Life Is Meant To Be Lived

Hello! Good Morning, Afternoon or Evening, depending where you are in the world! We are so happy that our stamps are loved all around the world… with stockists in 12 countries now too! If you have a store and you want to stock our stamps, please get in touch!

We have some exciting news to share too… Mark will be back on Create and Craft TV next month, and our fabulous Pauline will be joining him for not the usual one show but two live shows! That means double the demos!!! AND… there will be some BRAND NEW stamps making their debut too! We will let you know the date and times nearer the event.

You may already know that we relaunched our themed challenge this month, you can enter over in our Facebook group. The theme is ‘Express Yourself’… making words the focal point of your project.

Teresa Morgan has created some gorgeous challenge inspiration for you…

Good Morning!! Today I chose to share one of our older sentiment stamps – I love the size and font of this one, and it’s positive vibe.

First I created my background using Distress Oxide Inks, blended and spritzed with water.

I added detail using stamps from The Ripple Effect

The sentiment was then stamped with Versamark and embossed with Gold embossing powder.

Hope you enjoyed this project, and are inspired to dig out some of your older stamps and play!!

Stamps Used:

The Ripple Effect

Visible Image Ripple Effect COL stamp set

Life Is For Living


Ooooh loving that gold on the oxides background.. fabulous! Thank you Teresa! ♡

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

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We will back shortly with a fabulous card from Pauline Butcher.. well it is fabulous Friday after all!

Thanks for visiting us today here on the Visible Image blog… don’t forget to join our Facebook group and show us what you have been creating with our stamps!

Mark & Helen xx


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