She is GORGEOUS!!! I'm sending this card to one of my girlfriends... I meant to send out a card to her a while ago now, but just haven't had the chance to create a card, and send one. But here I am, creating all these other cards, and then what? LOL... so seriously - this one, this one has got to go to her. When it's going in the mail? I just don't know. LOL...
I have had several emails asking me questions about digital images - since I started using them, a lot have been eye-googling, but not convinced that it's something they'd wanna try.
Anyways, got an email from a reader stating that she wanted to use these digi images, but also love paper piecing - and thought that paper piecing could only be done with rubber stamped images. So, I've posted below pics of how to do it with digi images. It's fairly simple, and pretty much the same steps as if you were using a rubber stamp.
So the first thing you'd do is cut your design sheet paper to 8-1/2 x 11, put the design sheet paper into your printer, and print the exact image of the one you printed out on the white card stock. You just have to remember not to resize your image. Most DSPs will take to the ink that your printer let's out - but some may not. SOME - you can check this by simply using a marker (non alcohol base) put a small mark on your DSP and see if it smears on your DSP. Or how long you need to wait prior to it NOT smearing. Hope This Helps!!!! Of course, with a laser printer, you wouldn't need to go through all that trouble, as it should work just fine.
Ok - so here are the two photos that I just explained in the prior paragraph.... cut your DSP to fit your printer, and then re-print your image...
All Pau! =0)
Ok, if you need more inspiration, please check out the other creations made by the Sassy Studio Designs team, you can find links to their blogs on the left sidebar of my blog, under "Sassy Studio Designs DT".
Alright - it's a HOT day here today, and Cy has a high fever. Going to take him down to the doctor's soon, but you all try n' stay cool!!