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Wednesday, November 12, 2014
What's On Your Workspace Wednesday #284 (WOYWW)
It's What's On YOUR Workspace Wednesday time over at the Stamping Ground for the 284th time!! And I am back again to share my workspace... even though I have not been able to get any of my other posts for this week finished - grin! I do love sharing my space and peeking in on a lot of other spaces from people who are sharing from all over the world. You might want to pop over and check it out.
From these photos you will be able to tell that it is Christmas Card Making Time at my house....
and I am sharing this series of absolutely fantastic Digital Stamps that I fell in love with and purchased from the CrackerBox Palace, an American company which gives you the option of purchasing their images as traditional wooden block or acrylic stamps or as digital stamps that can be downloaded almost immediately.
I am LOVING digital stamps because not only am I able to have them right away, but I can also store them on my computer instead of taking up more space in my studio, and I have the ability to size them to whatever size works for my project and print them out on whatever type of paper works for me at the time.
And since I absolutely LOVE to color (with Copics or watercolor pencils) and to fussy cut my images... it's a match made in heaven!
I have spent most of my creative time Tuesday night coloring three each of these four images... and now all I have to do is to mount them on a background and find the perfect sayings - and 12 Christmas cards are done!
So thank you for popping in to see what I am up to this week, and please do leave me a comment and let me know if you use/like or would even try using digital stamps! (And HERE is where you can go see what everyone else is doing on Wednesday!)
Cheers! Scrapbook Lynne Mizera