Sparkle In The Rain Monolith – Visible Image Stamps

Hi there! We are very excited to share this incredible piece of art work from Susanne Rose today…



Visible Image stamps - Sparkle In The Rain, MDF Monolith, Mixed Media Art - Susanne Rose



Hi my dear Visible Image friends!

I’m sharing my first Monolith today! It’s a mdf stand alone Monolith. Perfect for mixed media. I love it. And a bonus is, you can decorate both sides! So you can turn it from time to time! For my front I used black chalkboard paint and covered the whole surface. After this was completely dry I used Fran-tage embossing enamel together with the “Sparkle in the Rain” girl. To get a good coverage I embossed it two times. That means: Immediately after the first layer is melted you add another layer of powder. It will stick to your first impression, because it’s is still hot. You have to be quick, but keep in mind to put away you heat gun, to not blow away the powder. Some on the enamel will stick to the background as well. That’s because it is so hot. But I really like that. So the contrast is not too hard.

I used Gelatos to add color. They are working great on the chalkboard. I add some texture with the Tim Holtz Speckles stencil and structure paste.



I split the sentiment by masking one part with Washi tape. Don’t forget to remove the tape before you stamp. The word “SPARKLE” is embossed with some glitter teal powder.




The flowers are all handmade paperflowers. I used dies from Sizzix and Marianne Design. The blue one is cut with my Silhouette Cameo. I add some wire and gems for more interest.




My back is totally simple. It’s also covered with chalkboard paint. Of course that means you can write on it with chalk!





Products from Visible Image:
Monoliths
Sparkle in the Rain


Thanks for stopping by!  Can’t wait to see all your first Monoliths!
xx Susanne. 



AMAZING work Susanne thank you! Loving all that texture, and the flowers are fabulous! ♡


You will LOVE creating with our Monoliths!!! An awesome way to display your work 🙂


We will be back tomorrow with the very first Monolith from Kim Johnny! And an awesome card from Kim Bacon… all created with our NEW stamps!

Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

Mark & Helen xx

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Gorgeous Poinsettia Stamps @ Visible Image

Hi, we are back with our second post today!


Here’s Sue Joseph with her latest card, and it’s a very gorgeous one…


Morning everybody


I hope you are all well? I’ve had myself 2 weeks off and it’s good to be back 🙂


Today I’m using the stunning and classy Poinsettia Stamp Set




Alongside this I’ve also used Merry Christmas from the Vintage Christmas Trio set and the inky French script and grunge edge from the rearing horse from Revolution, these stamps all go beautifully together don’t you think? I do, love them 🙂



2015-09-01 Visible Image stamps - Poinsettia stamps - Christmas card - Sue Joseph


I’ve used white and vanilla wow embossing powder with copper on Kraft card, lots of fussy cutting and some vintage photo distress ink and layered on white and lastly bronze mirror board.


Finished with some string, bells and fairy dust.


Put together using tiny foam pads, it adds lots of dimension, I love it <3





Visible Image  has an array of unique, trendy and expertly made stamps, with designs for every taste, they stamp perfectly every time, top quality at very reasonable prices, there’s just one downside……. they’re addictive!!!!



Every month there’s a Show & Tell challenge where you can win some fab stamps of your choice.


In the Facebook Group you can find a multitude of inspiration from the DT and members, latest new releases and any competitions, so if you’re not already a member then come and join.



Visible Image Poinsettia stamp set



AWM Vintage Christmas Trio ws2012



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Thanks so much for popping in and see you next week I hope 😀


Much Love
Suze





Such a gorgeous card, thank you Suze! Love that chocolate brown and the poinsettias look so beautiful.


You’ll find more of Sue’s work over on her blog.



We will be back a little later with some brilliant tutorials as promised over the weekend.

Thanks for visiting us today  🙂

Mark & Helen xx

Rock Star – Visible Image stamps

Good Evening 🙂 Hope you had a good day… the long Bank Holiday weekend is almost here! 

Today Teresa Morgan is here, as always on a Thursday, with an awesome new card 🙂 Over to Teresa…

 

Before I share today’s card with you, I want to let you know about our DT call.

We are looking for new team members who are passionate about stamping…

If you love working with different mediums,  creating mixed media pieces, art journaling, scrapbooking, card making or colouring,  then you might just be who were are looking for!

**You don’t need to do all of the above!**

You will find more details HERE


On to my project for the day!!



Visible Image stamps - Rock Our - Grungy Silhouette Guitarist - Teresa Morgan


To create the background I stamped the Grunge Check with Versamark Ink and embossed with WOW powders’ Dull Matt Clear embossing powder. I then used Dylusions ink sprays and Distress Inks to add colour to the card, wiping any excess off the embossing powder. Once dry I used Ranger Sticky Embossing powder and silver blue foil to stamp the words across the top and bottom of the card front. Finally I stamped the guitarist and the words in the centre and embossed with black embossing powder.



Visible Image stamps Rock Out, Grunge Check Background

 

Stamps Used:

Rock Out

Grunge Check Background

That’s all from me today, good luck if you apply to join the team….more inspiration on the blog from Pauline tommorrow!!!

 

All the links you need:

Visible Image Website – buy stamps, get inspired, contact details and newsletter sign-up

Visible Image Blog homepage – daily inspiration from the DT

Visible Image Facebook Group – DT inspiration, monthly Show and Tell contest, hang out with other Visible Image fans and share your work

Visible Image Facebook Page – all the latest news and information


Amazing ‘man card’ Teresa! The foil technique is perfect for these stamps 🙂 Soooo funky!

You will find more of Teresa’s brilliant work over on her blog.

Have a lovely evening and we’ll see you back here tomorrow 😉

Mark & Helen xx

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