Mixed Media Dragonfly – Visible Image stamps

Good Evening! We are back with an awesome tutorial by Zoey Emanuela Scarpelli…

Hello Crafters!

For today’s ATC I was inspired by the super talented artist that you all know for sure: Finnabair .

I love her style and the way she creates and after taking part of one of her workshop I wanted to try to use her technique in my works.

And today I used stamps by Visible Image….




The stamps I used for this ATC are:

– Grunge Polka Dot
– Dragonfly

For my base I used Lindy’s Stamp Gang sprays that I love. They are awesome and they perfectly blend with eachothers.
I then stamped part of the background with Grunge Polka Dot and archival ink. As always I didin’t use the acrylic block since I was not looking for a perfect background.



I kept adding dimensions and colors to the background and then I added through a stencil the modeling paste.


While everything was drying I stamped this wonderful Dragonfly over a white cardstock, also with archival ink.


I then colored the stamped image with Primary Elements.




And here are the photo of the final project.

As you notice, you can clearly see I was inspired by Anja, I still hope I was able to put in a bit of my style… eheh 😉







What do you think about it?


Make sure to visit Visible Image Blog and also the Facebook Group!!

Over in the facebook group we have a new challange called “SHOW & TELL” where we ask you to show with us your creations using Visible Image stamps and also telling us the story behind the creation!

I hope you will like the result, as always for any comments, questions, suggestions etc etc please leave a comment HERE !

Stay happy, stay creative! Till next time, xoxo!


Wow! Love this! Such amazing texture and so beautiful <3  

You will find more of Zoey’s inspiring work over on her
blog

See you tomorrow! Thanks for visiting 🙂

Mark & Helen xx

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