Time is Im-material @ Visible Image stamps

Hello! Hope you had a great weekend. What’s the weather like where you are? It’s been crazy here this morning… Hail and thunder storms and it’s so cold!

We are still crazy busy here, working around the clock making and packing orders! If you ordered some of our NEW stamps.. thank you! They are now released, and will be dropping through your letterbox any day now ūüôā

Today Kim Bacon is sharing a fabulous project using our Time is Precious set…


Hello all you lovely people! Thanks for dropping in. Well, another Monday is upon us. But don’t be down and gloomy.
Spring is springing, the birds are tweeting and I have got a Visible Image project to inspire you to get crafty!

Visible Image stamps - Time is Precious - Kim Bacon - 1


The new stamps launched recently are all fantastic but this melting clock and the sentiment that goes with it are just wonderful. So, after I bit of ‘getting to know you’ and a play with the stamps I decided to branch out and make something a little different.

This note book started out as a piece of good quality watercolour card which I had coloured both sides with Brusho paint and left to dry. I scrunched and soaked and scrunched some more and soaked some more with just water and got my hands all inky! It broke the fibres and made the card almost like cloth. I really like the way the edges become fluffy and I love the way the colour from one side bled over onto the other side.

 Visible Image stamps - Time is Precious - Kim Bacon - 2


Now the resulting fabric like quality the paper now had got me thinking. I could stamp onto cloth and then sew things onto this base card. It just snowballed! I used Brusho to colour the calico scrap to match and stamped onto the fabric with Stazon. I have no idea what ink is best for fabric but this worked for me! I used my sewing machine to attach the calico to the cover.

Visible Image stamps - Time is Precious - Kim Bacon

I made a small pad of paper which I sewed directly down the spine of the cover. I used eyelets and a piece of faux leather threaded with some wooden beads as the closure.

I was really pleased with the end result and I have plans to make more!


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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 x

What a fabulous idea! You’ll find more of Kim’s inspiring work over on her blog

Come back and see us tomorrow for some more NEW stamps inspiration ūüôā

Have a good Monday.

Mark & Helen xx

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