Visible Image stamps – latest inspiration

Hello There! Thank you so much for coming to visit us here on the Visible Image blog today!

We are catching up with all the latest cards and projects from our wonderful team today, the blog has been a little neglected these last few days… first we had our crazy Black Friday SALE which you loved!!! And we are working non stop making lots of¬†gorgeous stamps for our fantastic return to Create & Craft TV on December 12th ūüôā Mark and Pauline have some amazing demos planned… can’t wait!

Ok, are you sitting comfortably and ready to be inspired?

Here’s what the girls have been up to…


Pauline Butcher

I’m back to share some¬†Visible Image¬†inspiration with you.¬†It’s a simple tag, I love tags, because they can be so quick to make, and there’s no pressure, lol !!!!
 
Visible Image stamps - Leave Your Fears Behind - Crow Tree - Pauline Butcher
 
The stamp set I used is Leave your Fears

Visible Image stamps - Leave Your Fears Behind - Crow Tree - Pauline Butcher 2


I used Brusho’s on the background, sprinkling and spritzing, then holding the tag on it’s side to drip down. I stamped using Versamark ink, and heat embossed with Black EP. The sentiment was heat embossed onto a small piece of card, again after Brusho’s had been dripped down it. The Viscose ribbon ( American Seam Binding) was coloured using Distress Inks. Simple, I hope you’ll give it a go.
 
See you soon,
Hugs, Pauline xxxxx



Susanne Rose


Hi my dear Visible Image Friends!

I’d like to share a mixed media card today, which is created with the gorgeous¬†
Butterfly INKognito and the Live Life Now stamps from Visible Image.


Visible Image stamps - Butterfly - Live Life Now - Susanne Rose


 I primed the background with white gesso first. After this was dry I embossed the butterfly stamp with clear powder. I also stamped part of the stamp in the left upper corner. I added colour with the Marabu Art Sprays. They are based on acrylics and can be removed from the embossed parts with a babywipe. The sentiment is stamped with StazOn.







Stamps from Visible Image:
Butterfly INKognito
Live Life Now


Other supplies:
Marabu Art Sprays (Chili, Raspberry, Petrol)
StazOn Jet Black
Clear Embossing Powder
Gesso


I wish you a nice day, Susanne.





Kim Johnny

Hello!

The weather finally feels chilly here, funny since about a week ago it was way above average and so hot!

So continuing with my wondeful Wintery tags for Visible Image, I have “Baby it’s cold outside”, today!

I sort of made my own Wintery set here, I used stamps from three different sets:
all 100% amazing Visible Image,¬†“Baby It’s Cold”,¬†“White Christmas”¬†and¬†“Rockin Around”.



Visible Image stamps - Baby It's Cold - Kim Johnny

The background was created using various acrylic paints on my homemade gelatin plate. 

 

Visible Image stamps - Baby It's Cold - Kim Johnny 2


The snowflakes and sentiment were stamped directly onto the tag using Wow Opaque Bright White powder. The “Rockin'” tree was embossed with Wow Metallic Silver Ultra High. The Ultra High makes such an amazing texture, love it! I used a Perfect Medium pen to scribble the icicles and embossed in the same Opaque Bright White.



Visible Image stamps - Baby It's Cold - Tag - Kim Johnny


To add more depth and “chill” I randomly added some UTEE clear all over the tag.

I am freezing now, yikes! Time for some hot chocolate, yum ūüôā

Keep warm & cool where ever you may be!

~hugs

~kim




Kim Bacon

Oh I love working with these Visible Image stamps! This flower from the INKognito range is just amazing.



Visible Image stamps - Imperfection is Beauty - Inky Flower stamp - Kim Bacon


The background is from remnants for a BIGGER Visible Image project which I am keeping under wraps for the moment. I first coloured some white card with Brusho paints and then applied a very dry layer of white gesso. For half of the card I then stamped the circles from the universal set and coloured some of them in with red Brusho. Another dry brushing with gesso before stamping and embossing in black with the sentiment and the flower. Each piece was then machine sewn onto black card.



Visible Image Flower INKognito stamp     Visible-Image-Universal-background-stamps-519x389     Visible Image Imperfection Is Beauty stamp


Click HERE to go to my KimzKrafts Facebook page.

See you next week for another Marvellous Monday and in the meantime enjoy your week, get crafty and show us what you have been up to!

Happy Days!  Kim




Lisa Nygards

I go for green today! I love the beauty of a clean card. The background is made with 4 different green distress inks. Then the¬†mask¬†and¬†sentiment¬†are stamped on top with black ink pad. To frame it I draw a line with a black thin marker. And yes ‚Äď I used a ruler!



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Visible Image stamps - Mask stamp - Imperfection is Beauty - Lisa Nygards


Stamps:  Behind Every Mask & Imperfection is Beauty from Visible Image
Papers: Cardstock and laser copy paper
Medium: Distress inks

 



Thank you so much ladies… awesome work as always ‚ô° ‚ô° ‚ô°



You will find all our older¬†inspirational posts over on the¬†BLOG¬†homepage. Come and JOIN the¬†Facebook Group¬†where you can show us what you have been creating with Visible Image stamps for your chance to WIN a ¬£25 coupon in our ‘Show & Tell’ challenge!¬†And don‚Äôt forget to LIKE the Visible Image¬†FACEBOOK PAGE¬†too where every Friday two lucky winners will WIN some gorgeous stamps!


We will be back tomorrow with something beautiful and very festive from Teresa Morgan.

Have a great day.

Mark & Helen xx

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