A Glimmer of Light | Moth Stamp

Hello! We have Lynda Hall on the blog today with an awesome mixed media card featuring the moth stamp from our ‘Glimmer of Light’ set which also contains a very inspiring quote which is so relevant at the moment…

It is my turn to share a little Visible Image inspiration with you, and today I am focusing on the brilliant Glimmer of Light stamp set. After ten weeks of not working due to the Covid pandemic, I am finally back doing a job I love, so I am definitely feeling like the sentiment is appropriate right now!

moth stamp | mixed media card | lightbulb

I started this card by spritzing black and yellow Decoart mister sprays onto mixed media card.

Then I began creating layers using the Meshing Around and Count Me In stencils.

I then placed the light bulb stamps over the yellow patches.

The next stage was so much fun! I went to town over the top with Izink Ice, which added depth to the colours and more gorgeous texture.

I deepened the yellow around the bulbs with a sparkle pen, and then added more dimension with a clear crackle glaze over the top to create a glass effect.

While that dried completely, I stamped, embossed and fussy cut the moths and sentiment ready to adhere.

Here are some close up photos for you.

Visible Image products used:

mesh circle stencil

jumbled numbers stencil

moth stamp | glimmer of light quote | light bulb

Wow! Your background looks amazing, so much texture and it is perfect for the moth! Loving the glaze on the lightbulbs and the glow around them! Thank you ♡

You will find more inspiring cards and projects from Lynda over on her blog.

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Take care and stay well.

Helen & Mark xx


Glimmer of Light

Hello! Thank you for visiting our blog today!

Elisa Ablett is here with awesome inspiration…

Hi everyone,

I am here on the blog today with a mixed media canvas made with the backing board from an old paper pad, I love to repurpose items when i get a chance.

I loved the look of this stamp set when I first saw it, so versatile and a little bit grungy for those art journal pages and canvases and a fantastic verse to use as well.

To create the stamped moths I used Dina Wakely scribble sticks rubbed directly onto the stamp and spritzed with water and then stamped on watercolour cardstock. I added a darker colour over the top to add dimension and then once dried, I added highlights with Glossy Accents. I get a fantastic impression with Visible Image stamps each and every time.

The background was created using beautiful Turquoise and Gold Metallic Wax from Finnabair. The Gold wax was rubbed through the Strobe Stencil to create rays of light behind the light bulb.

A friend gave me a few pieces of black cardstock that had been embossed with a 3D hexagon pattern, I fussy cut them up and stuck them to my background which i had painted black. Then i rubbed the turquoise wax all over the background and added the Strobe Stencil along with Gold Wax.




I wanted to show you the amazing colour you can get from a few coats of the waxes when they hit the sunlight! look at that blue, just gorgeous.  Makes those stamps pop!

Here are the Visible Image stamps that I utilised for this project.

Well that’s it from me today, thanks for stopping by the blog 🙂

Hugs xx

LOVE this Elisa! The gold wax looks incredible against that deep blue.. awesome canvas!
Thank you ♡

You will find more of Elisa’s awesome projects over on her blog.

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Have a great day!

Mark & Helen xx


Elemental Moth

Hello! We are back with our second inspirational project here on the blog today.

Heather Mitchell has combined a new stamp with a best seller to create an amazing mixed media card…

Hello everyone and welcome to my blog post!

Today I’m sharing (yet another) DT make for Visible Image and today’s uses both Elemental and Glimmer of Light stamp sets.

Having just purchased all the new gorgeous Distress Oxide ink pad colours, I gathered all the neutral colours (Frayed Burlap, Antique Linen, Gathered Twigs and Iced Spruce) and made an inky background to which I added some gold spritzing ink for a hint of shimmer.

I love the textures you can make with the Distress Oxide ink pads… perfect for stamping over!

Once this was dry, I heat embossed the Elemental stamp in Wow!’s Metallic Copper.  If you never used heat embossing powder, it is just mesmerising to watch it melt and I particularly fond of the copper colour way as it really adds a warmth to your projects.

