Visibly Christmas

Hi there! We have some super gorgeous Christmas inspiration for you this evening from Nicky Gilburt…

Today I’m sharing a card I made with the fantastic Visible Image Christmas stamp set ‘Snow is Falling’

I used all of the elements from the set on an inky background made up of Picked Raspberry and Seedless Preserve Distress Oxide, smooshed around my cardstock with acetate and dried, and then stamped over with the same colour Distress Inks.

In the background I stamped the sentiment several times, and the smaller snowflake. Then I dried my cardstock with my heat gun, wiped over it with my anti-static bag, and stamped the largest snowflake with Versamark, so that I could heat emboss it with white embossing powder.

I then added more detail, a few small snowflakes, the sentiment, and the falling snow, all heat embossed with the white powder again. Once mounted onto white card, it definitely needed a sparkly background to complete the card, plus a few sequins of course!

Look closely at the snowflake and you will see that as a finishing touch I squeezed white glitter glue all over it, because at Christmas you can not have enough sparkle!

This is the stamp set:

I am sure you will agree this is Christmas –  Visible Image style!

September’s Visible Image challenge theme is.. Distressed! Be sure to add your make to the album in the Facebook group to be in with a chance of winning a fabulous coupon to spend in the Visible Image shop!

Happy crafting!

Beautiful card Nicky thank you! These stamps look fabulous on pink but of course you could also use icy blues…  ♡

You can find more of Nicky’s fabulous cards and projects over on her blog.

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Next up on the blog we have a beautiful card from Veerle Moreels.

Thanks so much for stopping by today.

Mark & Helen xx

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