Wednesday, November 24, 2010

TJ backgrounds for digital stamps

Hello Stampers!

Hetty here with some digital stamps. Have you tried them? I am getting into using them and some of the TJ background techniques are just great to use behind the colored digital stamps.
The digital stamps are by FireCrackers Designs by Pamela. The pinguin is one of her new
designs Pamela has made now that she is selling of her rubber stamps (75% on the last ones that are left).

The penguins have been colored with copic markers and cut out. I used some foam tape to stick them to the background. The background is made in the Antiqued Wallpaper technique June/July 2010 with a new embossing folder.
Here on the detail picture, you also see some snow. I used a puffy velvet marker for this.

Here another sample with the same Antique Wallpaper technique. Now if you want to try using digital stamps, you could use a freebie, like this Fall Kitty on FireCrackers blog HERE.
The Kitty is colored with copic markers and cut out. I have cut out three kitties for this picture.
I layered them with foam tape.

On top of the leaves some glossy accent is added to make the leaves shimmer.
The flowers and the leaves have are sizzix dies from Tim Holtz.
I crubled them a little with my hand to give them a more natural look.
The quote I found on the internet and is by Albert Camus:
"Autumn is a second spring when every leave is a flower."

Have a creative day!


Nancy Dawson said...

WOW Hetty you have been busy! and GORGEOUS too! TFS. Nancy

FireCracker082 said...

awesome work Hetty!! such gorgeous colors on the fall kitty, and love the embossing on both of these! so fun!

Judy Jackson said...

Very nice Hetty - a lot of work being done by you!

Shelly Schmidt said...

Wow- love the idea of using Digi's with TJ techniques! The Penguins are so cute- and I love the coloring on the kitty- and the flower accent! I love your inspiration Hetty!

Unknown said...

Hetty, I love what you've done with there digi's......I did download that little cat.....and hope to do something soon.

Evelyn S. said...

Cute! You color a lot better than I do, Hetty! (Love your coffee-girl avatar!)

1CardCreator said...

I love how you used the bg technique with these. ~Diane

Ann said... the cat and all the layers.

Michele said...

Hetty, this is adorable! xo

Chrissy D said...