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Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, United Kingdom
This is a blog I use to share my papercraft projects. I make them for friends and family, as well as selling them to fund my craft stash. You can get in touch with me at loumac03@gmail.com if you have any questions or would like to place a commissioned order.

Monday, 17 February 2014

No Line DIGI Tutorial

Morning everyone. Thank you for stopping by today.

You're in for a treat, of sorts. In the form of a tutorial post from me today. *hey, hey*

Some of you may remember THIS card I posted last week.. well when I added it to the Tiddly Inks FB page, I had a few comments asking how to achieve this 'no lines' look with a digi stamp.

It took me about 2 days of fiddling with various settings on Microsoft Word, only to discover that this can be achieved at the touch of a button, or two, in FOUR easy steps. Lemme show you how.

*Please click on each picture to enlarge it*

Start by opening your digi image like normal. Selecting PNG or JPEG will make no difference.

Resize your digi image, like you normally would. This time around I went with 4.5".

With your digi image still selected click 'COLOUR' in the top left of the toolbar.
All of the options displayed below will appear. You want to select 'WASHOUT'.

You're DONE!! Can you even believe how easy that is?!

Now you're ready to create no line digis to your heart's content! :)

I hope this has helped someone, even if it's just one person! If you have any questions, or something you're struggling with, please leave me a comment and I'll get back to you pronto!

You can pick up your very own Ellie says Hi HERE at this Tiddly Inks Store!

Lots of love. xo


  1. Oooh I have been wondering how to do this. Thanks for the 'Tute. I'm going to give it a go. Thanks!

  2. Ooooh, it all looks a bit technical lol I will try it thanks for the tips Lou x

  3. Thank you lovely lady for sealing the deal that I would really like to try this out...!! Now armed w/that knowledge, there's really no reason for me to be a chicken !! Thx!! :))

  4. Saw this link on Tiddlyinks FB page.... thank you!! I don't think I would have ever been able to figure it out!

  5. Thank you for this, I have been waning to learn how to do this for some time!


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