There’s Always a Glimmer of Light

Hi there! We are back with more awesome inspiration this evening.

Elina Stromberg has a fantastic journal page to share with you…



Hi and happy Thursday!

Today I wanted to share with you my latest mixed media art journal page with black, white, and a hint of gold:




I got the idea for this page when flipping the pages of my Moleskine art journal. I came across a page I had painted with black gesso, and thought that a dark, solid black background would match perfectly the strong quote stamp text by Visible Image.


After adding a second layer of black gesso on the page, I dabbed some white gesso on the page, creating the background for my glimmering light bulb:



Once the paing was dry I stamped and heat-embossed the light ray pattern and the sentiment text on the page. The light lightbulb is stamped on white paper, cut out, and glued on the page.


To add even more glimmer, I sprinkled some gold colour heavy embossing powder flakes on the page. I did not use any embossing ink, so for keeping the flakes on the paper during heating, I heated the page from underneath. Worked out well!




For more information on the Visible Image stamps I used, please click on the pictures below:





 



Wishing you a wonderful week!

Hugs,

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Shine Bright

Hello! We hope you have enjoyed seeing all the latest inspiration our amazing team have been creating with our NEW stamps!

This final post is sharing a few of the incredible cards created with our NEW Shining Bright stamp set.



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Just look at the clever designing by Mark… LOVE the rays of light over the word SHINE and the lightbulbs are awesome!


The quote is so inspiring and the words mean so much to us.. especially at the moment!

‘Don’t let someone dim your light simply because it’s shining in their eyes’

(keep moving ahead and let your light shine even brighter!)



These stamps also work brilliantly with another very popular set we released last summer…


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Visible Image Glimmer Of Light Moth COL stamp set


Here are some of the stunning cards that have been created with these incredible stamps…



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Created by Teresa Morgan: the background was created with brushos and distress inks.
Isn’t it awesome! Thank you Teresa ♡




2017-02-25 Visible Image - moth stamp -Shining Bright - Light bulb stamp - Nicky Gilburt

Created by Nicky Gilburt: the background was created with distress inks,
using darker and darker shades to build up the depth.
Looks amazing! Thank you Nicky ♡




2017-02-25 Visible Image - Shine Bright - Light bulb stamp - Nicky Gilburt

Created by Nicky Gilburt: I found my UTEE and made a quick stencil by stamping
and cutting out the lightbulb on spare card. Then, once I’d coloured it, I coated it with Versamark and got melty!
Stunning effect on the lightbulb! Thank you again Nicky ♡



These stamps are flying out the door… thank you so much for loving them!
It means the world to us ♡♡♡



Wow! Well we hope you have enjoyed all the amazing inspiration we have shared here on our blog this weekend.


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Mark will be on Create and Craft TV next Saturday, March 4th at 10am with some of our fantastic new designs!


And, we will be back here on the blog sharing lots more inspiration from our amazing team this coming week…
we have a NEW Design Team member to announce tomorrow too… although you may already know her 😉



Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

Much love,

Mark & Helen xx

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There Is Always A Glimmer of Light

Hi there! We have some awesome inspiration for you here on the blog today from Corrie Herriman…


Hello everyone,

Welcome to the first post for Visible Image from me for 2017 ! Back in December I bought a Verday Paint kit and I couldn’t wait to try it out. It comes with 4 acrylic paints; iron, copper, brass and bronze and a bottle of patina. I used the copper on my Monolith project.



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 Front of the Monolith. Love the copper with the blues and greens.



The back



Some detail



 Close up of the moth



 Close up of the texture and sentiment.


So, to make this, I started with a gessoed Monolith on which I glued some metal rings and some art stones. I then put on a coat of the copper paint. This has to dry and then I put on another coat and while this is wet I put on the patina. I love the blues and greens you get while it oxidises.


I then added some stamping to the back and heat embossed with copper embossing powder which happens to be exactly the same shade so it is only a texture I have added.


I coloured a piece of paper with blues and greens and stamped the sentiment, layered it on some black card stock and adhered to the back of my Monolith.


For the front I repeated the paint/patina steps until I was happy with the result. Next I stamped the moth on white card stock and coloured it, cut it out and adhered it to the Monolith. I used the same-ish blues and greens for the wings.


I think it turned out fab !



I used the following stamps and a Monolith of course..


Visible Image MDF Monoliths - Freestanding MDF plaques
Social Media links..
Shop where you will find all our awesome stamps!
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Absolutely stunning Corrie ♡ Thank you! The greens against that copper is just.. wow!

You will find more of Corrie’s fantastic projects over on her blog.


Thanks for visiting!

Mark & Helen xx

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Glimmer of Light Journal – Visible Image

Hello again! We are back with more gorgeous inspiration for you!

Over to Sue Davies who has a brilliant journal page to share…


Good morning, it’s my turn to share a Visible Image project with you, and I’ve been feeling very bold!  I’ve made a journal page, straight into the book without a safety net.



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This is the best photograph I can get as we’re slightly lacking in the old daylight department.





This is lots of Distress Ink blended in patches, with some stencilling in the same colours.  I liked it, but boy was it bright, so I toned it down a bit with some gesso through a stencil. The edging stamp is from the Music on World Off set.





Time for some fun now in building up the background. I’ve used Ranger Archival inks to stamp my quotes from Imagine, Dream, Inspire, and there’s also circles from Universal.





I’ve been wanting to use the Glimmer of Light stamp set for a while now, but I’ve been in Halloween (thankfully gone) or Christmas (OMG it’s getting close) mode for weeks, but today was playday!





Don’t you just love this moth! He’s just stamped onto the background and coloured in places with Stabilo pencils. I stamped the light bulb into the previously stamped circle, then stamped the circle again and embossed in white.





And this is the quote, stamped and embossed with black fine EP. I’ve just highlighted bits and bobs with stencils and Portfolio pastels. This was such fun to make once I’d got over the terrors of stamping in my shiny new journal.


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Have a brilliant week, and thanks very much for looking x


Isn’t this fabulous! So much awesome detail to gaze at.. Thank you Sue ♡


We’re keeping the inspiration coming today so pop back soon… and if you missed any of our recent posts you will find them HERE!

Mark & Helen xx

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Glimmer of Light Monolith – Visible Image

Hi there, thank you for visiting us today.

Corrie Herriman is here on the blog today with a super project for you…



Hello everyone,


Today I’ll be sharing a monolith for Visible Image.

I think these are so versatile, you can decorate them any way you want…


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I gessoed this freestanding Monolith first and then glued some pieces of book text on it. I then painted it with Acrylic paints. I used yellow, orange, pink and white. Next I stamped the background with a variety of stamps and Archival Inks in the same colours as the background. The black script stamp I did later.




You can still read the book title here…. (something wicked this way comes). Next I stamped the Moth both on the Monolith and on Bristol Card stock. I coloured the one on the card stock with watercolours and then heat embossed it. The body with clear powder, the wings with holographic powder.  You can see it in the detail photo below. I also stamped the skeleton on the back of the monolith and used a white pen to highlight him here and there. I then decided it didn’t have enough white so I filled in the circles with white paint and stamped a text stamp over the top.




The moth was adhered on top of some thread for more interest.



I used the following stamp sets :
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Thank you so much for stopping by today !


We love this so much Corrie! Thank you ♡


Have you played with our Monoliths yet? We’d love to see what you create! We have a monthly challenge over in our Facebook group… why not come and join us there!


We hope you will be back soon to check out more gorgeous inspiration from our amazing team!

Mark & Helen xx

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