Time Waits For No Man

Hello! We hope you are having a great weekend!

Corrie Herriman is here on the blog today with her latest Design Team project…

Hello everyone,

I have an art journal page to share today using the lovely new stamps by Visible Image. I love the alphabet stamps, there are more than one of certain letters so that makes is easy to stamp words like ‘happy’ etc. I stamped them a little wonky but you can line them up really well.

I used a mop up page from my gelli print stack. I really like these; sometimes they are even nicer than the proper prints.

I added some background stamping using Archival ink and the pink clocks were heat embossed with pink embossing powder by WOW.

The letters are stamped on white paper, I then added the circles around them. There is a circle and a square in the set and the letters fit in there perfectly. I used a punch to cut them out.

I like my words to be wonky so I stamped them wonky on purpose. I added some white dots with a white pen.

That was it from me today ! You also still have time to play in our monthly challenge where the theme is ‘Dimension’. I have put my letters spelling ‘time’ on dimensional tape so they stand out more.

I used all three new stamp sets for this page:

Ahead of our Time

Somewhere in Time


Fantastic page Corrie and love your caption! ♡

You will find more of Corrie’s fantastic cards and projects over on her blog.

Our alphabet stamp set is brilliant… one for your wish list for sure! 😉

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Next we have a gorgeous tag from Veerle Moreels featuring our Face stamps.

Back soon!

Mark & Helen xx



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