Adding Patterns to your Digi Stamps

Adding Patterns to your Digi Stamps

Howdy everyone! Kristy with you today.  😀

I hope you’ve been enjoying our week of Tutorials on Things you can do with your Digital Stamps. If you’re just finding us please check out Judy’s Shrinky Dinks Accessories Tutorial and Katie’s video Tutorial on Digital Merging! Both are really easy, fun and just awesome!

Today I have a video tutorial for you on Adding Patterns to your Digital Stamps using Photoshop. If you have Photoshop Elements, it may look a little different, but this tut will work for you too!

In this video I’m using the digital stamp 50’s Mae to show you how to add pattern to her dress.

I hope you enjoyed my video! 

Black and white patterns are great to allow you to still color while adding pattern to your image. Remember, if you use a colored pattern to test your coloring medium with it before coloring the rest of your image. I wouldn’t want you to ruin something unexpectedly. 

Here is the project I created using 50s Mae with the pattern I added in the vid…




there’s a lot of free patterns out there that are great for this and a lot of places you can find them. To get you started adding patterns, check out Brusheezy for some free patterns. (I’m not affiliated with them, they just have a lot of cute patterns).

Thanks tons for joining me! I hope you’ll be back here tomorrow to see what Tabbatha has in store!



  1. Love this tutorial!
    Looove the result too! Great card!

  2. Great tut. I do this A LOT myself, so nice that others can get the same benefits. 😀

  3. Awesome video!! I have officially learned something new today. THANK YOU!! 🙂

  4. Awesome card! She’s so pretty and dress looks fab! Thanks for the tutorial!!!

  5. I didn’t know I could do this, thank you so much, a great tutorial

  6. Gorgeous!! And fab tutorial. Brusheezy is a fave site of mine too. 😉

  7. Omg that’s awesome!!!! Wish I could do that in serif xx

    Emma (metalicbutterfly)
  8. These digi tuts have been invaluable! Thank you so much:)

  9. Kristy, this tutorial is awesome! Like the idea !

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