The evocative image of Christmas carolers is ideal for making Christmas and holidays cards. This image, with the children singing Christmas carols against the backdrop of a winter street scene, will be slightly more complex to color, however digital stampers who are looking to practice their coloring skills should find this a great image to work on. Try using pens or pencils to get a greater degree of control over the placement of color. Simply add a suitable sentiment to make a quick Christmas or holidays card.
Following the Christmas Carol ThemeThe scene depicting Christmas carolers singing can be combined with words from a favorite carol to create a thoughtful card or scrapbook page. Choose a Christmas carol that has words that are meaningful to you and the recipient or look for words that share a special message. More information about Christmas carols plus lyrics from some of the most popular can be found here - Christmas Carols. The words from the popular carol, We Wish You a Merry Christmas, are published on the next page.
About this Image
This Christmas carolers image is from a collection of public domain images that are part of the Open Clipart Library. I have converted the images into black and white, edited them as necessary and created high definition 300 dpi images that are perfect for using as digital stamps. For more Christmas and holidays digital stamps see here - Christmas Digital Stamps.
How to Download and Save this ImageTo download and save this image to the hard drive of your computer simply click on the image above. This should give you the full size version of this image. Then right click on the image and choose the 'save as' option to save the image to your computer hard drive as required.
About Digital Stamps
Whether you are a seasoned digital stamper or trying digi-stamps for the first time, these free digital stamps give you the opportunity to work with new designs or practice different techniques.
Digital stamps are growing in popularity. There are both advantages and disadvantages to digital stamping. On the plus side there is plenty of opportunity for manipulating images on your computer prior to printing and, of course, digital stamps are often low cost or free. The disadvantages include the fact that digital stamping bypasses the creative process of inking and applying the stamp to the page, which, for many, is a much-loved part of stamping.
For more information about using digital stamps, including how to download and print digital stamps, see - The Complete Guide to Digital Stamps.