Coloring Digital Stamps

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Coloring Digital Stamps by Karen Schulz

Coloring Digital Stamps
by Karen Schulz

Learn 3 swift and savvy ways to color digital stamps with the use of a brush and the Lock Transparency option.


For this tutorial you will need:

  • The PSD file included in the download for this tutorial
  • PhotoshopElements or AdobePhotoshop


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Coloring Digital Stamps by Karen Schulz



Coloring Digital Stamps by Karen Schulz

Card: Karen Schulz
Flower Graphic: Flowers Brushes 01 by Karen Schulz
Kit Papers: Harvest Sunset II by Karen Schulz
Spatters: Brushes by Kyle


More pages created using this tutorial:

Card: Sharron Lamb

Card: Sharron Lamb
Supplies: DeviantScrap_ColorSplash_DUS_Paper3, JW Textured Watercolor Paper, nbk-bombayCRUSH-stamps-18, AASPN_ArtPlayPaletteGoRetro_CopperPaint 1 & 2, prd_carefree_splatter_stamp, TCC-Editable-Watercolour-Sketches01-03
Font: dropstypography


Card by Carla Shute

Card by Carla Shute
Tutorial: Coloring Digital Stamps by Karen Schulz
Kits: Brush Set: Nature Walk by Ginny Whitcomb
Brush Set: Sketchy Botanicals by Syndee Rogers
Just Peachy Colletion by Syndee Rogers
Border by me, Mastery Series Number 1 Class (by Jen White)
Font: Lilly Regular
Page and Photo: Nanci Radford
Page and Photo: Nanci Radford
Tutorial: DST-Coloring-Stamp by Karen Schulz
Stamp: Watercolor Wildflowers Clip Art
Kits: Memories by Vera Lim, Stamp Frame Asst by Meryl Bartho, Strong Shoes by Dale Ann Cubbage
Fonts: Marseline and Freshman



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6 Responses

  1. Lisa M
    | Reply

    Thanks Karen for a fun tutorial – I can see many possibilities with this one!

    • Karen Schulz
      | Reply

      Thanks for letting us know, Lisa! I hope you will post your results in Community so we can all see!

  2. Nanci Radford
    | Reply

    Been digitally scrapping since 2005…first I’ve heard/used the transparency lock tool! THANKS!

    • Karen Schulz
      | Reply

      Yes! Isn’t it funny how things can just slip by us? I didn’t know about it for years either! I hope you enjoy working with this tool.

  3. Linda Replogle
    | Reply

    Thanks, Karen. Have not used “lock transparant pixels”. Now to go play with it.

    • Karen Schulz
      | Reply

      I hope you enjoy playing with this tool! Let us know what you think!

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