Destination: Adventure

Hello and thank you for visiting our blog today!

We will be on the road to Peterborough shortly for our Create and Craft TV show tomorrow.

But before we go, we must share one last sample with you! Pauline has got her hands on our awesome paper planes stamps…

Hi there,


It’s Fabulous Friday, and my time to share a little Visible Image love.

Mark Alexander, designer and owner of Visible Image, will be on your screen’s tomorrow, Saturday 22nd April, on Create & Craft at 10am, do tune in to see him work his magic.
 



Here is one of the cards I created for the show…
 


 


The very cool and different stamp set I used is…

 

 
The background was Salty Ocean Distress ink, on which I rolled a scrunched up baby wipe, to make the cloud effect. I then stamped the planes and the sentiments using black Versafine, added some Picked Raspberry to the planes, then used water and a paintbrush to add the highlights, and finished off with the pen dashes. And, no glitter, hahahaha !!!!!
 



Don’t forget to tune in tomorrow to see our awesome Mark.


Hugs, Pauline xxxxx



What a fantastic background for the planes.. gorgeous clouds! Thanks Pauline ♡

You will find more of Pauline’s fabulous cards and projects over on her blog.



Show Details!

Create and Craft TV
Saturday, April 22nd at 10am (UK time!)

Sky 674 – Freeview 23 – Virgin 748 – Freesat 813 –
Apple Tv – Amazon Fire

Or watch online:

www.createandcraft.com/gb

www.createandcraft.com/us

You can watch our show on catch up for 7 days online too!



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We will be back soon with more awesome samples created for the show and hopefully some photos of the set!

Have an awesome weekend!

Mark & Helen xx

 

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