Which Way To Go? Visible Image stamps

Hi! Thanks for stopping by 🙂

Teresa Morgan is here with a fantastic new card to share with you…

Did you all have fun over the weekend on our Facebook page? Were you one of the lucky winners? If so, congratulations!! We certainly enjoyed seeing all your fantastic Visible Image projects!!

On to my project for today – I wanted to try out the new Ranger ‘Sticky’ embossing powder and metallic foils and thought that the Large Winter Tree stamp would be perfect for creating a foiled border around my card.

Visible Image stamps - Winter Tree - Gold Foil - Teresa Morgan

To start, I used Peacock Feathers and Vintage Photo Distress Inks to colour my card, love this combination, so rich and warm! Then I stamped the tree around the edge with more Vintage Photo ink. A quick blast with my heat tool to ensure the ink was dry, and I stamped the tree again with Versamark ink and used the Sticky embossing powder (which is actually glue, not embossing powder) and some copper foil. This was matted onto Copper pearl card.

I inked up a small piece of card and stamped the sentiment from the Cheshire Cat set. I edged this card with Black Soot Distress ink and added some foiling, before matting onto more copper pearl card.


Stamps Used:

Large Winter Tree

Cheshire Cat set

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Fantastic card Teresa… love the gold against the gorgeous turquoise.  This is such a fabulous sentiment from Alice in Wonderland of course! You’ll find more of Teresa’s inspiring work over on her blog.

We hope you enjoyed this evening’s inspiration 🙂

We’ll be back tomorrow! Come and see us!

Mark & Helen xx

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