Non Traditional Christmas with Visible Image stamps

Hi There! Thanks for coming to visit our blog today.

We decided to start decorating our hall, stairs and landing on Saturday and it kind of took over our whole weekend so apologies for missing yesterday’s post!

If you follow us on Facebook you will have already seen this gorgeous card. Over to Sam…


Hey everyone 🙂 I hope you are all well.
Today is my weekly post for Visible Image Stamps

Visible Image stamps - Fae - Samantha K
 



I have used Fae from the Fae Hope set and coloured her with Promarkers.
I coloured her clothes in Green and red to give them a festive feel, so that i could use Fae for a Christmas card.





I embellished the card with some bells and ribbon, a little banner, some little flowers, some leaves and a twig an berries 🙂





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Don’t forget to check out the blog for more amazing DT inspiration.
 
Don’t forget the awesome December Challenge (Our last one!!) where there’s a chance to win an amazing prize of a £20 spend on Visible Image’s superb stamps.


Thanks for popping in 🙂
Hugs
Sam  xx


Thank you Sam! Fae looks so beautifully festive xx


Staying with a Christmassy theme, today’s inspiration is this stunning card created by Kim Bacon…



Visible Image stamps - Gaudete Christmas Card - Poinsettia stamp - Kim Bacon

Kim has used our brilliant Gaudete Background stamp with our Vintage Merry Christmas sentiment, and fabulous Poinsettia Set. Loving these colours for a different look at Christmas <3 

Awesome work Kim thank you xx



Thanks again for stopping by today 🙂

Come and see us again tomorrow for Soozie Tuesday… we’ll have gorgeous inspiration from Sue Joseph!

Have a good Monday.

Mark & Helen xx

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