Practicing Creativity

10 Favorite Free Digital Stamp Sites


Take a look around Paperesse and you'll notice I use digital stamps almost exclusively. Digital stamps are a great way to begin stamping without an expensive initial investment. In fact, you can begin digital stamping for free!

The following is a list of 10 favorite free digital stamp (and coloring page) websites. These are reputable sites that respect artist copyright.

1.Arthérapie.ca – a Canadian site (and the only fee digital image site I know of in French) with a wonderful selection of coloring images. It clearly states on the site that all images have been freely provided and artist copyright respected. 

2. Simply Cards & Papercraft – is a card making magazine from the UK. You do need to register and sign in to their website in order to download, but the plentiful amount of free digital stamps and other digital crafting freebies makes it worth the extra effort. I have designed several cards for Simply Cards & Papercraft using their freebies (click on PUBLICATIONS under CATEGORIES above to see more).

3. Sliekje – is a Dutch artist who makes the cutest animal themed digis! She graciously shares her talent with all of us, providing over 350 free images on her site. She is one of my favorite free digistamp artists and I've made several cards with her digis (this sunning mouse Happy Summer card is one of my favorites!).

4. Dearie Dolls – Mary Ellen isn't posting any new work, but she has so many timeless freebie images on her website, there's no shortage of inspiration. This Cornucopia Thanksgiving card is a festive favorite.

5. Beccy's Place – Beccy Muir generously provides several lovely freebies, in addition to the gorgeous digis she sells in her shop. This recent Pear-fect birthday card features one of her freebies.

6. Crayola.com – is a fantastic free coloring image source for both children and adults. I've used one of their coloring sheets on this beach scene Happy Summer card.

7. Crafts Beautiful.com – is another card making magazine, and like Simply Cards & Papercraft, you will need to register and log in first to download. They are an awesome source not only for digis, but digital papers and other printouts, too. I've used a Crafts Beautiful freebie on this birthday bunnie card

8. Bird's Cards – hasn't posted any new digistamps in quite some time, but her archived digital stamps and sentiments are definitely worth checking out. I especially like her circular sentiment frames, as on this Turtle Get Well card

9. Scribbles Designs – in addition to Sandy's super cute, reasonably priced shop images, she graciously shares her talent with hundreds of freebies, like the cupcake freebie I've used on this birthday card.

10. Papercrafter Magazine – like Crafts Beautiful and Simply Cards & Papercraft, you'll have to register and sign in to download all the freebie goodness on their site, but quality digis like these cute teddy bear freebies from Di's Digi Stamps make it worthwhile. 

Happy coloring!

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