I’ve matted the background onto scuffed up black card to give a clean finish

To add the light bulbs, I stamped these in black Stain ink and coloured using Distress Spray Stains in Mustard and Spiced Marmalade and then added Ranger’s Glossy Accents to make them shine and give a glass effect.  Once fully dry (allow to air dry) I threaded some floristry wire through a small hole and twisted the wire to secure it’s position.  Having given the top a little twirl, I adhered them to the card using 3D foam dots (under the bulb) and a small strip of masking tape to the wire.

The sentiment is stamped using Wow!’s Ebony heat embossing powder and I love the way it lays over the Elemental stamp (lovely bit of texture!)

For the large Moth, simply heat emboss in Wow!’s Sea Foam White and fussy cut him out.  To add a slight hint of colour, I’ve used a gold spritzing ink to paint on some extra sparkle.  Once finished, secure him to the card using 3D foam dots.

And there you have it, although in hindsight I would’ve stamped the Moth a few times and layered up his wings using vellum or acetate but maybe next time!

Stamps Used:

Have a lovely Sunday whatever you’re doing, and hope to see you on over in the Visible Image Facebook group soon.

H x

Totally awesome background there Heather! Loving the Elemental stamp embossed, and the masking tape adds great interest too! Our moth looks fantastic.. thank you ♡

You will find more of Heather’s fabulous projects over on her blog.

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We will be back with more projects from our amazing team this afternoon.. so stay tuned!

Mark & Helen xx


Glimmer of Light

Hello there! After a blogging break and well earned rest over the holidays, our Design Team are all revved up and excited to share lots of awesome new inspiration!

Kicking off the year in amazing style, here’s Lanette Erickson..

Hello All!

Today it is my turn to share & hopefully inspire you here on the Visible Image Blog.

So I thought I would share a layered tag I created featuring the Glimmer of Light Stamp Set. After all its the stamp that drew me to Visible Image and it really is my favorite set. I just love the stunning moth, he is giant and makes the perfect focal point. As you can see here…..

Products Used: Visible Image Glimmer of Light Stamp Set, Lindy’s Stamp Gang Sprays: Voodoo Violet Blue, Witch’s Potion Purple, Delphinium Turquoise, Screamin Banshee Black and Blazin Black. Lindy’s Stamp Gang Purely White and Obviously Black Embossing Powder. Watercolor Pencils. Ranger -Glossy Accents, Foam Tape, Watercolor Paper. Versa Mark Stamp Pad, Stazon Ink Pad, Prima/Finnabair Acrylic Sparks Paint- Raven Black and Metallique – White Pearl. A bit of ribbon, a few rhinestones and an eyelet from my stash.

See, he really is just beautiful and the perfect focal point!

Now you can see why he is my favorite!

Plus, the verse is such a perfectly positive message, you really can’t go wrong with this stamp set.

Now let’s a better look at the compete stamp set….

Glimmer of Light

Now before you go let’s take a closer look at my tag.

Here you can see the layers of both tags each with the same beautiful background.

I created this background using Lindy’s Sprays on watercolor paper and I let them air dry, for a soft smooth shimmer.

Additionally, you can see both layers of the moth. The fussy cut moth that I gave a little pop too using a bit of foam second is stamped directly on the tag.

Now make sure you stop by and join the fun over in our Visible Image Facebook Group!

We have a lot going on this month and you don’t want to miss anything!!

Trust me you want to see what is coming your way next week!!

Thank you so much for stopping by today!

I hope that I have inspired you in some way!

Incredible tag Lanette.. thank you! Your moth is stunning! And check out that background.. WOW! ♡

You will find more of Lanette’s amazing projects over on her blog.

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Sharon Traynor will be here on the blog tomorrow with a super stunning card!

Next Monday we start previewing our NEW stamps launching at Creativation.. we are just so excited!!!

Thanks for visiting our blog today.

Mark & Helen xx


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Glimmer of Light – Visible Image

Hello 🙂 Thanks for visiting our blog!

Susanne Rose is here with a fantastic tutorial today…

Hi everyone!

Today I’d like to share some spooky Artist Trading Cards with the awesome Visible Image “Glimmer Of Light” stamp set. I also have the step by step instructions for you:

An ATC is a card that measures 2.5″ by 3.5″. I cut two from a Brusho background.

