I've been using their stamps before. You can see one of the cards with Tiddly Ink stamps here, two others here.
For the call I created three new projects with three different stamps I already owned.
First one is not a card but a bookmark. This cute birdie stamp is so perfect for a long bookmark shape. It can be easily personalized with recipient name. I've decided to die cut the world READ and put the letter E backwards. With those little birds it looks so cute, don't you think?
Next is the card with little dogie and the balloons. I've printed them two times. One for the background, second for the main, colored, image. I've done so, so that I could put them with some foam tape and I did not have to cut out all those balloon's strings. Of course you can add some twine or embroidery floss for the string but I decided not to do so this time.
The background is done with the help of Distress Inks in Peacock Feather and Tumbled Glass.
The sentiment is from Scrapberry's stamp set.
And the last but not least one.
This time I've decided to add a little dimension to the main image by printing it several times and then coloring different parts of it and layering it on each other. This technique gives an image an awesome 3D look but it does require some patience.
You've got to start with coloring the layer of the image that will be at the back and then move forward adding additional layers, each closer to image "front".
Is sound so complicate as I'm writing it, but it truly isn't!
For the girl's outfit I've used some red pattern paper with polka dots, however the dots were spaced too far from each other as for that small image so I added some more with white gel pen.
The snowflakes I've used for this card are Impression Obsession dies.
Tell me, which one is your favorite.
Tiddly Inks images used: