Here To Inspire You @ Visible Image

Hello there! Thank you for visiting our blog today ūüôā

We have some wonderful inspiration to share with you today, created by our amazing Design Team. Whether you have already got your hands on some of our latest releases, or have them on your ‘wish list’, we are sure these awesome samples will make you want to get out your stamps and inks and PLAY!



Visible Image stamps - Trust Your Madness - Teresa Morgan


Teresa Morgan created this brilliant card with our awesome ‘Trust Your Madness‘ quote stamp, and Teresa has used our fantastic ‘Scratch The Surface‘ stamp in the background. You’ll find more details over on Teresa’s blog.




Visible Image stamps - Teenage Kicks - stand out - converse trainers - Sue Joseph


Sue Joseph created this awesome card using our ‘Teenage Kicks‘ stamp set! More details over on Sue’s blog.




Visible Image stamps - Bite Me - Grungy lips stamp - Wilma Voermans

Wilma Voermans has created these awesome mixed media journal pages featuring our ‘Bite Me‘ stamp set. You’ll find a video tutorial over on Wilma’s blog showing how she created her wonderful texture!




Visible Image stamps - Sparkle In The Rain - Pauline Butcher

Pauline Butcher created this super sparkly card using our ‘Sparkle In The Rain‘ stamp set. Head over to Pauline’s blog to see how she created it.




Visible Image stamps - Dragonfly - Live in The Moment - Susanne Rose 1


Susanne Rose made this stunning mixed media wall hanging with our beautiful ‘Live In The Moment’ stamp set. You’ll find more details on Susanne’s blog.




Visible Image stamps - Unicorn - Mixed Media MDF Monolith - Denisa Gryczova

Denisa Gryczova created this fabulous mixed media Monolith featuring our ‘Unicorn Magic‘ set. More details can be found over on Denisa’s blog.




Visible Image stamps - Broken Wings - Kim Johnny

Kim Johnny has decorated one of our MDF Monoliths using our ‘Learn To Fly Again‘ stamp set. Amazing texture and brilliant interpretation of these gorgeous words. More details on Kim’s blog.




Visible Image stamps - Visometry Set 1 - Geometric shape stamps - spirograph stamp - Teresa Morgan

Fabulous card created by Teresa Morgan featuring our funky ‘Visometry Set 1‘ stamps and the words from our ‘Shine Bright‘ set. You’ll find more details over on Teresa’s blog.




Visible Image stamps - Don't Let The Rain Dull Your Sparkle - stamp - silhouette woman with umbrella - Elina Stromberg

Amazing card created by Elina Stromberg with our ‘Sparkle In The Rain‘ stamp set. If you head over to Elina’s blog you’ll also find Elina’s¬†brilliant Monolith featuring this set!




Visible Image stamps - cassette tape stamp - Just hit the play button - Shilpa Nagaonkar

Shilpa Nagaonkar has used our awesome ‘Just Hit Play‘ stamp set on her brilliant canvas. You’ll find more details on Shilpa’s blog.




Visible Image - Music Speaks - sound wave stamp - Sue Joseph

Sue Joseph has created this awesome card with our fantastic ‘Music Speaks‘ stamp, and the sound wave stamp from our ‘Background Noise‘ set.




Visible Image stamps - Shine Bright - Light Bulb stamps - Pauline Butcher

Brilliant card by Pauline Butcher using shrink plastic with the light bulb stamp from our ‘Shine Bright‘ set! Pauline has also used our ‘Ink Splats’ stamps for a really cool effect on the brick wall. Head over to Pauline’s blog for more details.




Visible Image stamps - Jazz It Up - Silhouette Sax player stamp - Corrie Herriman

Corrie Herriman has created this awesome card featuring our ‘Jazz It Up‘ stamp set. You’ll find more details of how she¬†created her fantastic background over on Corrie’s¬†blog.




Visible Image stamps - Capture The Moment - camera stamp - Susanne Rose

Susanne Rose has created this fabulous shaker card using our brilliant ‘Capture The Moment‘ stamp set. More details over on Susanne’s blog.




Visible Image stamps - Learn To Fly Again - Feather stamp - Kim Bacon

Kim Bacon created this stunning MDF Monolith featuring our¬†‘Learn To Fly Again‘ stamp set, and the fabulous feather from our ‘Angels Are Near‘ set.




