Posted: June 16th, 2020 by

Daffodil Stamp | Canvas

Hi there, we are really excited for today’s inspiration! Jane Tyrrell has got her hands on our new stamps and has a rather special project to share with you here on the blog today…

Hi friends, have you seen there is a brand new Visible Image stamp release? It is available for pre-order now and is being released on June 26th. I got my hands on the stamps on Friday to make some samples and I have been blown away by how gorgeous they are. There are 6 new A6 sets and every one is fab. I am popping in today as I just had to share my first sample as it features my favourite flower, the daffodil.

It is one of 3 lovely flowers in the new Flower Art set

Flower stamps | daffodil | tulip | rose

I used it with a fab existing background stamps called Fibonacci

fibonacci spiral stamp | maths grid | background

I decided to make myself a canvas to hang in my studio and wanted a very organic/vintage feel.

This is what I got up to:

I took some corrugated card and ripped it back and also found an old Dusty Attic chipboard frame in my stash which I won many moons ago.

I used distress paints on the chipboard
and finished off with gold Stickles which you will see at the end.

I also die cut some hessian to add a focal frame underneath

I coloured the cardboard with distress paints and added highlights with Tarnished Brass distress paint.

Out came my trusty  “A tale of two cities” book for some book page flowers and I used an inky off cut for the leaves and the centres of the daffodils.

I also added Glossy Accents to the trumpet of the flower head.

Here is my finished canvas, the words which come in this set work so well with the images too.  Daffodils are indeed such beautiful yet delicate flowers.

daffodil stamp | canvas | wall hanging

Some close ups:

and one last shot:

I have LOTS more samples to share over the coming weeks, and do keep an eye out on social media where mine and my teamies samples are being shared.

Thanks so much for stopping by.

Bye for now,

Jane x

This is really gorgeous Jane, the daffodils look fabulous stamped on the book pages and the glossy accents really adds to them. Love the texture of the distressed cardboard and the gold stickles too… thank you  ♡

You will find more of Jane’s inspiring cards and projects over on her blog.


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