HEY FRIENDS! If you love digital stamps as much as I do, you need to check out the digital stamps released by Colorado Craft Company this past weekend. Now I know that some of you have avoided digital stamps because you think that using them is too complicated or you’re not tech savvy enough to do it. But I have a new video to show you how to download, arrange, and print your images using software you probably already have on your computer — Microsoft Word. And to get your feet wet, Colorado Craft Company is offering a digital stamp that you can try for free!
Check out my new video. If the video doesn’t appear below, click HERE to view.
I love digital stamps because as some of you know I live in a nineteenth century rowhouse in Baltimore that I swear was built before the invention of closets. We’ve since added some custom closets in my studio but overall, we’re short on storage and stamps and other craft supplies take up a lot of space. So I embraced digital stamps early on because I can store far more stamps on my computer than I’ll ever be able to keep in my studio.
About 80 stamps are currently available from Colorado Craft Company and many stamps are set to be added on a regular basis. Due to copyright and licensing agreements, images by Anita Jeram and Kris Lauren are not available as digital downloads. However, you’ll see a variety of images from the Big & Bold, Lovely Legs, Whimsy World and Savvy Sentiments lines as well as some designs that have never been seen before.
Be sure you take a look at the description to see the conditions of use for each digital stamp. You can resize the stamps or change the colors of the lines. Just remember that you do not own the art, so the stamps are for personal use only. No selling the files to a third party or loading them to a public site so that others can use them for free. The full conditions of use are listed in each product entry so please read carefully so that you understand how you can and cannot use the digital files.
That’s all for me today!
Supplies for today’s project are linked to multiple sources at the end of this post. Product links may also be displayed in the brackets following the product name. Where available, I use compensated affiliate links at no cost to you. Thank you for your support!