Posted: September 14th, 2022 by

Antisocial Butterfly | New Stamp Set

Hi there! Thanks for visiting our blog today, we hope you are well. Have you checked out our NEW stamps and stencils yet? Jane is here on the blog today showcasing our NEW Antisocial Butterfly stamp set on a gorgeous card.

It’s a very exciting day for me today as I am blogging my first design team make using the awesome new Visible Image release.

All the new stamps and stencils are so uniquely gorgeous that I had a really tough time deciding which of my samples to share first. I have made samples with each one and I have been sharing some of my makes over on instagram so do check that out too. You can find me @jane.tyrrell . Mine and my fellow DT teamies samples are also being shared by Visible Image over on their social media pages. The links are at the bottom of this post. 

But choose I had to, and I decided my first is going to be the  card sample I made to showcase using the beautiful Antisocial Butterfly stamp set.

This is what I got up to.

I used a 5.25″ square piece of white mixed media card and stamped the words and butterfly in black and clear heat embossed. I then stamped the design below using the accessory stamps in the set using barn door distress archival ink. Both these stamping methods will allow the application of spray inks without any smudging of the images. 

I then sprayed some water across the top of the card and added a spritz from left to right of candied apple, mustard seed, broken china and wilted violet distress stain sprays. I couldn’t take process photos of this as I needed both hands and a splat box!

I dried this off with a heat tool and then added a few more flicks of water and re dried. 

I stamped the butterfly onto a scrap of white card and cut it out minus the antennae. I coloured it with distress ink, which you will see in the final photos, adding some gold detailing to the edges of the wings. I then adhered it on top of the butterfly stamped on the card. I also added some 3D glue under the wings to give some extra dimension. I also added some gold ink detailing to the small butterflies. I also added some Glossy Accents to some of the circles to give an extra shine.

Using a distress tool, I distressed the edges of the card background and then matted it up and adhered it to a white square card blank. 

Here it is!

with a couple of  close ups;

and 1 final shot;

It would be lovely to see you over in our friendly Visible Image Facebook group . You will see lots of gorgeous makes by the DT and customers to inspire your own creativity. 

 I organize a monthly artist trading card swap there.  We celebrated a whole year of swapping in May. Whether you are a new stamper or a seasoned one you are most welcome to join us. 100 members worldwide, have taken part since it started. It’s been such fun and it’s so lovely to receive a unique piece of art from your partner in the post. The details for each swap are put up in the group on 23rd of the month. There is no “monthly” commitment, just join in when you have the time and if you live in the UK can you choose to post to the UK only if that suits you best. 

Bye for now,
Jane x

What an amazing card! Loving the rainbow drips and all the gorgeous glossy accents on the circles. Our new antisocial butterfly looks stunning! Thank you Jane ♡

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Be sure to check out our gorgeous NEW stamps and stencils in our September release!

You can pre-order now and release date is only 1 week away!

We’ll be back here on the blog soon with more gorgeous new inspiration.

Stay creative!

Helen & Mark xx

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