Ex-libris Daisies

Dimensions: 5 x 7 cm

Daisies have many meanings. In Norse mythology it was the flower of Freyja the goddess of love and signified new beginnings. The nymph Belides was turned into a daisy by the god of vegetation, Vertumnus, when she did not correspond to his proposals. It is said that she is the representation of innocence because of her white color. All these myths have made this flower one of the most common and easy to recognize. In the collection of flowers could not be missing.

An ex-libris collection dedicated to flowers

This ex-libris dedicated to daisies is part of a collection of five ex-libris with floral motifs. Five stamps that bring us closer to spring. 

A stamp to mark all your books

All my stamps are made to mark thousands of books. No matter the size of your library, they can mark infinitely. Remember that you can personalize it with your name, write it in the inscription section that you will find just below the options.
All stamps are handmade.

Remember that in the "Gifts" section you can buy a gift card so you can choose what you like the most.

It is advisable to clean the ex-libris after each use so that the seal lasts longer. After marking your books, simply take a sheet of paper and stamp until there is no ink left. Do not wash it with water or use solvents, as these could damage the engraving. Avoid rubbing it against abrasive surfaces or scouring pads.

The entire production process takes place in Roser's workshop in Barcelona.

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