Stay Curious!

Hi again! Yes we are back with MORE gorgeous inspiration… think this is our 10th blog post this weekend!!!

We’ll pass you over to Nicky Gilburt…


I am SO in love with this cat. I don’t think there is an EASIER stamp than this one, Curious Cats, to start from, but the effects you can achieve are incredible. Those eyes are just amazing. I don’t think I’ve ever seen a stamped image that’s so realistic. Anyhow, enough of my enthusing…




Created on a background of….yes… Distress Crayons! I blended some neutral tones and then picked up some distress ink colour in greens and orangey browns, making them watery and then making long drips across my card with a paintbrush. A bit of drying time and then I repeated the process at the other side. So rather than top to bottom, you get a bit of a cross stripe. And my tatty tabby was born!

Once I’d stamped and coloured the cat’s features (because my base card was coloured I stamped an extra pair of eyes onto thin white card and cut them out to stick over the original ones, you can’t tell!) I added the whiskers (all stamped with Versafine Onyx Black), and a little bit of depth with my Spiced Marmalade ink pad and a blender, and some paws and the repeated word ‘Curious’ across the top and bottom. It only remained to stamp the sentiment in black, and mount the image, and the card was complete.


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Happy crafting!
Nicky



 

Purrfect background for our cat Nicky! Love it.. thank you ♡


We are totally overwhelmed by the number of orders we have received for this set and we eagerly await more stock!


We have one final post to share with you today…

Mark & Helen xx

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Curious Cats

We are back with some more fabulous NEW stamps inspiration for you. Over to Pauline Butcher…


Hello,

 It’s my turn to share a creation using some if the awesome new stamp sets from Visible Image Stamps.


I’ve used a couple of sets on this card…



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I am totally in love with the Curious Cats set, such a gorgeous face….. anyway,
I decided to make a scene background, using Distress Inks, I blended the ink,
added a couple of trees from the ‘Create It’ set, and used the ends of the whiskers for the grass.


I stamped the two small cats in the foreground, using Black Versafine, then stamped the pussy’s face
and the sentiment with Versamark, and heat embossed using Black Glint Embossing powder by Wow.

I bleached out the eyes and nose, and coloured them with Distress inks.

Lastly I added a bit of contour to the face, using a pencil.


Stamps used:


Visible Image Curious Cats cat face COL X stamp set.jpg


Visible Image Create It face extras COL stamp set

 


Thank you for your visit.
Hugs, Pauline xxxxx



Wow! Such a stunning scene! Just look at those eyes ♡  Thank you Pauline!



If you have missed any of this weekend’s ‘catch up’ posts you will find them HERE!

We still have lots to share with you so grap a cuppa and enjoy.


Mark & Helen xx

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Perrfectly Flawed

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…

Hi there,
 
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.
 
 

 

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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


Stamps used:


Visible Image Curious Cats cat face COL X stamp set.jpg



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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Blog see all our latest posts here!
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Thanks again for visiting today…  Hope you will pop back tomorrow
as we have more awesome NEW stamps inspiration to share with you!

Mark & Helen xx

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New Stamps Preview #15

Hello!

It’s the penultimate day of our NEW stamps previews here on the blog!
We have just a few more awesome things to show you now!

We are SO excited to share today’s first preview…



Introducing



Curious Cats Promo

We absolutely love our curious cat face! ♡ Hope you do too!



All our NEW stamps will be available to pre-order from this Saturday, January 28th,
and we will be shipping worldwide week commencing February 13th.

Come on over to our Facebook group to join in the chat about our NEW releases.



See you back here later for preview #16… an awesome quote for anyone who loves to create!


Thank you for visiting our blog, and have a fantastic day!

Mark & Helen xx

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