Two apologies - I accidentally posted this in the wrong forum earlier, I'm
looking to see how to delete that post - also, this might be a duplicate, I did
some searches but could not find the information that I was looking for.

I am looking for the best way to trim or add a set number of pixels to every
edge (interior and exterior) of an image.

This is for creating stencils for screen printing. Say, for example, that I
wanted to screen a simple image of Tux on a dark tee. I'd want to put a base
layer of white down so that the white and yellow show up clearly; however, I
don't want that white to bleed out past the black of the body of Tux. Scaling
wouldn't work of course, because it would change the position of items in other
areas.

Thanks!

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