Visible Image stamps - sparkle in the rain - silhouette woman with umbrella - Katy Leitch

Katy¬†Leitch¬†created this fantastic card with our ‘Sparkle In The Rain‘ stamp set. You’ll find a great tutorial video for this card over on Katy’s blog.




Visible Image stamps - Go Where Dreams Takle You - Dragonfly stamp - Dot Leathbridge

Dot Leathbridge has used the dragonfly from our ‘Live In The Moment‘ stamp set, and the gorgeous words from our ‘Vision INKognito‘ set to create her stunning card. You’ll find more details over on Dot’s blog.




Visible Image stamps - Shaped Cards - Dragonfly - Unicorn - Rain lady - Carol Fox

Carol Fox has created this fabulous trio of really cool shaped cards featuring our ‘Live In The Moment‘ ‘Sparkle In The Rain‘ and ‘Unicorn Magic‘ stamp sets! More details on Carol’s blog.




Visible Image stamps - How Fragile We Are -  Cracked Glass stamp - Veerle Moreels

Veerle Moreels created this stunning tag with our ‘How Fragile We Are‘ stamp set. You’ll find more details over on Veerle’s blog.



Huge ‘thank you’ to our awesome team… you¬†are all so talented¬†¬†‚ô°




NEWS…
We are really excited to be back on Create and Craft TV in less than 2 weeks time, as part of their 13th Birthday celebrations! Tune in to watch Mark and Pauline’s brilliant demos on Saturday April 16th @ 1pm! And as always there will be some great multi-buys on the show! More details soon!



Our April ‘Show & Tell’ challenge is open for entries, so whatever you create with our stamps this month, be sure to upload your photo to our challenge album over in our Facebook Group! You never know, it could be you winning the ¬£25 voucher this month!



Thanks for visiting and we hope you leave us feeling really inspired.. perhaps you are heading straight to our shop!!!



We will be back¬†with more gorgeous projects from the team later today! We have so many amazing projects still to share with you! And our daily blog posts will be resuming this week too ūüôā


Just want to finish by saying a massive ‘thank you’ to everyone who has ordered our stamps and MDF Monoliths over the past few months, we¬†have been overwhelmed by the number of orders placed, and we are thrilled to bits that you are loving our designs! There is so much still to come this year… exciting times!!!


Have a really great day ūüôā

Mark & Helen xx

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ROCK OUT – Visible Image stamps

Good Afternoon! We are back with our 3rd inspirational post today… wowza! We hope you have been suitably inspired ¬†‚̧

Our final post for today comes from Pauline Butcher who, as always, is injecting some colour into Friday!!!

Helloooo,
 
I hope you are all well, just a quickie today, a card I made for one of my recent workshops, I do love passing on techniques.

The unique stamps I’ve used, are designed and made by hand,¬†
by Mark and Helen at Visible Image, they both work very hard, and are very passionate about their company and their fabulous stamps.
 
2015-10-29-Visible-Image-stamps- You Rock - Pauline Butcher

I used Brusho’s for the background, along with spray starch and cling film, such a cool vibrant outcome!
I stamped the sentiment with Versamark, mixing 2 colours of sparkle Embossing powder, before heating to set.

The Image is made using Angelina Fibres, placed on top of the stamp which has Versamark on, then ironed, such a fab technique, and finally fussy cut.

 



If you are going to the NEC next week, do pop along to the Visible Image Stand, B09 where you meet Helen and Mark, see some of the stunning stamps available, also see loads of inspirational DT work, and you will also see me, I am doing ‘Make & Takes’, but get in early to book your place as they are limited.
 


It’s the last few days to get your Pink entry into the Visible Image¬†‘Show and Tell’, for a chance to win some fabulous stamps, check it out¬†HERE.


Also pop over the the Visible Image Facebook Group, and see the inspiration the fans of the stamps are producing, HERE.
 
Thanks for checking my post¬†out. 

See you again soon,
Hugs,
Pauline xxxx
 


Awesome work Pauline thank you! ‚̧¬†‚̧¬†‚̧

It’s like this technique was made for this stamp! If you LOVE music or¬†make cards for someone who does, then head over and check out the whole collection HERE!

We will be back tomorrow with some fantastic Halloween inspiration from Teresa Morgan, and something Christmassy from Susanne Rose¬†‚̧ 

Hope to see you then! Enjoy the rest of your Friday¬†ūüôā

Mark & Helen xx

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Merry Little Christmas @ Visible Image

Good Afternoon! We’re back with more gorgeous inspiration to wow you¬†ūüôā¬†And there’s still more to come today too!

