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What is a digital stamp?
How do I resize and print the digistamp?
Are there restrictions as to how I am allowed to use a digital stamp?
Are there advantages of using a digital stamp versus a traditional rubber stamp?
Are there disadvantages of using a digital stamp versus a traditional rubber stamp?
How should I store my digistamps?
May I share your digistamps with friends or family?
Can I get a refund?

What is a digital stamp?
A digital stamp (or digistamp) is a black and white line drawing that has been saved as a computer file.

How do I resize and print the digistamp?
1. Insert your saved image into your word processor (MSWord), photo editing sofware (Adobe Photoshop), or graphics programme (Paint, Inkscape, Corel).
2. Click on the image and drag one of the corners to resize it to the desired size.
3. If desired, you can flip the image as well
4. Print and have fun.
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Are there restrictions as to how I am allowed to use a digital stamp?
Yes, there are, and these are clearly indicated in our Angel Policy.
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Are there advantages of using a digital stamp versus a traditional rubber stamp?
These are the advantage I have experienced:
1. Digistamps are inexpensive, and there are no shipping costs involved in the purchase!
2. Digistamps do not require storage space in your home - they are stored as files on your computer.
3. If your printer works correctly, you will produce clean images every time you print a digistamp - no messy ink smudges.
4. There is no need to clean your stamps of ink after use, as they are computer files! A 'plus' in my books as I do not need to spend money on expensive cleaning liquids.
5. And this is my favourite advantage - digistamps can be resized, rotated, and flipped.
6. No waiting for the postman to arrive with your parcel - as soon as you have paid for the digistamp you can download it - anywhere in the world!
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Are there disadvantages of using a digital stamp versus a traditional rubber stamp?
1. I think the one major disadvantage is that it is difficult to emboss a printed images versus am image stamped with embossing inks. When I have wanted to emboss a digistamp I print out the image, then trace the lines with an embossing pen.
2. Because digistamps are electronic files stored on your computer, you will always face the risk of losing this data through a computer crash. Best to back them up on an external drive as well.
3. Digistamps printed on inkjet printers are known to 'bleed'. This means that the black printed lines may run a little into the area you are colouring in. Sometimes using a heatgun to set the ink before you colour in will work. Otherwise work very carefully near the lines!
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How should I store my digistamps?
I have found that the best way of organising my digistamps from various artists/companies, is to create a separate folder on my hard drive with the name of the specific artist/company, and then store those relevant files there. When they are all jumbled in one folder, it is extremely difficult to give credit where credit is due!
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May I share your digistamps with friends or family?
Oops, sorry, sharing Digistamps4Joy digistamps without our permission is not allowed. However, if you are going to teach a class how to colour in a digistamp, you are allowed to pre-print the images for the students. Please read our Angel Policy for further guidelines. The Angel Policy rules also apply to FREEBIES that are given away from DS4J.
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Can I get a refund?
All our digistamps are electronic files, and for this reason we cannot refund any purchases. If you find that the file you purchased and downloaded is corrupt, then please contact me and I will gladly resend you the same image.
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