The Santa image on this page and the next are free for you to download and enjoy. To download all you need to do is to click on the image above to see the full size version then right click on the full size image and save this to your computer.
Two Father Christmas images form this free digital stamp set. The Santa on the next page is holding a blank scroll for you to add your own text. This image on this page is that of a classic vintage Santa Claus or Father Christmas head. Slightly less rotund than some modern images yet still with a twinkle in his eye, this vintage Santa Claus will add an elegant touch to your Christmas and holidays projects. There are many ways to color and decorate this stamp. In order to complement the vintage style of the image you could consider coloring the design with muted shades or through using a light wash of color using water color paints (make sure your printer ink is waterproof before trying this). Another way of using this image is to distress the paper slightly to give it the feel of an old book.
About this Father Christmas Image
The Father Christmas or Santa images on this and the next page are from public domain images that are part of the Open Clipart Library. I have converted the images into black and white, edited them as necessary and created high definition 300 dpi images that are perfect for using as digital stamps. For more Christmas and holidays digital stamps see here - Christmas Digital Stamps.
About Digital Stamps
Whether you are a seasoned digital stamper or trying digi-stamps for the first time, these free digital stamps give you the opportunity to work with new designs or practice different techniques.
Digital stamps are growing in popularity. There are both advantages and disadvantages to digital stamping. On the plus side there is plenty of opportunity for manipulating images on your computer prior to printing and, of course, digital stamps are often low cost or free. The disadvantages include the fact that digital stamping bypasses the creative process of inking and applying the stamp to the page, which, for many, is a much-loved part of stamping.
For more information about using digital stamps, including how to download and print digital stamps, see - The Complete Guide to Digital Stamps.