Over to Kim Bacon…


The first thing I need to do is thank you all very much for taking part in the Visible Image PINK blog hop.

My next task is to tell you that I shall be closing the comments on my special give-away on my blog hop page.  Last chance to get your comment added and be in with a chance to win one of my cards. See my blog hop post for details.


And now onto CHRISTMAS!!

I think it is ok to mention it now don’t you?



2015-10-21 Visible Image stamps - Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas - Kim Bacon



  • White card, painted with shades of blue and purple Brusho.
  • White card painted with softer colours of blue and purple Brusho plus lime green.
  • Allow to dry.
  • Using a dark Brusho colour from your original selection, paint the writing from the Revolution set stamp and stamp onto the darker coloured card.
  • Stamp the tree and the sentiment onto a lighter coloured piece of card using black ink.
  • Mount all pieces on lime card.
  • Add to background.
  • Using sewing machine with no thread, ‘sew’ around all edges.
  • Stick some gems or flat-backs onto the tree.
  • Voila!



Visible Image stamps Revolution          Visible Image Merry Little Christmas stamp

 

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See you next week and in the meantime enjoy your week, get crafty and show us what you have been up to!


Happy Days!  Kim

 

Isn’t this awesome…. love Christmas cards with an inky feel to them, and those colours… ‚ô• ‚ô• ‚ô•

Thank you Kim!



Hope you will pop back later to see what Lisa has been creating this week.

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

Have a great afternoon ūüôā

Mark & Helen xx

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PINK Inspiration @ Visible Image

Good Evening, we hope you have had a good start to the week. It’s really really busy here, not only making all the orders but trying to get all the stock made for our biggest show of the year at the NEC in just 2 weeks! It’s definitely time we got a new team member on board as we are two rather tired people!!!

Lots of awesome new stamps are also being designed in the evenings, and we have some very exciting news to share with you soon too ūüôā Watch this space!!!

Right then, we must share all the gorgeous PINK inspiration our fabulous Design Team created for our blog hop last weekend, we hope it will inspire you to enter our PINK challenge this month too!



Kim Robertson

2015-10-16 Visible Image stamps - Big Pink Blog Hop - Best Days - Kim Robertson

Lots of texture and touchy feely items on this one, I really enjoyed playing around and creating this!
I have used the script from the Revolution set and the Best Days sentiment stamp.




Teresa Morgan

2015-10-16 Visible Image stamps - Big Pink Blog Hop - Inky horses - Teresa Morgan

I began by stencilling a starburst with Distress Ink in the background, then stamped and embossed the script stamp from the Revolution Set all over the card with pink embossing powder.

I embossed the horses with WOW powders Vintage Peacock glitter embossing powder.  The Stay Strong stamp is embossed in white, then die cut into a circle. I added detail around the edge with the Plasma stamp embossed in pink. I added Pumice Stone Distress ink to the circle and around the edge of the card to create contrast.




Sue Joseph

2015-10-16 Visible Image stamps - Big Pink Blog Hop - Love Yourself - Sue Joseph

The stamps I used on my very PINK card are the¬†Brick Wall, ‘Love Yourself’ from the¬†No Regrets set¬†and ‘You Rock’ from¬†Max Rocks. Inked, heat embossed and layered on white and black card, finished with a breast awareness badge…… a perfect card for someone going through such a tough time!




Kim Johnny

2015-10-16 Visible Image stamps - Big Pink Blog Hop - Listen To Your Heart - Kim Johnny

I made a frilly pink postcard to share, filled full of love and positivity to carry when it is needed most. Stamps used: Sentiment This is Me set. The big heart is filled with multiple stampings from the Plasma set for the lacy texture.




Lisa Nygards

2015-10-16 Visible Image stamps - Big Pink Blog Hop - Perfect Moment verse - Lisa Nygards

On my card today I’ve used lots of different pink mists and let them blended together. I’ve used a regular white cardstock that I’ve coated with a matte transparent medium before I started.

The Butterfly INKognito is stamped with pink distress in twice and then with black ink on top. The sentense is named Take the Moment, and it’s actually one part of the set. To keep it clean I’ve just added a few bling (pearls) in diagonal corners as embellishments.




