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  1. Crackerbox
    04-24-2014 05:24 AM - permalink
    Hello Geni, Thank you for taking time to comment on the Rustic Mill card I made. I appreciate it. You must of had a great honeymoon! Thanks again. Vicky Briggs
  2. gabbygal
    10-03-2013 11:30 AM - permalink
    Hello Geni, That was so nice of you to stop by with a sweet comment on my tea cup card. I use mostly stamps but wanted something special so I found this on line, enlarged it. I've only just started using some digi prints with the remainder stamped. I like that I'm able to size it to my project. There is a lot of free art out there! Betty
  3. Jusmaykit
    02-20-2013 03:49 AM - permalink
    Hi! Thanks so much for taking the time to post a lovely comment on my "Celebrate Life" card! Much appreciated!
    Happy stamping & creating
  4. shawn-eindiangirl
    05-24-2012 12:37 PM - permalink
    Hi Geni! I'm so glad you asked! I'm the Illustrator of the Studio 313 line of digi's at M5D. That particuar digi is done in a somewhat thin natural pencil stroke in my Illustrator program at 300 dpi. All of my digi's are created at 300 dpi. That is the best quality and should come out crisper than handstamped. The only way they would look pixelated at all is if you enlarged it to maybe 12 inches or so, LOL! I'm sorry you had a bad experience in the past. I have come to love the ability to resize and never have to throw anything away because I smudged ink with my stamp or didn't use the right pressure! I hope you have better luck in the future with digi's, I'm sure there are some people out there putting out digi's that aren't quite sure what they're doing but I think most do these days.

    Best of luck! I'm glad you liked my little pig enough to contact me!


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