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40% OFF Everything! Annual Summer Sale at Graciellie Design Digital Shop


The past months have been jam packed with stunning creations by the design team and I too have been busy sharing project ideas and tutorials so you can see all the possibilities of our digital stamps! As of today I am preparing for the start of a new DT term and while I do that, our most exciting sale of the year is taking place... You will not want to miss this!

YES, 40% off everything on the shop! Just use code SUMMER2017 during checkout! This sale may not come back next year so make sure you get all those sets on your wishlist today!


Have you followed our blog hops so far? Here are all of my projects featuring stamps from the shop! Just as you I love a product that gives me lots of possibilities, and these digis give you an infinite amount of alternatives from foiling, to embossing, watercoloring, coloring, ink sprays and so much more! Have you been wanting to try out some of these projects? Well, take advantage of this sale and grab all of your favorite sets and then come back to the blog and search for the tutorials on those images so we can guide you through the process!


Here are a few tutorials you might want to try out!


Foil Resist Coloring with Colorbox Inks using Digital Stamps
Find tutorial HERE


More tutorials on Pinterest

These are just a couple of project ideas. There are so many tutorials on this blog and also on our Pinterest board HERE. The designers have created all sorts of beautiful cards and tags and mixed media projects so make sure you check those out too!

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That is it for today! This sale is not going to last long so don't miss out! Visit the shop HERE and don't forget to leave a review and favorite our shop so you always get updates on our new releases! 


Will be back soon with more tutorials and project ideas to share! Until next time!


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  1. Oh wow thank you for letting us know about this I would not have come to know the voice this looks really good and I am going to check it out thanks again.

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  2. Love your butterfly set, Gracie! Another beautiful set from you!!!

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