Kim Bacon

2015-10-16 Visible Image stamps - Big Pink Blog Hop - Thinking of You - Kim Bacon

I used the beautiful Flower INKognito and the Thinking of You sentiment.




Susanne Rose

2015-10-19 Visible Image stamps - Life Is A Journey - canvas - Susanne Rose

I created a 10cm x 10cm mixed media canvas with lots of  paper flowers and the awesome Visible Image Life is a JOURNEY stamp.




Pauline Butcher


2015-10-16 Visible Image stamps - Big Pink Blog Hop - Never Give Up - Time is Precious - Pauline Butcher


I created my PINK card¬†using these¬†fabulous Visible Image stamps…

Time is Precious, Never Give Up, Classic Face, Ripped Fishnet, the plasma circle from the Universal Set, and the flourish and script from the Revolution Set.


My background was created using blended Distress inks in Picked Raspberry, Worn Lipstick and Spiced Marmalade, over stamped using the same colours. The images were stamped using Versamark, and heat embossed with pink and orange embossing powder,the clock was heat embossed in Gold powder. The tears were created with glossy accents and a couple of gems.




Gorgeous gorgeous work, thank you ladies xxx



We will be back tomorrow with more fantastic inspiration for you.

And… as a thank you to all our wonderful customers for loving Visible Image stamps so much, we still have 20% OFF all our stamps until the end of October!

Just enter coupon code: thankyou20 at the checkout ūüôā

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We have now raised a fantastic ¬£417.50 for Breast Cancer Care this month. We’d love to hit our target of ¬£500…. More details of our fundraising activities can be found HERE.


Have a good evening and we hope to see you back here tomorrow.


Mark & Helen xx

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Distress Inks, Clingfilm & Gorgeous Visible Image Stamps!

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

Over to Pauline Butcher…

Hi again,
 
Another week gone, and I’m back to share three cards I’ve made using some of the very unique stamps from¬†Visible Image.
 
I have used the same inking technique on all three cards, using glossy cardstock, Distress Inks applied with a Brayer, and then clingfilmed until dry. I love the effect it gives.
 
The first card was stamped in versamark and then heat embossed using black powder. The Visble Image stamps I used were…..
Behind Every Mask, Birds and Feathers from Free Your Imagination and Happy Birthday.



Visible Image stamps - Crow Mask stamp - Pauline Butcher






I used the inky side of the flower stamp and distress inks to edge this card, and again heat embossed the main images.
The stamps used here were…..¬†Flower INKognito¬†and an older Visible Image sentiment, that some of you might have.



Visible Image stamps - Inky Flower stamp - Pauline Butcher




And again I used a stamp from the set with Distress inks, to edge this card, and  some frantage powder below the horse.
This is one of my favourite sets to use…… ¬†Revolution



Visible Image stamps - Inky Horse stamp - Pauline Butcher



Just a week or so to get your ‘Show and Tell’ entries in, for a chance to win some new Visible Image stamps, all details are¬†HERE.
 
Do visit the Facebook group too, to see whats going on, and to see the inspiration that fans of Visible Image are posting, HERE.
 



I have another ‘Inky Workshop’ in the pipeline, Sunday 23rd August 2015, 10am – 4pm, in Warwick, email me for further details…..
robingphipps@msn.com


Thank you for visiting, have a fabulous week,


Big hugs, Pauline
 



This is such a fabulous technique! Gorgeous backgrounds and¬†the black images really pop out at you! ¬†You will find more of Pauline’s amazing work over on her blog… And if you do get the chance to attend one of her Inky Workshops you will have an awesome time ūüôā


We will be back tomorrow with a beautiful new card from Doreen and a fantastic canvas from Susanne!



Two weeks today we will be tying the knot ♥♥♥ So if you want some gorgeous new stamps to play with, you’ll need to get your order in… as we will be closing for a few weeks while we honeymoon on the Algarve ūüôā


Have a great Friday…

Mark & Helen xx

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Memories and Dragonflies – Visible Image stamps

Hi There! ūüôā

We are back this evening with more stunning inspiration for you from the amazingly talented Kim Robertson! Over to Kim…

Hi Everyone

Thanks so much for stopping by and checking in on our little blog.

Well April showers hit us at the beginning of May that’s for sure but I am hoping they don’t stay for long so we can get back to our spring weather we had just started to enjoy.

Today I have lots of pictures and quite a busy card  with lots of stages so definitely not a beginner card, it does however utilise that technique I showed you all a couple of weeks back where we melt the UTEE and stamp into it rather than set up and use the melt pot for one stamp impression.

