Hi there, thanks for coming to visit us 🙂
Here’s Teresa with today’s awesome inspiration with our NEW Queen of Hearts stamp set…
It’s Thursday again, and that means it’s my turn to share some more projects with the fabulous new stamp sets from Visible Image. Today I have two cards and a canvas that I made with the beautiful Queen of Hearts… It’s a long post – so sit yourself down and enjoy!!
I used a spotty mask and Distress Inks (Festive Berries and Fired Brick)to create the background of this card. The image is coloured with Promarkers and Copics and mounted with 3d foam. I stamped the words onto the banners and added some Tea Dye Distress Ink before attaching with 3d foam.
My second card is a Valentine’s card….
I stamped the Forest background with black Versafine ink before matting onto red and black card. I stamped the sentiment onto another piece of card and trimmed to size, adding a touch of red to the tiny heart,
The Queen and heart jars are coloured with Promarkers and attached with 3d foam.
For my final project I took a 7×5 canvas board and covered with black gesso. I used some white gesso through a diamond mask. Once this was dry I spritzed some gold mica spray over the canvas.
I decoupaged the stamped roses, shaping the petals to create a 3d effect then added some red embossing powder on the bottom edges.
I glued them in place and stamped some of the Drag and Drip stamps underneath and added more red embossing powder.
I made the playing cards with stamps from the Harley Jester set and added Pumice Stone Distress Ink around the edges. These were attached with Pinflair glue gel to create dimension.
The queen was coloured with Copics and Promarkers and attached with 3d foam.
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Visible Image Website (HERE) – buy stamps, get inspired, contact details and newsletter sign-up
Visible Image Facebook Group – DT inspiration, monthly Show and Tell contest, hang out with other Visible Image fans and share your work
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Absolutely awesome work Teresa! Love the cards and the canvas is amazing 🙂
You’ll find more of Teresa’s fantastic work over on her blog
Come back tomorrow for fabulous Friday with Pauline Butcher.
Bye for now.
Mark & Helen xx