Never A Dull Moment @ Visible Image

It’s Corrie Herriman’s turn to brighten the day with her latest project here on the Visible Image blog…

Hello everyone,

For my DT post for Visible Image, I have decorated one of the brand new Free Standing Monoliths with one of the brand new stamp sets. Oh, and I have used a few stamps or an older set too. The monoliths are a super product and such fun to decorate.

This is the front…

Visible Image stamps - MDF Monolith - Sparkle In The Rain - Corrie Herriman

And here is the back…

Visible Image stamps - MDF Monolith - Sparkle In The Rain - Corrie Herriman 2


I started with painting the monolith with gesso. I applied two coats. Next I painted the front and back with Dina Wakley acrylic paints. I used my fingers for the front and for the little stand and a brush for the back.With a polka dot stencil I added some dots with the same colours on the front and with white paint on the front and the back. Next I used a script stamp and grey Archival ink to add some interest. I also stamped a swirl on the back using pink acrylic paint. This works really well, just make sure you wash your stamps straight away so the paint doesn’t dry on it.

I had already stamped the girl on some tissue paper and after I cut her out I adhered her to the front with gel medium. I went around the image with a white gel pen to make her stand out a little more. Next I stamped the sentiment with black Archival ink directly on the front and added some white dots to the word sparkle.

I also added the sentiment to the back but used VersaMark and white embossing powder. Lastly I drew a few lines around all the elements and coloured the edges with a black Big Brush Marker and that was that !


Stamps I used:




Wow! Such a funky background.. perfect for the silhouette image! Thanks Corrie! ♡

We will be back tomorrow with fantastic NEW stamps projects from Dot, Shilpa and Teresa!


Enjoy the rest of your evening… we hope you are feeling inspired ♡

Mark & Helen xx

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Could It Be Magic – Visible Image Stamps

Hello! We are back with another fantastic project created with our NEW stamps! Over to Carol Fox…

Here on the Visible Image Blog today I have one of the lovely new Monoliths to share with you, paired with one of the stamp sets from the new release.

Visible Image stamps - Unicorn Magic - Carol Fox

I used… 

I began by prepping my Monolith with gesso. I then used my Gelli Plate to build up my basic background. I used my DecoArt Multi Surface paints for this as they have the lovely bright colours that I like on to use with my Gelli.

I then used more Gesso to add the star burst effect with a stencil, to get the position of this right I stamped my Unicorn onto my Monolith and then positioned the stencil and applied my Gesso.

I then stamped the word from the text stamp in the set and used Glossy accents over this to seal it.

My stars are done with a clear acrylic gel that I added DecoArt Media paint too, to get the bright pop of turquoise, also adding gold Beadazzels to it before using a pallet knife to apply through a stencil. This dried semi-translucent which was the look I wanted, so I was please this worked as I had not tried it before.

I then stamped my Unicorn onto lightweight card, cut it out and stuck it in place over my previously stamped image which I could still just about see.

The back is done in the same way but with the full quote used on the center of the block over the starburst of Gesso.

Visible Image stamps - Unicorn Magic - Carol Fox 2

I sealed my block with a satin varnish to give it a light sheen.

The NEW release stamps from Visible Image are now available to pre-order from their on-line shop as are the Monoliths. I am sure you will find some new favorites among the new stamp releases, and I must say that the Monoliths are pretty awesome to work on.

One more thing, did you like my Barry Manilow Title ??

Have a good day,
Carol xx

Fabulous work Carol, thank you! … and yes you’ve gotta love a bit of Barry Manilow!!! ♡

We’ll be back with MORE… YES MORE inspiration shortly!!!

Mark & Helen xx

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Introducing… Monoliths @ Visible Image

Hello! It’s a really exciting day for us here at Visible Image!

We wanted to design something NEW that would be perfect for our stamps, and for all the mixed media lovers out there! And we wanted to work with someone who has the same high standards for quality as we do.

Introducing for the very first time…

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Designed by Mark, and made by the very talented Roy Pakeman at Candy Box Crafts Ltd, these awesome freestanding MDF Monoliths are just waiting for you to turn them into something spectacular… a stunning piece of home décor… inspiring artwork to look at every morning… a fabulous gift… or something just for you!

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They’re made from superb quality 3mm MDF, laser cut and perfectly smooth  ♡

Sometimes, the simplest ideas are the best ideas!

Our Design Team are LOVING them…


Visible Image stamps - MDF Monolith - Feather Stamp - Pauline Butcher 1

Pauline Butcher


Visible Image stamps - MDF Monolith - Feather Stamp - Pauline Butcher

Pauline Butcher


Visible Image stamps - MDF Monolith - Feather Stamp - Pauline Butcher 2

Pauline Butcher


Visible Image stamps - MDF Monolith - Flower Stamp - Pauline Butcher

Pauline Butcher

Double sided…. So you can reverse it to suit your mood!

And of course they work brilliantly with our NEW stamps…


Visible Image - MDF Monolith - Sparkle In The Rain - Susanne Rose

Susanne Rose


Visible Image stamps - MDF Monolith - Just Hit Play - Cassette Tape Stamp - Corrie Herriman

Corrie Herriman


Teresa Morgan

Teresa Morgan

Don’t they look amazing! We have lots more samples to show you over the next few weeks!

Stand one on your fireplace… your desk… move it from room to room.

Use your favourite quote on one side, and create amazing artwork on the other!

We hope you love them as much as we do  ♡

All our NEW releases will be available to pre-order this weekend 🙂

Thank you so much for visiting our blog today! Hope you’ll leave us a comment.

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Mark & Helen xx

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