Here is today’s card for the fabby¬†Visible Image¬†I hope you all like it and would give it a go, or if it is too busy feel free to simplify it and give it a go with what you have or prefer to use.



Visible Image stamps - Dragonfly - Just Making Memories - Kim Robertson


This one has lots and lots of texture and movement, I really enjoyed putting it together and making the backgrounds from a blank white piece of card.

So to start.

I took the Crackled background stamp with some Pebble ink from Ranger and stamped randomly with the stamp in my hand and not on a block so I could add bits exactly where I wanted them I left the centre more clear than the two opposite corners.

Next I took The Bronte script stamp and added some again random areas of stamping which you can just see on the top left of this image above, I embossed this stamping in clear embossing powder to allow the white of the card to show through whatever we did on the card.

Once the stamping was this far I took milled lavender Distress ink first and subtly blended the inks into the centre then I brought the darker colour of Dusty Concorde in and really worked the colour into  the embossing which we did earlier, which really makes the embossed writing stand out on this bright purple. I also used a little black distress ink on the very edges.

 These are the predominant inks on this card.

I took the Edgy set of stamps next and some versamark ink for embossing and added the stamp impressions around the edge of the card, I then used some sparkly purple and clear embossing powder to give the card a lot of brightness and glamour.

I matted this piece onto a piece of white card and set aside for now.

I took the smaller of the two stamps from the Edgy set and the same Dusty Concorde ink and stamped around the edge of a larger piece of card to use as the backing piece.

 

I went back around with the larger of the two stamps in the Edgy set and stamped over the purple with versamark embossing ink and then used gold embossing powder  Once I heat set it I matted it onto a piece of Black card with a very small amount showing.

I stamped out the sentiment I wanted to use, called Just Making Memories which I love and coloured the piece to match the card of course, I just love the font on this sentiment, it reminds me of writing in an age long gone for some reason.

So next to recap on what we learnt a couple of posts back, I rubbed some versamark ink on a piece of card and tipped on some Ultra think embossing powder, I heat set from underneath, not only does this create a much smoother surface to stamp into but it also means the utee granules stay put as they are inclined to fly all over the place if you try to heat from above on the first couple of layers are the slippiest I’d say. You can do as many layers as you want but I find 2-3 is ample as it will snap when cold unless you melt some flex in with the utee.

Once I had enough layers I inked my stamp with more versamark this time to act as a release agent after we press our stamp into hot melted Utee. Move quickly and if it starts to set too quick or your image slips etc that ok just reheat all the UTEE and re stamp the image again.

This is how this image came out this time and as you can see I didn’t press hard enough in the top left hand wing but as I know I am making wings for the dragon fly from acetate, and colouring then with alcohol markers so this tip of the wing will not show so is fine for this imprint,

So here is the dragonfly stamped with Staz on ink on acetate and cut out, then coloured with alcohol markers on the back of the image not the side with the staz on. I then cut it out carefully around the edges and bend up the wings into position.

Once the wings were bend I added a tiny bit of glue down the under body of the dragonfly and stuck it on top of the impression we made in the utee.

I also coloured the edges of the ripped card and added some beadazzled bead and sparkles into glue in varying sizes and I also added some tiny sparkly stones.
I set this aside to dry for a while while we finish prepping the base.

I did a double layer of white card with foam in between for the backing piece to sit on.

Then the coloured sparkly piece was added to that. With the sentiment on a jaunty angle and sitting on a piece of cheese cloth too.

I decided I’d add a little more of the cheesecloth poking out from under the seat the¬† dragon fly sits on too.

I also decided at this stage to add some tiny little sparkly stones to the body of the dragonfly, this really does stand out extremely sparkly in person but again as we have mentioned before the camera just never does the images justice with glitter.To finish all I did was go around wit my glue and teeny weeny sparkly stones and add them anywhere that I felt would benefit. I also added some of the super sparkly beadazzle bead and sparkle pots , I wish you could see this in person (arrrrr)

Anyway here is the finished piece again  I really enjoyed putting this together and doing some of the fun stuff we used on this one. I hope you will give this a try if you have any Utee about as it really is a lot of fun, it picks up alot of details from the  stamp or whatever you use to make an impression into the utee.

