With the "digi craze" going on out there in cardmaking land—as well as all the donated digis we get here at OWH nowadays—it's about high time we shared more about how they are downloaded and placed to be printed out!
In conjunction with this digi tutorial, we've also collected all the donated digis in one place for you: check the link on the sidebar to the right, and you'll see a long page with digis, including their Angel Policies and/or TOUs, either typed out there or links to their webpages. Please abide by the terms; the artists would really like their art to be used appropriately. These were donated for use on OWH cards only unless otherwise directed by the owner. Thanks for your help in that!
Enjoy this video explanation of how to place digis into Word—including a great tip so you can move them easily around the page!
A note about the making of this video: it was made using free software called Copernicus for the Mac. Click the start button, and it records actions and windows as you work. It's a little slow and bulky, and the page jumps around a bit, but....not too bad for free, eh?
Stills from the video, in case you want to see them closer....first, the paper pieced card. A 12x12 was cut to 8.5x11 so it would fit into the printer; the scraps from that cutting were used to decorate the gatefold panels and inside of the card.