I’ve Got My Eye On You…

Hi! We are back with our second post today.. we have so many projects to share with you! It’s been so busy here at Visible Image.. there really are not enough hours in the day at the moment!

If you saw our recent shows on Create and Craft TV then you will definitely have seen this incredible card created by Jane Tyrrell…

I chuckled when the presenter held my card up to her face. It is such an amazing stamp, so realistic.

Today I am sharing the details of how I made it…

First I stamped and embossed all 3 stamps from the “Where Dreams Take You” set.
I then made a cloudy sky using a die cut cloud and distress inks


I covered the eye with masking fluid and added a sun ray using archival ink through my stencil


I added some star stencilling and also stamped the stars from the Believe in Unicorns set.



I added some green glitter pen and glossy accents to the eye and some Frantage to the card. Below is the wet eye…with glossy accents applied. It’s fun watching it dry….from cloudy to clear…


Once the eye was dry I then had my finished card!


Here it is…
I have my eye on you………ūüėČ




and a couple of close ups. It’s really hard to seen the sparkle in the eye from my photo






Here are some more photos courtesy of Create and Craft TV…




This really is the most amazing stamp set. If I had to choose a Top 3 Visible Image stamp set, this would be it. I have owned my eye since it was first released many moons ago and use it so often



Thanks so much for stopping by today and for the very kind comments that you take the time to leave.

Back soon!
Bye for now,
Jane x



It really is an awesome card… the detail is superb. Thank you Jane¬†‚ô°
You can find more of Jane’s inspiring cards and projects over on her blog.


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We will be back later with even more fabulous inspiration…
Nicky Gilburt will be sharing the stunning project featured in Creative Stamping magazine last month!


Thanks so much for visiting us here on the Visible Image blog today!
Have a fantastic Saturday.. it’s a hot and sunny one here in South Wales!

Mark & Helen xx

Visible Image Debut – Carol Fox

Hello! Thanks for coming to visit our blog today.

We’re excited to share the very first project by new Design Team member Carol Fox today!


Woo Hoo it’s my Debut post for¬†Visible Image¬†today. I wanted to used their iconic stamp of the Eye for my post, this seems to be their trademark stamp and I hope I have done it justice on the following card.


Visible Image stamps - inky eye stamp - Dream - Carol Fox



I used the Following Stamps:


My card is done journal style with a clean and simple feel to it.


I stamped my image and quote directly onto my card blank using black archival ink, I then masked off the eye area leaving the surrounding splatter unmasked.



I then used a dot Stencil with a random dot pattern and applied 3 shades of DecoArt Mulit surface paint using a piece of cut and dry to mix the colours as I went to give various shades from the 3 colours.



I then picked out 3 similar colours from my Caran d’Ache pencils to colour the center of the eye again layering the colours to achieve different shades.


I finished with my must doodle border of the moment.


This is a larger size card to which I usually make but I felt the eye needed plenty of white space to dominate.


I want to say again thank you to Mark and Helen for letting me join the team at Visible Image.


Happy Crafting
Carol xx


Fantastic¬†card thank you Carol… loving your doodle border!¬†Our awesome eye looks fabulous with¬†those colours¬†‚ô°



We will be back a little later with a preview of another awesome NEW stamp set from our February release!

Have a good Monday.

Mark & Helen xx

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Awesome Inspiration – Visible Image DT

Hello there! Thank you for coming to visit us here on the Visible Image blog today!

We are getting very excited now, as we will be heading off to Peterborough tomorrow for our Create & Craft TV show on Saturday morning at 11am!

Mark and Pauline will be demonstrating our stamps live on air, and they have some awesome projects planned ūüôā

Today on the blog we’re¬†sharing some of the gorgeous samples created by our amazing team using stamps on the show…



Visible Image - Butterfly INKognito - Live Life Now - Susanne Rose

Susanne Rose


I’m sharing¬†some inspiration with the super unique¬†Visible Image¬†Stamps. I made a CAS card using the Butterfly INKognito” together with the “Live Life Now¬†” Stamp.



Visible Image stamps - Live Life Now - Susanne Rose


This is a really quick and very elegant card! I used the Crealies Double Stitched Frame die and cut a rectangle shape from white cardstock. I masked a frame arround the base with washi tape, so that the stamped images don’t go close to the edges. I stamped the Butterflies with Distress Inks. I used “Dusty Concord”, “Picked Raspberry” and “Spiced Marmalade”. Finally I stamped the sentiment “Live Life Now” with StazOn “Jet Black” ink into the center. I mount everything with 3d foam pads to a white card.

Susanne.




