Inspired By Flowers – Visible Image stamps

Good Afternoon 🙂 We’re back with our 3rd post today!

This time Kim Johnny is here to share her first Visible Image DT creation…

Happy Monday! 

I hope you are having a bright and happy day so far!

Today is my first post featuring a project I made for the Visible Image Design Team! I am so excited and so nervous! The stamps are brilliant and I really really hope you like my project!

Visible Image stamps - Inky Flower stamp - Inspire - Kim Johnny

When  you have a moment hop over to check out the awesome shop, Visible Image stamps do not disappoint! They are fabulous. I really enjoyed making this canvas with the stamps I was sent, thank you Helen & Mark!

The canvas is about 6 1/2 inches wide and about 12 inches tall.

As soon as I saw this stamp, Flower INKognito, I knew I wanted to do a repeating pattern. I used Ranger White Super Fine embossing powder to keep as much detail as possible.

I stamped onto Bristol paper, and inked with Distress Inks in Mermaid Lagoon, Peacock Feathers and Cracked Pistachio for the bright colors.

The bottom layer is stamped using Ink Splats and clear embossed. The sentiment is one of my absolute favorites, (come back next week to see more of my new favorites)!! It is part of the Imagine, Dream Inspire set, as real must-have 🙂

Thank you so much for stopping by today!

There is lots of fun at Visible Image and many ways to keep up with all the new releases and exciting makes from the whole team. I hope you join and play along soon. Here is a list of where you can find all the best Visible Image spots:

Tons of Inspiration from the Design Team on the Visible Image Blog, HERE

Come and JOIN the Facebook Group where you can enter our ‘Show & Tell Challenge’ for your chance to WIN some awesome Visible Image stamps!

And don’t forget to LIKE the Visible Image FACEBOOK PAGE too!

You can also sign up to the Newsletter HERE

Have a super day! See you soon.

Gorgeous canvas, thank you Kim! Loving your background, it’s so dreamy!  🙂

You will find more of Kim’s fantastic work over on her blog.

We’ll be back shortly with Karen Liddle’s first DT post.

Mark & Helen xx

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