IS Using Digital Images Cheating?

Kostynuk, Tanya
January 2012
Scrap & Stamp Arts;Jan2012, Vol. 13 Issue 8, p34
The author discusses the significance of digital images in stamping and scrapping. She explores the advantages and disadvantages of digital stamping, and compares it with normal and traditional rubber stamping. The author recognizes the important uses of digital stamping, which could serve as replacement of rubber and as accessory to stamping collection. INSET: TIPS 'N' HINT.


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