Play with Seth Apter's goodies.

Hello everybody, I've played Seth Apter's Stamps and Baked Textures.
These stamps are a prize of PA Challenge, I'm very lucky. I tried using them with Baked Textures. At first the background did not go well and almost gave up and finally I got it. After that the layer from Seth's stamp was going smoothly.
This is what I made.

 I made rust by using Baked Textures -- Chunky Rust, Rocky Road, Patina Oxide as a keyhole stamp. It seems really rust!! 

I use Deep Sea for this character it is beautiful with three-dimensional  and glossy.

Seth's stamp set can be variously combined and I will making again. Thank you so much for stopping by, see you soon!!

Love Etsuko xxx


  1. I love the effects you've created with these baked textures and the stamps, Etsuko. I keep thinking I must buy some and have a play. You've combined the stamps and the media so well - this really does look like genuine rust.xx

  2. Thank you so much Julie for kind comment as always. I didn't get the powder in Japan but also I did not get it overseas too, I was really happy when I got it. This is really different from the powder so far familiar to the work and can make a new texture. It's like distress powder. and very exiting to me. xxx

  3. I love this composition you have made! The rust effect works so nicely and I especially love the eye peeking through! Deep sea is a favorite of mine as it has such a beautiful color and translucent quality. I really love this.

  4. The rust keyhole is magical as is the Deep Sea, my favourite!!

  5. What a gorgeous layered piece, Etsuko - another wonderful creation with Seth's stamps, as well as the Baked Textures. The Deep Sea used for the word looks magical.
    Alison x

  6. Love your creation Etsuko. The frayed fabric is a wonderful addition. Xx


Thank so much for taking the time to stop by. Your lovely comments make my day and so much appreciated. Etsuko xxx