Visible Image stamps - Dragonfly - Just Making Memories - Kim Robertson

So the stamps I used on this one were…

 

 

 

 



I hope you liked this card it certainly is a little more complicated with lots of steps but hopefully you will all be able to see what I did from the pictures.

Have a wonderful Wednesday my lovelies

Love as always to all

Kim 

XXXX


What an absolutely stunning card! Loving all that texture and those colours are yummy! Fantastic tutorial for this technique… hope you’ll have a go!

Thank you so much for your superb project and brilliant step by step Kim xxx

We will be back tomorrow with more Visible Image stamps inspiration from Teresa Morgan.

Enjoy the rest of your evening ūüôā

Mark & Helen xx

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Wedding Day Roses – Visible Image Stamps

Good Evening! Hope you had a great weekend ūüôā

It’s been a Bank Holiday here in the UK so an extra day off for the kids and we decided to join them, as the sun came out ūüôā and we so needed a day off!!!

We headed to a gorgeous beach 20 minutes drive from home, and met up with family for a yummy picnic! That was followed by a game of footie and flinging a frisbee around, trying not to hit passers by! It was so nice to see the sun, spend some quality time with our family and breathe in some sea air <3


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Rest Bay 1



On to today’s inspiration. We will pass you over to our amazing Kim Bacon who has a stunner for you today…


Hello to all my readers!  Hello to any new readers.

 

It goes like this, on a Monday I blog for my DT. I am on the Visible Image design team.  Each week I show you one of the pieces I have made using ONLY Visible Image stamps. Hopefully my project will inspire you!

 

Make yourself a drink, pull up a seat and enjoy the ride!

 

Sometimes I get the inclination to do some serious cutting out! It may not be for anything in particular but I like to have a stock of bits ready to add to random projects.  I have a few favourite Visible Image designs I like to stamp and cut. Butterflies is one of them but this rose stamp which was the freebie with Craft Stamper a while back, is another favourite!



Visible Image stamps - Roses - Wedding Card - Kim Bacon

 

Now don’t worry if you don’t have the freebie stamp because Visible Image do the same rose in a couple of sizes. Details at the bottom of the page.



 Kim Bacon - Roses - 1          AWM-Grunge-Polka-Dot-ws2012-519x389

I started as I usually do by colouring a couple of A3 pieces of card. Here I used dark pinks and pale greens which I then stamped over with the grunge polka dot. Once all this was dry I went over the whole area with a very very dry brushing of gesso. This took the edge off the colours and also gives a lovely chalky finish. On a piece of card which was big enough to be the main background for the project I stamped the rose all over in a burgundy colour. On another piece I stamped and embossed the rose in white.



Kim Bacon - Roses - 2          Kim Bacon - Roses - 3


I then stamped some leaves from the Poinsettia set using just green watercolour paint.

 

Then came the cutting out! I settled down with a cuppa and got to work. Little while later I had a pile of roses and leaves!



Kim Bacon - Roses - 4


These were arranged onto a piece of burgundy card and I used some of that 3D silicone glue to give them some height. I placed them in a swathe across the card, I used a piece of vintage lace to give some more interest.

 

I then stamped the sentiment which is from the More than Words group of stamps. A few faux gems to add a bit of sparkle and it was done!


Visible Image stamps - Roses - Wedding Card - Kim Bacon



As always here is the ingredients list, just click on the image to go straight to the web-shop page…


0 Visible Image Roses flowers stamp      Visible Image Poinsettia stamp set

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Click HERE to go to my KimzKrafts Facebook page

 

See you next week for another Marvellous Monday and in the mean time enjoy your week, get crafty and show us what you have been up to!


Happy Days!  Kim 



Here on the Visible Image website you can view the latest Design Team inspiration on the blog homepage, sign up to the Newsletter, browse through the project galleries, keep up to date with all our EVENTS, and of course visit our shop to buy our stunning stamps! ūüôā



If you want to show us what you have been creating with our stamps, then head over and join our Facebook Group where we have a monthly ‘Show & Tell‘ challenge for your chance to WIN a ¬£25 coupon to spend on our stamps!

We also have a business page over on Facebook, so come and give us a LIKE! We often run giveaways on our page too ūüôā


You’ll find us at The Happy Stampers Festival in Port Sunlight next Saturday, May 9th. Hope to see some of you there… it’s our first time at this show ūüôā



Come back tomorrow for more Visible Image stamps inspiration with the awesome Sue Joseph!

Have a great evening.

Mark & Helen xx

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