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OMG! There are sooooo many I can't say which is my favourite. I do love these ones tho: A Day for Daisies, Mo Manning (Digital Pencil), Michelle Perkett, Paper Shelter, CC Designs... just to name a few. I'm all over the place looking for new digi stamps all the time. I just love them.
I have just read about digital stamps. Can someone give me a quick run down on how to use them. I'm assuming that you download it to your computer then use it from there. Do you print them, cut & color or print them straight to your card? Can you move the image around and lastly, what program do you all use to use the stamps.
I know a lot of questions, been out of the loop for a few years but it seems like eons!
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If you are looking for a lot of these places that offer digi stamps, there are 2 places that have a lot of the group of artists. They are Crafter's Digital Art Center and Outlawz. They will ask you to join but it is for free and you get to see alot of different artists' work. Paper Craft Planet will again ask you to join but you will get to see Mo's, Phindy's, Nanny Vic's work. So there are a lot to see. Free Digital Stamps offer daily freebies from a lot of these artists or will steer you to latest groups etc. You will find Dearie Dolls, Anne Fenton and Sandi Samples just to name a few.
Now, to answer the other question about Digis. You can download to pictures or documents. Copy them and use MS Word or Open Office and paste them. The fun come when you can shrink them, flip them or join them with other digis especially in the png form. You can do it in Jpeg but png is easier. You can also add your own Sentiment to the digis. Remember there are also coloring pages that you can also you as digis. Very versatile and require little storeage unlike wooden or clear stamps. Don't get me wrong I still use the former but also do a lot of digis. Hugs, and hope this helps. Josie
I download them to my desk top, then drag the image into a word document and make it the size I want. I then print it on cardstock that I can color with alcohol markers. I've never tried to print directly to a card, but I suppose you could if you could line it up right... Have fun. I love digi stamps.
I really like digi stamps. They are easy to resize to get as large as I want. I can easily print a page with 6 on it and never once worry about making sure the lines are stamped perfectly. They are just a lot esier.