Hi there! Welcome to our blog 🙂 Today we have more NEW stamps inspiration for you.
Over to Teresa Morgan…
It’s my turn to inspire all you Visible Image fans out there, and today I am using one of the fabulous new INKognito 2 stamps – Time Is Precious.
I wanted to create something a little different this week, so have chosen a mixed media canvas. (I have used this technique before, if you would like to see some step by step photographs for creating this type of piece then please click here.)
I coloured some Stampbord with Distress Inks them stamped the clock and words with black Staz-On ink. Using a scraper tool, I added the white highlights (my favourite part of using Stampbord).
I took a 7×5 inch canvas board and arranged a selection of textured objects (metal charms, buttons, wooden shapes, lace, etc) on it, leaving space for my Stampbord to be added later. I glued everything in place with Pinflair glue gel and let it dry. Then I covered everything with a generous coating of black acrylic paint.
Once that was dry I took some Viva gilding wax in red, blue, purple and gold, and added highlights to the piece. Then finally I glued the Stampbord in place and allowed it to dry.
I hope that you are inspired to try something different with your stamps, they are not just for cardmaking, but ideal for all types of creative projects. Thanks for stopping by!!
All the links you need:
Visible Image Website (HERE) – buy stamps, get inspired, contact details and newsletter sign-up
Visible Image Blog Homepage– daily inspiration from the DT
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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A stunning piece of art Teresa! Love it!
You will find more of Teresa’s fantastic work over on her blog
You can get your hands on our brilliant ‘Time is Precious’ set and all our other new releases HERE
Hope you have a great day… it’s almost the weekend 🙂 Come back tomorrow for fabulous Friday with Pauline Butcher.
Mark & Helen xx