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Old 12-10-2018, 03:43 PM   #1
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Default Digi Stamp Explanation?

I've heard of digital stamping but have never looked into it and was wondering what it's all about? How does it work? What do you do? Please explain.
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Old 12-10-2018, 04:30 PM   #2
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Digital stamps are an electronic version of a rubber stamp. For a thorough explanation of what they are and how to easily use them in MS Word, I recommend you visit Make it Crafty website.

Scroll to the bottom of their home page, look under the heading Information, then click on the FAQ - Questions and help, then look under the USING DIGITAL STAMPS - everything you need to know is there. Digital & Rubber Stamps for Every Scene - Make it Crafty

I hope this link takes you directly to that page.

FAQ - Digital & Rubber Stamps for Every Scene - Make it Crafty

Some people will argue that digi stamping isn't really stamping. I think that argument is lost now that the marvelous MISTI has been created. With instructions a five year old can do both

Hope this info helps.

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