Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Who Says Part 2

Good Afternoon To You All!

I know I already posted about using Copics for things other than cards, and this posting is in the vein. It's actually a bit of a testament to the versatility of the digital stamp as well. I can print those little puppies whatever size I want pretty much which is what I did for the scrapbooking layout I did below. I colored her in and put her on my page - isn't she cute? She's acid free and scrapbook save! (After the alcohol in the ink evaporates, it's all good. I know going from cards to scrapbooks is not much of a stretch by any means, but I want all my scrappy friends out there to know it can be done. I like to use the digital stamps in layouts because I can make them an embellishment to fit anywhere - big or small, but there are plenty of stamps out there that are big enough just the way they are to use in a layout. I'll post them as they get done. So that said enjoy and keep stamps and Copic colored images in mind for your next layout!

Coming soon: A preview of July's Copic Tech Class - One Fish, Two Fish!

Until next time,

This little cute is Soccer Anya from one of my favs, The Greeting Farm

This was a blast - Jenna attended Crew Camp last Spring - she got to practice her skeelz with members of the Columbus Crew Major League Soccer team.


  1. I may have to look into this digital stamping thing. This sounds like a great way to make a grown up coloring book, ahem, I mean a way to practice my Copic techniques...

  2. I re-size them and let Jenna color them in too. And you're absolutely right, its an inexpensive way to practice your technique. There's a company called All That Scraps that has digital stamps I like as well. I'm sure there's more I just haven't poked around a bunch to find them. I don't know what kind of printer you have, but I know laser printers work well and I print stuff from my Kodak inkjet (I believe set on standard, not best) and I haven't had any bleeding or smearing with my Copics.