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My Inkie Fingers Tweens with Attitude Fortune Teller Digital Stamp comes with 1 image. Your purchase includes one-line art images that are shown in colored examples. Fortune Teller is part of the Tweens with Attitude family. The Fortune Teller Tween is looking a little surprised as she realizes something. What sentiments do you have in your stash that will suit this image perfectly? Tag us on social media @myinkiefingers & Hashtag #MIFFortuneTeller and/or #MIFDigitalStamps. We always love seeing your creativity.
My Inkie Fingers Fortune Teller Digital Stamp comes in .png (transparent) 300 DPI format for optimal quality. All My Inkie Fingers digital stamp files are black & white line art only. Digital images can be flipped, rotated, and/or resized to fit your project needs. Digital stamps may not be reproduced or altered in any way as per copyright guidelines.
Most importantly, you need a computer, laptop, or mobile device to access the files. Firstly, you will download the image. Secondly, the image requires a printer. Similarly, in the same way that you would use a traditional rubber or photopolymer stamp, you can also color a digital image. Almost any printer will work to print digital images. Most printers will print on 80lb cardstock without an issue. Lastly, add color to the digital image. For best results, print the image on an inkjet printer prior to coloring. In conclusion, it’s important to keep in mind, different printers, cardstock, inks, and markers will vary the final results.
This is an instant download. There are no refunds for this product.
Use @myinkiefingers & Hashtag #MIFFortuneTeller and/or #MIFDigitalStamps on social media to tag this product.
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