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Sticky Animals

These twenty five beautifully handcrafted stickers have been realized by an artist who is passionate about painting

These twenty five beautifully handcrafted stickers have been realized by an artist who is passionate about painting

Sticky Animals

by Arnaud Van der Vorst
Sticky Animals
Sticky Animals
Sticky Animals

What is it about?

These twenty five beautifully handcrafted stickers have been realized by an artist who is passionate about painting. Each animal represents an emotion that you can use to express your own feelings in your communications. The fine details of these watercolors offer you a unique way to convey your deepest emotions to the people you love. Send one of these exclusive stickers to your friends or to your family and see how they react.

Sticky Animals

Sticky Animals has stickers

like these

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App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
NA
Size
11Mb
Genre
Stickers Animals & Nature Art Social Networking
Last updated
September 27, 2016
Release date
September 27, 2016
More info

App Store Description

These twenty five beautifully handcrafted stickers have been realized by an artist who is passionate about painting. Each animal represents an emotion that you can use to express your own feelings in your communications. The fine details of these watercolors offer you a unique way to convey your deepest emotions to the people you love. Send one of these exclusive stickers to your friends or to your family and see how they react.

"A painting requires a little mystery, some vagueness, some fantasy. When you always make your meaning perfectly plain you end up boring people." - Edgar Degas