Hello! Thank you for visiting us here on the Visible Image blog today!
Our amazing team have been creating awesome things with our NEW stamps,
and Pauline Butcher is here today to share her first project with our super gorgeous
Cat Face stamp…
Have you seen the fantastic brand new Stamp designs from Visible Image,
I was so excited when some of them popped through my letter box, and I’ve had so much fun creating with them too!
They are all available to pre-order now!
So……. today I am going to share a card made using the awesome Curious Cats set.
I used Brusho’s in Black and Gamboge, spritzing the card with water first,
then a gentle sprinkle of the Brusho’s. I then stamped the beautiful Cat’s face stamp
with Versamark, added the Wow Black Glint Embossing Powder, and heat set it.
I used household bleach to whiten the eyes and the nose, then coloured them with Blue and Gamboge for the eye’s,
and Gamboge for the nose. I then stamped the sentiment, again with Versamark, masking off some of the letters,
to get the Purr bit, and heat embossed using White Embossing Powder.
Thank you for popping in, hugs Pauline xxxxx
Meow! This is incredible Pauline! Those eyes…. and what a superb background too! Thank you ♡
You will find more of Pauline’s gorgeous projects over on her blog.
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Hi there! Thank you so much for coming to visit us here on the blog today 🙂
We are so excited to start showing previews of the stamps in our Summer Release!
We’re kicking things off with an awesome NEW INKognito set called
Tomorrow Doesn’t Exist
These words are so inspiring, and the brilliant inky silhouette image has such great movement!
The design was inspired by this photo..
It’s youngest daughter Katie after recovering from an operation earlier this year…
it was just so great to see her leaping in the air and full of life, after not being able to do any exercise for quite some time!
Our awesome INKognito range of ink splattered images were first released in 2014 and they’re still INKredibly loved! ♡
We hope you like this first set from our summer release! Make sure you come back tomorrow to see the next one…
We have lots of different stamp sets for you, including (of course!) Christmas! And, a few favourites are making a come back too!!!
Hello and ‘Happy Friday’ to you! Hope you’ve had a good week 🙂 The weekend is almost here!!!
We are really looking forward to a couple of days off. We were up at 4am yesterday (for a very exciting reason!) but really feeling it today!
Lots of fabulous inspiration here on the Visible Image blog today, so we hope you enjoy and will feel really inspired to get out your stamps and inks…
Totally loved my new play with Brushos! I got an idea of trying with some other media then water, and it worked really well.
I masked off the edges on a plain white cardstock. Poured a pretty large amount of PPA (perfect paper adhesive) over it and swiped it around with my finger (yes, I used gloves, can’t stand the mess). Then I powdered two different of colors of Brushos over the surface. It started to blend a tiny bit, but not much so I started to swirl and drag the colors around with my finger again in the PPA. I dabbed around until I was satisfied. But something was missing…. ahhh GLITTER! So I took my finest glitter and sprinkled it over it all and then started to dry it with my heat gun. Slowly and moving it all the time to not over heat the adhesive. I could have set it aside for a few hours probably, but naaah… I wanted to finished it up.
It was dry after a while and I stamped the star from the Universal set serveral times on top. I used an archival inkpad. The sentiment Christmas Memories is stamped on Vellum and embossed in gold.
Note to self – put glue on the whole piece next time as it shows through a bit… lol.
I made a 4×4 chunky canvas blank into a special little wall hanging using the one of the very special sentiment stamps as my focal point. It ended up looking a little vintage but I enjoyed the technique I used which was using a heavy bodied carvable paste coloured with ink and mica sprays to give it its rich tones, black lace and feathers always adds to the drama too.
I added a good amount of modelling paste to the front of this chunky canvas and simply using a palatte knife carved into it before drying with a heat gun, you can leave it over night if you refer and then you can sand the texture paste etc too if you would like a different effect. I wanted it to dry almost fabric looking so a little softer for this piece though.
This is the paste I used..
So after drying you can see it has puffed a little and is now matt
I used three different sprays two ink ones with no mica in a reddy tone and a chestnut brown and then a gold mica over spray gives it its shine. I dried each colour separately so the colours didn’t look muddy
I had some thin black lace in my stash so I added it in two layers facing each other on the sides. I used hot glue to attach it but you could easily use a fast drying wet glue also however tapes wont stand up to the heat gun too much and I reheated the top with sprays several times
Next I used this gorgeous sentiment that I loved immediately entitled If You Have Hope
I added my sentiment using Pinflair glue so it would self level on the top, and sit how I wanted to contrast with the backing.I also added a little angle resin piece I had and added some classic treasure gold to the corners and the resin angel to pick out the features.
Here it is diagonally so you can see the light from a different angle.
I added some black marabou feathers and some little black bead stamens poking out of the feather too and some little pearls in the corners with a few tiny roses in a matching tone to the bottom right of the sentiment for balance.So that’s it folks it turned out really well and I enjoyed putting this one together..
I hope you like it.
Have a wonderful day and thank you for stopping by.
Today it’s a quick card from me, as time has been running away with me this week!
