Create Your Imagination – Visible Image stamps

Hi, thanks for visiting our blog today ūüôā

It’s a late post from us today, been a crazy busy day of stamp making and packaging here, but work is done for the day and we are about to chill out and watch some TV! First though, we just have to share Kim Bacon’s awesome new inspiration with you! Over to Kim…

Today I am showcasing one of the incredibly versatile stamps from the Visible Image EXPRESS YOURSELF range.
This one is from the This is Me set.

Visible Image stamps - Create Your Imagination - Quotes stamps - Kim Bacon

I have used an embossing folder on this one with a bark effect.Started as always by creating the background. This involved Brusho, when doesn’t it these days? I used a little of the powder colour mixed with a little water and painted it onto a good quality watercolour card. When it was dry I used the tip only of a broad flat headed brush to add little strands of orange and green. It reminds me of saffron in a way. ¬†I then passed the dry piece of card through the embosser using a tree bark texture plate. Afterwards I swiped a clear embossing ink over the raised areas and embossed using clear powder. It makes the texture show up more.

In keeping with the texture on the background I used a little corrugated strip with a faux buckle to add interest.
The sentiment was stamped on piece of card which had been coloured with the same shades of Brusho but in an ombre way which was then splashed with water.


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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

What a fantastic card! Love the textured background, perfect for the words ūüôā¬†You will find more of Kim’s brilliant work over on her blog

Come back tomorrow for Soozie Tuesday with Sue Joseph! Sue has a stunning card to share with you.

Have a great evening ūüôā

Mark & Helen xx

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