Digi Stamping…

I know hearing the word "digital" makes many people run in the opposite direction.  However, I assure you you will think differently after watching this.  Just watch. :)

021710 Buttefly Digi Jen McGuire copy 6
021710 Buttefly Digi Jen McGuire 6
(c) Hero Arts Blog.  Supplies and information HERE.

Considering the price (most are a buck or two), you can get a lot of mileage out of a digi stamp.  And being able to use them in any size?  Delightful.

I went through and picked my favorite Hero Arts digital images – ones that could just be used as digital stamps like in the video above – even in Word…

  • THIS one would be great for tone-on-tone backgrounds.  Check out Lucy's card HERE.  Wow.
  • THIS owl just rocks.  He comes in a variety of colors, too.  I like the open one so you can color it however you want.


  • THIS background is a must-have.  (Remember it?  It is actually a slightly modified love letter from my great grandfather to my great grandmother.)  Love the card HERE using it.
  • Think of all the fun you could have with THESE dots.  Yum.
  • HERE are the butterflies I used above.  I also adore THESE.  Fabulous card idea HERE.
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  • THIS one is great for creating your own text backgrounds in any colors you want.  HERE is a great card idea of using it small and large scale.
  • THESE would be great for just printing and cutting out.
  • Talk about classy – HERE.  Great card HERE.
  • It is good to have some digi greetings.  Great set HERE.
  • And THIS set is FREE!!!

And, if you want to know how classic these digital stamped cards can be, check out Lucy's blog often.  So gorgeous.  And I believe she does most or all of her creations in Word.

If you are interested in more digi stamping options, THESE from Jane are super cute, too.

I hope you all give digi stamping a try.  You know how I love to enable! :)

Oh, and all you Silhouette folks… the heat transfer stuff is in!  I can't wait to play with it.  Check it out HERE – they are doing giveaways.  

And!  One more thing.  A sweet person told me you can actually subscribe to my Formspring question/answer page on your Google Reader.  Pretty cool.

Take care.

60 CommentsCards, Cool links, Videos

  1. Lizette Lehmkuhl

    Stunning as usual. Thnk you for sharing.

  2. Ann

    BRILLIANT – thanks so much Jennifer for the inspiration!

  3. Just when I thought I didn’t need to get into digital, I come across your post. I now own one of each of the items you featured from TwoPeas. Thanks! :)

  4. Awesome Jennifer: as per usual!! Thank you so much for sharing.

    Jennifer L

  5. Your Butterfly is Wow. I made a hanging with the same butterfly by getting inspired by yours. Thanks. The info. on Digi files is great too.
    Could you please tell me how to change the color of the Old letter writting and Polka dots ? If you know any website with this info. Thanks in advance.

  6. in a photo editing program, you can change the hue/saturation – thus the color.

  7. Thanks for the video Jennifer. I made a butterfly hanging using the digi image and it looks great. I also had bought old letter writing and polka dots but cant change the color of the writing when I change Hue/Saturation. Could you please help???

  8. what are you working in – PS?

  9. Hi!

    Today I posted an entry on my blog with a link to this video.

    I’d appreciate your letting me know if that’s OK.


    Nancy Ward

  10. sure! you can link to me.

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