All That Jazz | Congrats Card | Visible Image Stamps

Hi there! We hope your week has started well. Jane Tyrrell is here today with a brilliant card featuring our Jazz musician stamps…

It’s time to share my weekly Design Team make for Visible Image. I needed some male birthday cards down at Dotty’s Teahouse, where I sell my handmade cards, so I knew just the right stamps to get out.

and a sentiment from Go to Words

I added some distress inks to my craft sheet; chipped sapphire, tumbled glass and hickory smoke, a spritz of water and dipped in some watercolour card.

Once it was dry I cut it down and stamped the jazz players using Twilight Versafine Clair ink.  I stamped the large stars from Rock Out  and the bubbles in gold, and the sentiment on top in black Versafine which I clear embossed.


Finally I stamped the keyboard in black Versafine for the jazz players to stand on.

I matted and layered it onto gold and black cardstock.
Here is my finished card..

This weekend, I will be at the Stamperama show in Worthing, Sussex!

I will be demoing lots of Visible Image products for Stampers  Grove….. very exciting. Do stop by and say hi if you are going.

Thanks for stopping by today, have a lovely week ahead.

Back soon.
Bye for now,

Jane x

We love this card Jane! Your background is awesome and the gold looks so good against the blue tones. Thank you ♡

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Escape with Music | Skull & Headphones Stamps | Visible Image

Hi! Thanks for visiting our blog. Pauline Butcher is here with some music themed inspiration today, featuring our skull and headphones stamps…

Hi there,

I’m here to share a little bit of ‘Visible Image’ love!

Today my card is aimed at all the music lovers out there, and it’s very simple to achieve.




The products used on this card are:

I started with a 5 1/4″ square piece of linen card-stock, placed the stencil onto the card and through it I blended  Salty Ocean, Picked Raspberry and Mustard Seed Distress Inks, overlapping them to make other colours.

On a white piece of card I stamped the skull, and the headphones with Onyx Black Versafine ink, then fussy cut them. Then, on another piece of white card, I stamped the headphones again but this time with Versamark, and heat embossed with Wow Persian Indigo embossing glitter. I fussy cut this too. I placed the embossed headphones on top of the black ones, cutting away bits I didn’t want. I also coloured another bit of card, using the same distress inks, but in reverse, stamped the sentiment, and cut out each letter.

I stamped some of the music notes and sound waves onto the backing card, added the skull and headphones using 3D glue gel, then added stickles for that extra sparkle.

Pauline xxxxx 

What a brilliant combination! Loving the skull with those vibrant colours and flower stencil.. Thank you ♡

You will find more of Pauline’s gorgeous cards and projects over on her blog.

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