Copic Markers

Copic markers are on again for today’s creation.  I’m on my once a month kick of using stamps long neglected.  This justifies me buying more stamps and digital stamps.  Whatever, it makes sense in my own head!!

For the love of….digital stamps

Running out of room in your crafting space for more rubber stamps?  Trying to justify the cost of rubber stamps you may only use once…if you even remember you purchased them?  Digital stamps are a wonderful alternative!  If you have Microsoft Word, you can easily work with digital stamps.  They are simply a black line version of a stamp in downloadable file.  The printer does the stamping for you:)!!  Plus storage is a breeze as is merging of images to create scenes.

copic markersThis sweet girl, Flowers 4U,  colored with Copic Markers is from Mo Manning.  She also happens to be a digital stamp!  The file was opened up in Word, I sized the image, dragged to a location in the document for printing, printed and voila…ready to color.  Mo Manning’s stamps are some of my favorite and all of her best stamps are in her shop, Mo’s Digital Pencil, and in the form of digital stamps. Only a portion of her artwork makes it to the rubber stamp market.

The love you stamp is from a Technique Tuesday stamp set and stamped in versafine ink

copic markers In this picture, I’m just playing around with some of my Photoshop filters to see what they look like!  I like the look of a blurred background.  Softens the primary focal image too.

copic markersIf you’re thinking of entering the digital stamp world or have already entered that rabbit hole but still not sure how to do it, leave me a message in the comment section.  If I get enough people interested, I can do a video tutorial to show you how to work in Microsoft Word with digital stamps.

Thanks for swinging by today, and hope your week is going well.



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