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issue-148

FREE Animal Pun Digi Stamps

Card making Digi Stamps

Make your recipients giggle with these exclusive (and ever so funny) printables by Colette Smith!

FREE Animal Pun Digi Stamps

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1 Press ‘Click here to download now’ then log in – or register if you don’t currently have an account with us.
2 Click ‘Download now’ and you’ll see the download processing at the bottom of your screen.
3 Open the folder, then right-click on the file and select ‘Print’.

PNGs discussed
These digi stamps are so versatile because they’re PNG files. What’s a PNG we hear you ask? We’ll tell you! It stands for Portable Network Graphic and it’s a very common image file type. The main benefit is that the background is transparent, which means you can print your motifs onto coloured card or even patterned paper… exciting! Don’t forget, you can also manipulate or resize the motifs before printing if you’re feeling adventurous.

Colouring time
Alcohol markers are often the best choice for colouring in digi stamps. Always place the paper you’re working with on top of something porous because the ink will come through to the other side – this is normal as it needs to soak through the paper’s fibres in order to create smooth, vivid colors. Placing paper underneath will pull the bleed downwards rather than outwards and it will also help protect your work surface.

Words at the ready
You’ve got plenty of sentiment choices in this digi stamp collection, making it extremely easy for you to put a strong greeting together. You can place the motif and phrase together on your computer – as you can see with our cat and toad greeting – for a smooth, professional finish. If you’ve got another sentiment in mind, you can always use a physical stamp… or generate your own digital one!

Enjoy the full card projects here.

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Issue 148 templates

To download our templates, simply click ‘Download Now!’ and it will open in your browser. Why not send us a picture of your project once you’re done? Email cayle.hotene@aceville.co.uk for your…