Digital stamps video tutorial
I received many requests from my Copic students to show them what digitals stamps are and the process of getting them onto paper! Digital stamps are easy and fun to use. They are very versatile from being able to change the size to combining with other digital and non-digital elements. I have used digital stamps for at least 7 years but of course, not exclusively. Nothing can fully replace the smell and feel of stamping with rubber stamps and inks.
My favorite reasons for using digital stamps: versatility, storage and lower cost. I mentioned a few of the versatility benefits above. The storage requirements for digital stamps are a computer and enough memory. No 3 ring binders, no DVD cases, no storage sheets and of course all of these storage solutions cost more money! Let’s talk the cost of a digital. Cost of a digital stamp typically range from $3 to $5. Cost of the same image in rubber form? $8-15. And how many crafters, use a stamp once, and it never sees the light of day again? I raised my hand, and I will also confess to never using some of my purchases. Shameful:)
The video is about 7 min and shows the basic “how to” for digital stamping. If you have any questions or need further clarification or help, please feel free to comment below or shoot me an email.
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