Friday, 22 June 2007

Faux Stamps?

Does anyone want some faux stamps? They look great on heritage pages, kids pages and on cards. I began making some heritage ones for my Moulin Rouge kit, e.g.:

But it just grew from there. For the kit I will be changing theses to French. Here are some more examples of what I've made (shown with black behind so you can see the tear holes which are in the real PNG files):

Anyone want them? I don't know what stamps look like in other countries so I could upload ones with & without the "Austalia" if anyone wants them. Then you can add your own country name. Of course I have no idea what that Japanese symbol is! I hope it's nothing bad!

18 comments:

Pam from NSW said...

Hello, I just discovered your blog and I for one would love to have stamps with Australia on them. On looking around I see that you do lovely work. Thank you for sharing.

dianagrind said...

I would love the stamps. Very cute. Maybe blank in case we want to add USA. Thanks.

Rachel said...

I would love the stamps... without the australia on them... the cars are adorable. thanks for offering these.

Anonymous said...

Yes, please! These are fabulous. With and without the Australia. Thank you for asking.

Phyllis said...

These are great! They would be fine with me with or without the "Autralia" on them - I would also be interested in just blank faux stamp sheets so I could add my own elements and wording (I like the fact that not all the stamps on your sheets are the same dimensions) - I know what you mean about the Japanese symbols, I often wonder if the ones for "Harmony", "Life", "Happiness", etc., that you see really say something else and it's just someone playing a mean trick.

Carol said...

Hey these are GREAT! WHere do you find the time for all of this? LOL you are amazing.

jean said...

These stamps are wonderful. Just the right touch for so many layouts. Yes! I would love to have them.

JillSF said...

I would love the faux stamps - keep the Australia on them for me as I am an Aussie! These are really great. Thanks for sharing.

Jody said...

The stamps are wonderful and am happy I can put my country Canada on them

Maria said...

Wow, so much response. If anyone wants to send me scans of their country stamps I can make them look authentic.

mum005 said...

YES PLEASE!!!!!!!!! I especially love finding aussie scrap!

Josie said...

THose are great stamps. Would love to have them without the country on them, but either way works for me! Thank you so much!!

elaine said...

These stamps are just too cute. Would love to have them without Australia on them so we could add our own. Thanks for asking

Marta said...

I would love to have them too!

Glenda said...

I think the stamps are great. I think you might be ahead to leave the country off and let us add our own. That way everyone can use the stamps. They sure are cute. I am starting some Heritage scrapping and they would be great for that.

educ8ed1 said...

Wow oh wow!~ Thanks for offering these adorable stamps. I'd love blank or USA ones. Thanks for sharing. You're a blessing to us scrappers! Debbie

Karen D'Alessandro said...

Maria you might like to do some sporting related ones, like golf, tennis, soccor, football, netball etc. these are absolutely great.

Anonymous said...

The capital Y with 2 horizontal lines through it is a symbol for the Japanese yen, just like an S with a vertical line through it ($) is a dollar sign - so it's appropriate on your stamp!

Also, a capital W with 2 horizontal lines across it is the symbol for the South Korean won (also money). In case you feel like doing more Asian stamps... ;)