I have always felt a little reluctrance against digi stamp sets. Just because I like the smell of (new) rubber, the ink on my hands. Yeah I know, strange habbit isn't it;-P and the possibility to make little scenes with stamps. Don't forget my lack of printer knowledge and the fear of messing things up, like not getting the right stamp size.... blablabla;-)
But...I've tried and with a little help of my dear friend Nikki I've done it!! I've made my first digital stamped card ever and yes I am totally sold!!! This way of "stamping" opens so much possibillities. One BIG advantage is that you can order your digistamps and get them right away, I am a very unpatience person so this is a huge thing to me:-P (No waiting days or weeks till you finally have the newbies in your hand) You don't have to ink anything up, you can print and stamp right away. I had some doubts about my Prisma's, odorless spirits and my printer ink but this was no problem at all (don't no about Copics and printer ink but I will try that later on)
Now, won't I buy any rubber stamps anymore? No, I love to hold a stamp and this will never change. But there are lots of images I like to work with perhaps a couple of times and don't want to invest a lot of euro's in them. (A girl has to choose sometimes doesn't she:-)) So for me it opens a new world but I won't say goodbye to the "real" thing.
Okay that was my little story about Digi Stamping. The card I've made was made with an image from My Furriest Friends, the whole set is available at Bunny Zoe's Crafts for only £6! The designpaper and embellishments came all from a Kit form Card Art
Have a wonderful evening!