Did you say Digi-Stamps?!
What's a digi-stamp? Unity Stamp Co. just tried something totally new! As more of us are being mandated to "shelter in place" due to the spread of the Corona Virus, Unity's headquarters was required to shut down. However, in a world full of digital advantages, Angela opted to release limited edition digital stamps that you can print in the comfort of your home! I still love my classic red rubbers stamps, but this sure is fun to get new stamps so quickly. Oh, and if you're comfortable on a computer... you can also resize these images and alter them to fit any card size! Fun, right?!
CLICK HERE to see the latest digital releases (while they're still available!)
Here are just a few of the cards I made using these awesome new digi-stamps by Unity Stamp Co.
The florals and sentiment above are from the new "In This Together" digi-stamp set. I flipped the flower and resized it to make them vary on the card and colored them using Toner Grey Copics.
This super sweet image is called "Quarantine Dream" and it is just too darn cute! I mean, who wouldn't want to be surrounded by so much love. For this card I added a little fun using the Simon Says Stamp stencil "Paw Print."
The "Pray More" digi-stamp set is just perfect for these times. It just speaks volumes. For this card, I used a Gina Marie Design "Pleated Lace Recangle" die with the sentiment. I fussy cut the praying image and used foam tape to adhere her to the corner giving a subtle dimension to the card.
Again, another amazing digi-stamp that encompasses what we are currently feeling. "Faith, Not Fear" digi-stamp is just so moving. To add a little balance to the image, I used the Tim Holtz "Blossom Layering" stencil on the left hand side and a little Ranger Gold Stickles to add some bling to the florals.
I hope that these cards have inspired some of you to create while we are all quarantined. Know that we are all in this together. If you're reading this... you don't have to feel alone. Feel free to reach out to me... I'm home. 🤷🏻♀️
In the meantime... be safe and happy crafting!