resized to fit your every papercrafting project! All for only $15 (that is almost 30% off!). At a never seen before price this bundle is a must-have and will be the perfect addition to your digital stamp collection! Get it today: https://goo.gl/vfZS3q

(Available for instant download. Just for a limited time! For personal use only.)


Here are some inspiring project ideas by the design team!





Do you love this bundle? Would you like us to put together other packs just like this one? Let us know on the comments below! Don't forget to get this bundle today if you'd love to have it, since it will be up for only a limited time!


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