Moth Stamp – Visible Image

Hello there! Elisa Ablett is here on the blog today with an awesome card featuring the moth stamp from our ‘Glimmer of Light’ set…


Hi Visible Image lovers!!

Elisa here from the design team for Visible Image.


If you haven’t had a look at their website and blog head on over and have a peek, their stamps and stencils are divine 💛


Visible Image - Moth Stamp



Here are some close ups !


Visible Image - Moth Stamp

 

I used a brilliant yellow ink pad and a sponge dabber to dab ink through my background stencil and a yellow ink to add a watercolour effect on my background.


Visible Image - Moth Stamp

 

For my moth stamp, I heat embossed with a heavy black and then sprinkled a yellow embossing powder over the top in places to get a two toned effect.

 

Visible Image - Moth Stamp - Light Bulb stamp


Use 3D mounting tape to create a 3D effect, also add black cardstock to make your card colours pop!



Visible Image Products used:-


visible image - glimmer of light - moth stamp




Visible Image - Ink Splats stamp




Time Tunnel Stencil - Visible Image



Thanks for stopping by the blog today :-


Hugs
Elisa




Awesome card Elisa! Loving your circle of splats which really make a feature of our amazing moth stamp! The stencil looks fabulous too! Thank you ♡

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