|Posted: 1/9/2013 5:20:31 PM|
I vaguely remember someone in the past scanned their stamp images using a software and they were able to create a stamp inventory on their computer. I'm wondering if anyone have done it and know of a software that'll auto separate a page of stamp images so I can tag/sort them quickly into categories.
I have photocopied my stamp sets onto white copy paper, but want to scan them into my computer and have a way to index them.
Any tips or advices greatly appreciated TIA!
I'm just a pea:)
Loc: *Sunny Southern California*
|Posted: 1/9/2013 6:01:01 PM|
Great idea. I'd live to read about this. I'll be watching this thread
Will I ever get to Buckethead?!
|Posted: 1/9/2013 6:48:07 PM|
I stamped mine on paper and scanned them. I loaded the file on my nook and use it as a reference tool along with scanned copies of my page sketch books.
|Posted: 1/9/2013 8:10:37 PM|yes, I'm planning to scan them as pdf to have an inventory, but was wondering if there's a program that'll take the images apart from my sets of stamps (eg. a set can have a combination of flowers, sentiments etc) and I want to be able to tag each individual stamp so that I can 'search' for all the flowers stamp in my inventory.
I don't want to separate the stamps physically and then scan them, nor do I want to have copies of the images and cut them out by hand and then scan them, and then tag them one by one
Made 5000, now what?
Loc: Tucson, AZ
|Posted: 1/9/2013 9:07:27 PM|
I use scrappypedia for that. That way I don't have to scan.
|Posted: 1/9/2013 10:49:57 PM|
ohhh, Thank you ladies, it was Evernote! and i'll have to check out scrappypedia also.
hmmm, the hamster in my brain is thinking, if I can get all my stamps into jpegs, I'll be able to pull them up and cut with my cameo.