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Old 08-10-2011, 03:46 AM   #1
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Default Digital Stamps-Get the Scoop

What are these Digi Stamps everyone keeps talking about?
Digi Stamps are downloadable files that you save to your computer and print onto cardstock. They are wonderful for cardmaking, scrapbooking and other paper crafts. They are an inexpensive alternative to actual stamps and can even be used with the stamps you already have.

Here are some of the benefits of Digital Stamps:
-no storage space issues
-perfect image everytime
-the ability to resize your image
-the ability to flip your image
-purchase and play within minutes
-inexpensive


Do I need fancy software to use digis?
Thankfully, no! You can open, resize and print your digis right from Microsoft Word (a program that comes standard with most computers).

Follow the steps below to open and resize your digis using Microsoft Word.


To open a digi in Word:

Open a new document in Word. In the main tool bar click Insert>Picture>From File. Choose the file you want to open and click Insert.

To resize a digi in Word:

Click on the image and a black box will appear around the image. Click and drag the bottom right corner toward the top left corner to resize to your liking.


Can I share Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps digis with my friends?
I must emphatically answer, NO. Our digi stamps are hand drawn by either myself (Korin Sutherland) or our designers thus Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps reserves all rights for our designs. Our digi stamp illustrations are intended for your personal use ONLY. You are not permitted to redistribute (including copying, lending, duplicating, sharing, reselling, etc..) ANY of our digi illustrations. This includes our FREE digis as well.


You can view our full line of digital stamps HERE.
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Old 08-15-2011, 03:18 PM   #2
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I travel all the time, (my husband and I are Itinerate Ministers) and the digi's are a life saver since I can't take stamps but I can fill my suitcase with SweetnSassy Digi's, thank you so much. Your Digi's I am proud to use because they are clean and none of them have a thing I need to be ashamed of. Hugs Cathy
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I travel all the time, (my husband and I are Itinerate Ministers) and the digi's are a life saver since I can't take stamps but I can fill my suitcase with SweetnSassy Digi's, thank you so much. Your Digi's I am proud to use because they are clean and none of them have a thing I need to be ashamed of. Hugs Cathy
I am so glad to "hear" you say that....we are all about wholesome, God-honoring images .
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I would just like to add that it's important to plan and implement a system for keeping track of the digital images you acquire. More than once I've purchased a digi I already own a SECOND time because I'd forgotten I already purchased it! (If it was cute the first time, it was still cute the second time!)

For my system, I created several Word documents, each with a theme, and placed a copy of each digi in the appropriate document along with the name of the artist/company from where I got it. For example, I have a Word document called Aliens, Robots, and Monsters. Any digi that falls into this category goes there with the artist/company information. I have also set up files on a separate storage unit for each artist/company I purchase from and store the original digis there for future access.

I did not start this process in the beginning and, as a result, have lost many of the images I first purchased. If you start out your digital stamp journey with a system, you'll be much happier!
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I would just like to add that it's important to plan and implement a system for keeping track of the digital images you acquire. More than once I've purchased a digi I already own a SECOND time because I'd forgotten I already purchased it! (If it was cute the first time, it was still cute the second time!)

For my system, I created several Word documents, each with a theme, and placed a copy of each digi in the appropriate document along with the name of the artist/company from where I got it. For example, I have a Word document called Aliens, Robots, and Monsters. Any digi that falls into this category goes there with the artist/company information. I have also set up files on a separate storage unit for each artist/company I purchase from and store the original digis there for future access.

I did not start this process in the beginning and, as a result, have lost many of the images I first purchased. If you start out your digital stamp journey with a system, you'll be much happier!
Fantastic tip! Thank you for sharing !!
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I would just like to add that it's important to plan and implement a system for keeping track of the digital images you acquire. More than once I've purchased a digi I already own a SECOND time because I'd forgotten I already purchased it! (If it was cute the first time, it was still cute the second time!)

For my system, I created several Word documents, each with a theme, and placed a copy of each digi in the appropriate document along with the name of the artist/company from where I got it. For example, I have a Word document called Aliens, Robots, and Monsters. Any digi that falls into this category goes there with the artist/company information. I have also set up files on a separate storage unit for each artist/company I purchase from and store the original digis there for future access.

I did not start this process in the beginning and, as a result, have lost many of the images I first purchased. If you start out your digital stamp journey with a system, you'll be much happier!
You just DO NOT know how much I {puffy heart} this post! I looooooove a good organizational system!
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