Q - Can I use these images in a swap that I am participating in?

A - Yes...be sure to credit or link back to this site.

Q - I made cards with these images, 
can I sell my cards at a craft show or on Etsy?

A - Yes...

Q - Can I use these images for my Etsy banner, 
blog header, or for business cards?

A - Yes...

Q - I wanted to make rubber stamps with your images to sell, is this ok?

A - Some of these images are original designs, are from my personal vintage ephemera collection, or are retired stamp images from Stampin'D'Amour, which are being shared for free and not available to use to make rubber or clear stamps to sell.

Q - What type of paper should I use for a digital stamp?

A - To check out the results for myself, 
I printed a copy on regular Office Max everyday paper with a laser printer and a copy with Neenah Solar White cardstock with an ink jet printer 
{printer settings on greeting card}....

You can see the amount of ink absorbed through the paper on the back.

Obviously, the regular paper is no match against the Neenah cardstock...for coloring.

Plus, it didn't seem really ideal to use with Copic markers on regular paper - it was difficult to blend and the paper absorbed the ink...as you can see it soaks right through the paper...although, it looks like a nice watercolor painting on the back.

You might be asking,
"Why didn't you run the cardstock through your laser printer?"

My laser printer doesn't seem to like thicker paper.
The ink jet printer handled it well.
No smudging from the Copic markers using an ink jet printer.

This Crate paper would be cute to use...
so many pretty paper choices.

I added a tiny party hat...
and a "Happy Birthday" greeting...
(printed on regular paper, since I wasn't coloring it).

This adorable image can be found HERE
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