I used my square mini Gelli Plate to add some texture. I used the mini Honeycomb Delight stencil by STAMPlorations plus “Wedding Cake” paint from Martha Stewart. I stamped the sentiment, which comes with the Visible Image stamp set, randomly on top. Just to create more texture.

Í stamped the main image – the death’s-head hawkmoth – on my cards and also onto some white cardstock.

I used Distress Inks to color the moths.

I adhered the butterflies after I stamped the light. I stamped the light on white cardstock and adhered it, too.

I inked the edges with Distress Ink “Black Soot”.

For a special finish, I used some silver embossing paste and scribbled it all arround the edges.


Thank you for stopping by today.
Susanne xx

Products from Visible Image

Visible Image Glimmer Of Light Moth COL stamp set
Glimmer of Light

Thank you Susanne they are awesome! ♡

See you soon with more gorgeous inspiration!

Mark & Helen xx

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Darkest Moments – Visible Image Stamps

Hi there! Thanks for visiting our blog today! Sorry for the lack of posts recently, we have just been inundated with orders for our Summer Release which is AMAZING! Thank you ♡  We are thrilled you are loving these new designs so much!

We have lots of amazing Design Team inspiration for you over the next few days! We’re kicking off with a brand new project from Teresa Morgan…

I am so excited to be sharing my first project with one of the new sets of Visible Image stamps – Glimmer of Light. This beautiful moth design comes with a cool light bulb and fantastic sentiment and is so versatile. I have created a mixed media canvas for you:

Visible Image stamps - Mixed Media canvas - Moth stamp - Glimmer of Light quote - Teresa Morgan

I used washes of DecoArt Media acrylics to created my background: Cobalt Teal Hue, Cobalt Turquoise Hue, Dioxazine Purple, Burnt Umber, Pthalo Green Blue. I flicked some Carbon Black Media Mister onto the damp wash then allowed to dry. Once dry I flicked a bit more of the black Media Mister (to create more defined spots) and did the same with White Linen Dylusions spray ink.

Visible Image Stamps - Glimmer of Light

I wanted to add some texture, so used white DecoArt Media Crackle Paste and black DecoArt Modelling Paste with some stencils, and once again set aside to dry.

I used the script stamp and flourish from the Revolution set to add some background detail. I stamped them both with black Archival Ink, and then used the script stamp with Ranger Sticky embossing powder and turquoise foil. I stamped the moth and light bulb with Archival Ink and used Glossy Accents to highlight the glass bulb.

Visible Image Stamps - Glimmer of Light

Finally I stamped the sentiment onto white card and cut it out, edging the pieces with black ink. I hope that you enjoyed today’s project – be sure to come back next week to see more of the new release stamps in use!!

Stamps Used:
Glimmer of Light

Visible Image Glimmer Of Light deaths head moth skull stamp set


Visible Image stamps Revolution

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Amazing canvas thank you so much Teresa! Loving the dark and light elements and all that shimmer ♡
You will find more of Teresa’s awesome projects over on her blog.

It is always so incredibly exciting to see the first Design Team creations with new stamps!!!

We hope you will show us what YOU create by entering our ‘Show & Tell’ challenge in our Facebook group 🙂

Thanks for stopping by today, you can check out our whole summer release HERE!

Have a great weekend!

Mark & Helen xx

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Glimmer of Light – Summer Release @ Visible Image

Well hello there! Thank you for coming to check out today’s preview…

We are incredibly excited about this NEW stamp set, it’s our favourite from this release!

Glimmer Of Light

Visible Image stamps - Glimmer of Light - Moth - promo

Mark has designed the amazing Death’s-Head Hawkmoth and Helen has written the words, which we think will mean something to a lot of people. And yes, you get the awesome hanging light bulb in this set too!

We cannot wait to see what is created with these stamps… something brilliant from Mark is definitely on the cards soon!

And now for some very exciting news…

All our NEW stamps will be available to pre-order from tomorrow, Friday June 17th! And there’ll be a special pre-order offer too! Release date is June 24th.

If you want something different… then you are in the right place!

If you want amazing quality… you are definitely in the right place!


Do not miss the unveiling of ALL our Summer Release stamps tomorrow… including our Christmas 2016 designs!

We hope you are loving what you have seen so far.

See you tomorrow for a very exciting day!

Mark & Helen xx

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