Dare To Swim

Good Evening! Elisa Ablett is here on the blog today with a really beautiful scrapbook layout…

Hi everyone,

Elisa here from the design team for Visible Image with my next share for the month.

I wanted to showcase just how versatile the awesome stamps at Visible Image are by creating a multi dimensional mixed media layout featuring ‘Dare to Swim’ and ‘The Ripple Effect’ stamp sets.

To start with I stamped on Acetate with black Staz On Ink and fussy cut the images out and set them aside while I created my background.

The background colours and texture is created with Distress Ink Oxides, Distress stains and ART -C water brush pen.
I stamped ‘The Ripple Effect’ stamp on the background using the distress ink oxide ink pads masking half of the stamp off to create a half circle pattern. When you stamp them together they look like a wave!

Add some more stamping in black using the smaller bubble stamps from the Ripple Effect set across your page along with the fish from Dare to Swim.

Here are some close ups of the finer details!

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That’s it from me today, don’t forget to use your stamps on all sorts of different projects AND materials to get the most out of the stamps!

Don’t forget to leave me some love in comments 💜


Amazing layout Elisa! Your sea is stunning.. Thank you ♡

You will find more of Elisa’s gorgeous projects over on her blog.

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We will be back tomorrow with ‘double’ fabulous inspiration from Pauline and Becca!

Enjoy your evening.

Mark & Helen xx

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