It’s Good To Be Different

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Corrie Herriman is here with some awesome inspiration for you today…



Hello everyone,

For today’s post for Visible Image I have made a card.


2017-01-17 Visible Image stamps - Cheshire Cat - circles - dare to be different - Corrie Herriman

 

I used a gelli printed background. I think this one was from mopping up leftover paints from the plate. I added the white circles by stamping with VersaMark and white embossing. I also added some black splatters by diluting black acrylic paint with water and using a round paintbrush to splatter; I just tap it onto another brush or pen to make the paint come out in splatters.

 

I then stamped the sentiment and stamped the cat on top of it. This is really easy as the stamps are clear and you can see what you are doing. I then stamped the cat again on white card stock and coloured her (I added eyelashes to make her a girl) with Copic Markers, cut her out and adhered her on top of the one on the card. I then glued the panel onto a white card base.

 

I used the following stamps:

Universal

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Dare to be Different

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And of course: Cheshire Cat which has been so popular it has sold out!



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Thank you so much for stopping by today !
Corrie



Amazing card Corrie thank you! Adore that background ♡ You can find more of Corrie’s fantastic work over on her blog.



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Mark & Helen xx


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