NEW Rise and Shine Stamp Set

Hi! We hope you are doing ok and staying safe. It’s been crazy here leading up to the release of our NEW stamps tomorrow, so apologies for neglecting our blog. We are back to resume sharing the amazing Design Team inspiration though! Lots coming up over the coming days. Jane Tyrrell is here today with a stunning card featuring our RISE AND SHINE stamp set which includes the fabulous sunshine stamp and inspiring sentiment…


Hello

I am delighted to share my first make with one of the brand new stamp sets.

I found it hard to choose which of my samples I have made to share first. I thought we could all do with some sunshine as here in England as we are in a month long lockdown again and decided my sample made with this set was perfect.


Meet the fabulous Rise and Shine Stamp Set. I adore anthropomorphic imagery.

sunshine stamp | visible image | rise and shine set

(To give you a heads up there is a wonderful Man in the Moon in their new Midnight Sky set too.I have wanted Mark, aka Mr Visible Image to design a Man in the moon stamp for years and I am thrilled he has. My next sample I share in 2 weeks will be using that set).



So back to the sun. It was certainly shining last week as I took my daily walks. The colours of autumn this year are quite breathtaking and a little sunshine added in just makes my heart sing.


I also have a ceramic sun which sits on the wall of my studio. I bought this on holiday in Sicily and I really do treasure it.


Here is a close up



So fired up with these colours and ideas I grabbed some Yupo paper and made a sunshine packed background using alcohol inks.  I just dripped the inks onto the paper and used a blower to move the inks around.



I used all the hot yellows, oranges and a little flamingo ink.
I then turned the background sideways. I stamped the large sunshine and 2 small onto some yellow inky mop up card and cut them out.



I added some of my favourite distress colour, crackling campfire to the rays to add some colour and interest to the yellow.


The sentiment was stamped onto a piece of card which I then cut into a cloud shape. I also cut 2 more cloud shapes out of white card.


I then put my design together.


Here it is..


sunshine stamp | handmade card | alcohol inks | stamping


with some close ups






and one last shot…

sunshine stamp | alcohol inks | yupo paper

 

Thanks so much for stopping by today. I hope my sunny card brought a ray of sunshine into your day.
Stay safe.


Bye for now,

Jane x




This is such a fabulous card Jane, your alcohol ink background is just perfect and we love the sentiment stamped onto a cloud. Thank you  ♡

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

 

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We are so excited to release our new stamps tomorrow!


Visible Image New Stamps Release | November 2020



Also available from our wonderful stockists Worldwide!



We are launching these stamps on Create and Craft TV tomorrow at 12:00 + 12:45
be sure to set your TV to record BOTH SHOWS to ensure you don’t miss anything!

Hope you can tune in to watch Mark’s demos!

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We will be showcasing the incredible Design Team samples on Facebook LIVE tonight at 19:00 GMT 🇬🇧


Keep your eyes on our socials for more gorgeous inspiration from our awesome Design Team!


Stay safe.

Helen & Mark xx


 

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