I had a few requests to do a tutorial on how to work with the digital images that I got from PCCrafter so I got a tutorial made on how to open in a photo program and add a shadow to the image. It also talks about how to print the images where it is easy to know what size you are printing.
Great tutorial. Can you change the colors on the images? Once you have them printed do you cut them out? Sorry so many questions, loved the card series you have posted on these ladies!!ReplyDelete
I think someone said if you buy the full version of the Hugware you can print them so you can color them. I haven't tried to change the colors in my photo program. I do cut them with my guillotine cutter after I print them. This one I cut at 2.25 inches by 3 inches.ReplyDelete
Great, thanks for the info!!ReplyDelete
I used to be a member of PCCrafters and when my PC hard disk crashed I lost the Hugware, etc. You are inspiring me to get back with them - they do have some really cute clip art!!ReplyDelete
Thanks for this video - it is exactly what I was hoping for. Now I can try it out myself.ReplyDelete
I appreciate you sharing the video on these lovely ladies! :) I've enjoyed all the cards you've been making with them... :)ReplyDelete
Great Video OKIE!!!ReplyDelete
I had not heard of PCCrafter before now. I agree, it will save $$ on buying indiviual stamps.
I had not really ever paid any attention to PCCrafter - but these Diva Va Vooms sent me to their site yesterday. Oh what an enabler you are, Okie!!ReplyDelete
TFS this tutorial, Okie....love that little lady!ReplyDelete
Got the extra set of images but don't have a photo editor so I'll have to continue to shade them by hand. Sigh...ReplyDelete
thanks so much for sharing! great tutorial!ReplyDelete
I have used the PC clip art for years and love it...I'm not much of a stamper and would rather use clip art instead of coloring my own. Love your Diva cards..tfs!!ReplyDelete