Hi there! We are excited to be sharing the very first Design Team projects from Elisa Ablett here on the blog tonight…
Elisa here from the design team with my first post representing Visible Image
, this is so exciting for me, it’s a dream team with the most exciting arty stamps and stencils!
For my first post and in keeping with the November ‘make a tag’ challenge theme over at Visible Image Facebook Group,
I created the following tags..
For my first tag – I wanted to create a bold and vibrant mixed media tag using colourful and exciting mediums including Pebeo Metallic Paints and Colour Crush Powders from Tinby Designs and of course some lovely stamps from the Visible Image (Just be Happy
and The Ripple Effect – Stamp Sets
For my second ‘tag’ (which is more like an ATC) I went a little darker in both the tone and mood of the project. The background is on a thick black cardstock as my base, I then layered Tim Holtz Distress Oxide Inks in Antique Linen and Frayed Burlap plus Blueberry Colour Crush Powder from Tinby Designs.
Next step was to use the fabulous Fibres Stencil
along with some Colour Blast Bling Paste to add some texture.
I then stamped and fussy cut the main feature – the Skeleton from Mr Bone Jangles
stamp set and using 3D mounting tape for depth.
That’s it from me today, I hope you have enjoyed seeing how you can utilise your Visible Image stamps with mixed media projects!
Awesome inspiration for our challenge Elisa! Gorgeous splattered paint and loving all the texture on your second project.. our Fibres stencil looks amazing!! Thank you ♡
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Mark & Helen xx