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How To Use Digital Stamps

Are you new to using Digital Stamps?  Have you been using Digital Stamps and want to learn more? Either way, we are glad you are here!

What are Digital Stamps

Digital stamps are becoming increasingly popular and they present a stamper with a whole new range of crafting opportunities!  So what is a digital stamp?  They are black and white digital images that you download to your computer.  You are able to use digital stamps in many different ways.  At their most basic, you can print out the digital stamp on your choice of paper and they will look just like a traditional stamped image.  However, one of the best selling points of a digital stamp is that you can resize the images to fit your needs and you can also change its oreination by flipping the image to create a mirror image or rotating them easily all before printing it which gives you more possibilities and allows you to change the look easily!  Another selling point of digital stamps is that they are all on your computer, making them easy to store!  Digital stamps can be used on a variety of papers and cardstocks, and when properly heat set you can use a variety of coloring mediums including colored pencils, markers, and even watercolors.

How are Digital Stamps Used?

Once digital stamps have been printed out, they are used similar to how you would use a traditional stamps. They can be colored and embellished in the same manner and the finished images can be cut out and incorporated into your handmade projects.

Our Digital Stamp Format:

All of our digital stamps are in a .png format with black image lines.  They have a transparent background which is helpful when you want include text, borders, or overlap other digital stamped images to them.

How to Access Your Digital Stamp You Purchased:

How to Heat Set Digital Stamps:

You can heat set digital stamps, but since the ink on most printers dries so quickly, you will need to outline your image with an embossing pen then you can add embossing powders and heat as you normally would.  

 

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