How to Download and Save the Medal Digital StampsFirst, browse through the following pages to see which free digital stamps you would like to download and add to your collection. Then, simply click on the image to open the full size version and then right click and save the file to your computer. If the preview image looks a little fuzzy don't worry! Once you have clicked on the image to open the full size version, you should see a completely clear image.
Medal Digital StampsA medal digital stamp or two can be a surprisingly versatile addition to your digital stamp collection. While occasions such as the Olympics and other major game events may only be once every few years, there are many other ways that a medal digital stamp can be used. One of the popular ways to use a medal in your crafting projects is to tell someone that they are 'number one'. For example, print the '1' medal and add it to a card for dad telling him that he is a 'number one dad'. The medals also make great embellishments for pages or cards celebrating someone passing a test, an exam or simply doing very well at something.
The images are saved at 300 dip. This will give you excellent quality prints and will also allow you to resize the images and print larger sizes without any loss of quality. The images have also been saved with transparent backgrounds and this means that you can add the images to other digital images without having to crop. This is ideal if you want to use the images in digital scrapbooking or other digital projects. More information about digital stamps and how to use them can be found in our guide to digital stamps that is available here - Digital Stamp 101. Lots more free digital stamps for you to download and enjoy are available here - General Occasion Digital Stamps
How to Use the Medal Digital StampsTo use the medal digital stamps just print the image onto paper and adhere the paper to a handmade card or scrapbook page. Here are some tips for making the medals really enhance your projects:
- Print the medals onto a thin cardstock. This will give them substance when added to a card or scrapbook page
- While printing the image onto metallic card or paper may give the medals an authentic feel, the ink may not dry properly on metallic or shiny paper. Instead, why not try dusting some metallic mica powders of the stamp or add some metallic heat embossing powders.
- Make the medal stand out by printing it onto card and attaching it to the front of a handmade card using thick double-sided tape or glue dots. This will help to add dimension to your projects.
- The images can be used in many other ways. Try enlarging the images using your computer and using these to make medal themed garlands and banners. These are perfect for an Olympic themed or sports themed party or celebration