Visible Image - Were Dreams - Kim Bacon

Kim Bacon


A simple card today featuring the gorgeous Where Dreams Take You sentiment.

Colour stencilled through circles and over stamped with the simple circle from the Universal set.

Happy Days! Kim




Visible Image - Flower INKognito - Sue Joseph

Sue Joseph


My tag has a dylusion and shaving foam background, and the Flower INKognito and Imperfection is Beauty stamps are heat embossed in wow black ebony.


Much Love
Suze




Visible Image stamps - Vision INKognito - Eye stamp - Lisa Nygards

Lisa Nygards


I’ve had really fun and made a Canvas for today! Lovely to play around with colors and make a big mess sometimes. I’ve used the Vision INKognito (eye) and the sentiment from the set Behind Every Mask. Think they fit well together.



Visible Image stamps - Grungy Eye stamp - Canvas - Lisa Nygards


I’ve used only acrylic colors I think, and the white dots are heavy modeling paste. The eye is stamped on tissue paper and glued with decopage laque. The green in the eye is painted with pitt pastel pens when the decopage glue was dry. The size of the canvas is 6″ x 6″.





Visible Image stamps - Angels Are Near - Teresa Morgan

Teresa Morgan


I have used the beautiful Angels Are Near stamp set to create a Christmassy mixed media canvas.


To begin, I covered the canvas with some music print paper, torn around the edges. Then I added some gesso around the sides to soften the paper edges, and in random areas over the paper. Once dry I stamped the feather and embossed in white all over the canvas. I wanted a metallic edge to the feathers, so inked the stamp again (but only on the edges) and stamped over the top of the white embossing powder, adding copper embossing powder this time.



Visible Image - Feather stamp - Teresa Morgan


I drew a simple angel on some cardstock and painted with acrylic paint then cut out and glued in place. Next I stamped the sentiment, cut out and glued on to the angel.



Visible Image - Angels Are Near - Teresa Morgan


Finally I used some Pumice Stone Distress Ink around the edges of the canvas to age it and take away some of the whiteness of the gesso.


Teresa.




Wow! Amazing work that showcases our gorgeous stamps brilliantly… thank you¬†‚ô°

 

We are so excited about our return to Create & Craft… it’s been almost 2 years! Wow how time flies! We’ll be regular guests on the show which is fantastic ūüôā

You can watch our show live at 11am this Saturday on Sky 674. Freeview 36. Virgin 748. Freesat 813.

You can also watch online on the Create & Craft TV website!

Our show is due to be repeated on the Craft Extra channel at 1pm on Saturday too.. sky channel 675.


There’s a fantastic bundle of Visible Image stamps up for grabs over on the¬†Create & Craft TV Facebook page, so head on over and give their page a like (if you haven’t already!) and look down the wall for our¬†giveaway photo! Then comment and share the post¬†for your chance to WIN! The lucky winner will be chosen on Friday.



Come back and see us here tomorrow as we have more stunning new show samples to share with you.


If you fancy applying to join our Design Team there are only a few days left now, it closes on Tuesday December 15th! More details HERE.


Have a great day!

Mark & Helen xx

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Box of Vision – Visible Image stamps

Hello and thanks for dropping in ūüôā

Susanne Rose has been getting very creative with our stamps and is here to share her latest project…


It’s my¬†Visible Image¬†day today and I’d like to share with you a tutorial for a mixed media matchbox.



Visible Imsge stamps - Live Your Dreams - Susanne Rose


Visible Image stamps - Vision INKognito - Grungy Eye stamp - Susanne Rose




I started with a Silhouette Cameo cut file for a matchbox. It’s cut out of kraft cardstock and covered with gesso.¬†


I use the Faber-Castell Gelatos Metallic Mint, Red Cherry and chocolate to color my box. 


I use my fingers and a wet baby wipe to blend the colors.


To add some texture I use a STAMPlorations stencil together with a clean wet baby wipe to remove some of the color.



I love the¬†Vision INKognito¬†stamp from Visible Image Stamps! It looks so awesome. Apart from the main image it’s perfect to do some border stamping!¬†


The INKognito eye will have a look at you when you open the box. I stamped it onto some watercolor paper and colored it with watercolor pencils. 



Stamp from Visible Image:
Vision INKognito
Live your Dreams (retired)


ARTplorations Stencil:
Nestled Circles 



Amazing project! Love it! You’ll find more of Susanne’s awesome work over on her blog.



If you have missed any of our recent posts you will find them all HERE!

We’ll be back with some fabulous new cards from Karen later today, and Kim Johnny has been creating with Zombie Brian!

See you later ūüôā

Mark & Helen xx

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