I have used the fun and funky Robot Data Set to make a cool birthday card
The background is blended Distress Inks with the binary stamp randomly stamped on it. I used Promarkers to colour the robot and monitor, mounting them on the card with 3d foam. The sentiment is embossed with WOW powders ultra fine white embossing powder.
Thanks for stopping by – look forward to seeing you next week!
It’s Fabulous Friday and time for me to share a creation I’ve made using some fantastic Visible Image Stamps
I started off by sprinkling some Brusho’s on a piece of card, spritzing with water, then layering up more Brusho’s and water for a nice intense look, then dried it totally.
I stamped the sentiment using Versamark onto this piece of card, then heat embossed it using white powder,and cut the card to the size I wanted. I decided at this stage that I wanted it to be very glossy, so using the Versamark pad I completely covered the card, and heat embossed using clear powder, and did this twice more.
On a small piece of card, I stamped the butterfly using black ink, coloured it using a paintbrush and Brusho’s, then added Stickles on top for the bling factor.
Finally for the background, I stamped the tree’s using Distress inks, then added some more Stickles as blossom.
Thanks for dropping in,
Hugs, Pauline xxxxxxx
Thank you so much ladies… awesome projects!
Show us what you create with your Visible Image stamps by entering our November Show & Tell challenge… there’s a chance for you to win a £25 coupon every month over in our Facebook Group!
We are looking for NEW Design Team members who love stamping and creating mixed media projects! Check out our DT Call HERE!
We have some very exciting news on the way this weekend, and so many amazing NEW designs ready for release early in 2016… it really is an awesome time to become part of the Visible Image team!!!
Enjoy the rest of your Friday and we will be back with new inspiration from Susanne Rose and Kim Johnny this weekend 🙂
Oh and don’t miss our ‘Freebie Friday’ giveaway over on our Facebook Page!
So many inspiring projects! Thank you so much 🙂 xxx
We hope you have been inspired 🙂 You will of course find all these amazing stamps and more over in our shop, or in your local craft shop 🙂 If they don’t yet stock us, then tell them about our stamps! 😉
We are getting rather excited about our next NEW stamps release… just two weeks to go! This time we will be bringing you more unique character sets, and once again something missing in the craft world right now!!!
It’s good to be back! We’ll see you on Saturday with something awesome from Amber! Pauline is having a break this week as she’s on a secret mission! 😉
Hello again! We are back with our second inspirational post today!
Over to the awesome Amber Kroening…
Hey guys! I wanted to pop in and share a set of cards that I made my Dad for Christmas. Masculine cards can be a challenge, but Visible Image has a ton of great “manly” stamps. =D
The car was stamped in brown pigment ink and heat embossed with clear embossing powder. I outlined the car with a gray marker to add a little dimension. I did the same with the sentiment, except with black ink.
Once all my stamping was done, I used Distress Ink to ink up the edges, and then adhered my card fronts to black card bases.
So, a few tips for masculine cards… Use mostly neutral colors. Most guys over 30 aren’t big fans of hot pink and lime green. lol Keep your cards simple. Guys don’t need/want a bunch of ribbons and glitter on their cards. =P Add some masculine stamps to your collection. I bet you’ll use them more than you thought you would!
Hello and thank you for checking out our November Challenge here on the Visible Image stamps blog.
Our theme this month is… Your Favourite Visible Image Stamps
So, whether you love our characters, our sentiments, background stamps, or one of our stunning INKognito images or our Revolution Set… Get out your favourite or favourites, and ink them up for your chance to WIN a £20 coupon to spend on our gorgeously thick clear stamps 🙂
As always the winner is chosen at random, and our Design Team then pick their favourite 3 entries who each get our NEW blog badge
Our Design Team have been busy creating with their favourite stamps to inspire you…
click on the images to enlarge the photos
Sue has brilliantly decorated this fabulous jewellery box with our Flower INKognito stamp and Revolution Set Sue’s blog
Pauline has created this stunning card with our Revolution Set Pauline’s blog
Sam created this amazing card using our Butterfly INKognito stamp and Where Dreams Take You sentiment.
This card is featured in the latest issue of Creative Stamping magazine! Sam’s blog
Kim has used our Large Butterfly stamp, Live Life Now sentiment and the flower from our Thank You set.
You will see that our Butterfly is definitely Kim’s favourite when you visit her blog! Kim’s blog
Amber has created this awesome journal with our Butterfly INKognito stamp, Live Life Now sentiment and our Music Background. Amber’s blog
Hazel has created this superb project using our Revolution Set. For more details come and find Hazel in our Facebook Group
Byvisiting the DT blogs you’ll find all the details of how they created these stunning cards and projects!
Our gorgeous butterflies and our stunning Revolution Set are clear favourites amongst the team!
You will find our challenge rules HEREso take a quick look before uploading your entry 🙂 The link up tool can be found at the bottom of this post.
If you don’t have a blog, you can simply upload your entry in our Facebook Group…
Just tell us it’s your favourite stamp challenge entry.
Are you coming to the Hobbycrafts Show at the NEC next week? If you are you MUST come and see us on STAND B26. We will have so many of our stunning stamps and we’ll have some amazing offers too!
We look forward to seeing you there 🙂