Image sizes: .85in x .85in or 21.5mm x 21.5mm
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Tips for scrabble tiles:: These are my favorites sizes for scrabble tiles, which are .75 x .83 inches. This .85 inch square size give you just enough space on the sides to use them horizontally or vertically with just a bit of trim room without wasting too much of the image.
Also, be sure to check out littleput's tutorial on making scrabble tile pendants (just search for littleput above).
For a quick glass marble tutorial, see this great blog, though what I find is much easier is to print out your collage sheet, glue all the marbles directly onto the sheet, wait, and then cut them all out with scissors:
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If it is important to you to have the highest quality images available on etsy, and you want to be confident that you are using images obtained legally whose copyrights have been thoroughly researched, then my collage sheets are for you.
Please see below for frequently asked questions about digital collage sheets.
<<<Frequently Asked Questions About piddix's Digital Collage Sheets>>>
<<<What is a Digital Collage Sheet?>>>
It's an 8.5x11 inch with high resolution images on it. You can then print out the file again and again on cardstock, photo paper, stickers sheets, and more for personal use or to make items to sell.
<<<What's the Quality Like?>>>
All of my images and collage sheets are 300 dots-per-inch, the perfect resolution for printing. I'm a bit of a perfectionist, so I can spend a ridiculous amount of time with my camera, scanner and PhotoShop restoring and perfecting each image. This often includes adjusting levels, contrast, brightness, and colors, applying two to three different filters, recreating any damaged or folded areas, cleaning up and removing any unnecessary backgrounds, and selecting the best part of the image to crop for different sized sheets. I can easily spend several hours on one image alone, and most of my sheets contain 30 to 50 separate images from different scans.
<<<What Can I Do With These Sheets? Can I Make Items to Sell?>>>
With your purchase, you receive the right to use these images for your personal crafts or to alter them to sell, for example in cards or jewelry. Basically, you can do almost anything (legal) with the image except actions that compete with my business or make it easy for another person to have the image.
By purchasing this item, you agree not to:
1) Sell or give away the image unaltered, either printed or digitally. Fabric transfers are the only exception that are okay.
2) Use them in collage sheets, image CDs, digital compilations, scrapbooking kits, image downloads, or similar forms that directly compete with piddix.
3) Make the item available in such a way that someone could steal the image. For example, if you would like to put it up on a website, it must be small (200 pixels on the largest side) and/or heavily altered and watermarked.
4) Use the item in mass production. If you would like to use the image more than 100 times, contact me for a separate, relatively inexpensive commercial license ($10-$20).
<<<Where Do You Get Your Images?>>>
I travel across the country with my scanner visiting dozens of archives personally, haunt second-hand shops and estate sales, and have walls and boxes full of cards, books, photographs and ephemera which I own. If you want to know where a specific image is from, please feel free to ask.
<<<How Does The Copyright Thing Work?>>>
I refuse to use an image unless I am 100% confident that it is in the public domain in the U.S. or I personally own the copyright. I write letters to publishing houses and authors (all of which I have on file), pour through old copyright renewal notices, and have a lawyer with whom I consult on a regular basis. A full description of how I determine copyrights is available on my blog:
I retain copyright to the digital collage sheets, but I grant permission with your purchase for you to use them to create your own crafts for personal use or to sell.
Have any questions? Contact the shop owner.