Hi there, we have another incredible card to share with you today, created with our Face it stamps.

Over to Teresa Morgan…

Good Morning

It’s time for another dose of Visible Image inspiration from me. I have been combining the old with the new again this week and have a serene card using the fabulous new Face it! stamps.

I began by spritzing some acrylic sprays on my base card – yellow, red and a slight touch of blue. Once dry I added some larger splats with black, white and green acrylic paint and a fine brush. (Thin the paint with a little water, load the fine brush, then tap the handle to flick spots of paint randomly over the background.)

I stamped and embossed the sentiment onto white card then matted onto black and set aside.

Once completely dry I stamped and embossed the face with black embossing powder, and the Visometry stamps with white embossing powder. I wanted some dimension to the card so embossed some of the smaller shapes onto heat resistant acetate and layered over the larger ones with 3d gel. Some super sparkly Prima gems in the centres finished the card.

Stamps used:

Face It!

Visible Image Face It eyes face dream COL stamp set

Own It!

Visible Image Own It face it words COL stamp set



Wow! What a stunner.. thank you Teresa ♡ Loving our super cool Visometry stamps with the face stamps!

You’ll find more fantastic cards and projects from Teresa over on her blog.

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Thanks for visiting,

Mark & Helen xx

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