3 Distress Inks + Awesome Visible Image Stamps!

Hi… we are back with our 3rd post this evening,Ā meaning we are all caught up with the latest cards and projects from the team šŸ™‚

Over to Sue Joseph with her trio of fabulous cards…Hi Guys

Sorry my blog’s a bit late today but my laptop has been reconfiguring for 2 days! Ā So it’s here at last but just a quickie as it’s almost bed time.


All these FAB stamps are fromĀ Visible ImageĀ of course!Ā Bestest stamps in THE WORLD!


I’ve used distress inks, memento inks and white Neenah card.


ForĀ matting & layering, black card and bronzed mirror board for the autumnal card.


I will list all stamps used with direct linksĀ and colour combinations šŸ™‚


Card 1 is twisted citron, mermaid lagoon and chipped sapphire Distress Inks, with memento tuxedo black.


Stamps are the Inky French script from theĀ Revolution set,Ā Butterfly INKognito,Ā Large Butterfly, and ‘Just Be Happy’ from theĀ Be Happy set


2015-07-28 Visible Image stamps - Inky French Script - Distress Inks - Butterfly stamp - Just be Happy - Sue Joseph


Card 2 is picked raspberry, worn lipstick and spun sugar Distress Ink, with tuxedo black memento ink.


The inky French script stamp from theĀ Revolution set, ‘Life is what you make it’ from theĀ Be Happy set,Ā and one of my favourite stamps EVERĀ Flower INKognito


…but to be fair ALL the stamps are awesome, there’s something for everyone!


2015-07-28 Visible Image stamps - Inky French Script - Distress Inks - Inky Flower stamp - Sue Joseph


Card 3 is wild honey, spiced marmalade and mustard seed with memento espresso truffle.


Stamps used are the inky French script from theĀ Revolution setĀ andĀ Colours of the Wind


2015-07-28 Visible Image stamps - Inky French Script - Distress Inks - Grungy Leaf Tree stamp - Sue Joseph


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Thank you for popping in if you did šŸ™‚


Much Love


Three stunners from Suze! Love the colours and designs. Have you got your hands on these awesome stamps yet??? You will find more of Sue’s inspiring work over on her blog.

We will be back tomorrow with some Wonderful Wednesday inspiration šŸ™‚

Thank you so much for visiting us here on the Visible Image blog today.

Don’t forget that we are closing for 3 weeks from this Friday, July 31st, for a rather special event!

Mark & Helen xx

Visible Image stamps and Brushos = WOW!

Good Morning šŸ™‚ It’s fabulous Fridaayyyyy!!!

Did you get to watch the eclipse, it’s gone SO cold! There are some fantastic photos online.

Today Pauline is here as always with some stunning new inspiration for you…

Hi there,Ā 

Ā It’s Fabulous Friday again, and my turn to share someĀ Visible ImageĀ Love.
Today’s Visible Image creation is a fabulous new stamp set calledĀ Colours Of The Wind
I think it’s a beautiful stamp set, but see what you think…….
Ā Visible Image stamps - Tree vine leaf - inky leaf - Pauline Butcher

I’m sorry about the quality of the photo, the light has been so gloomy of late, that I had trouble showing all the colours.
The background is Brusho’s, sprinkled and spritzed with water, until I got the effect I wanted, mopping up the puddles as they formed, to keep the colours fresh. I then stamped the leaf using Versamark, and heat embossed using Green and Orange embossing powders, I also masked off areas of the stamp so’s I was just stamping with the small leaves, I heat embossed the sentiment with Orange embossing powder. Then, you know me, there has to be bling, so out came my Orange, Green and Red Stickles, and glittered everything, lol !!!!
We are having lots of fantastic entries into the Visible Image ‘Show and Tell’,Ā if you make a card with Visible Image stamps then please do enter, you could win some new stamps, detailsĀ HERE.
Join the Visible Image Facebook group too, there’s always lots going on, take a lookĀ HERE.
I’m off to the NEC today, for some retail crafty therapy, lol !!!! If you see me, stop and say Hello.
Hugs, Pauline xxxxxxx 

Stunning card! Ā LOVE this stamp even more embossed, it looks gorgeous with added sparkle! Your background is superbĀ Pauline.You will find more of Pauline’s fabulous work over on her blog

Have a great day and come back tomorrow for Saturday’s inspiration from Amber.

Thanks for visiting us here on the Visible Image stamps blog today šŸ™‚

Mark & Helen xx

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Winds of Change – Visible Image stamps

Good afternoon šŸ™‚ We are back with more fabulous NEW stamps inspiration.

If you have missed our previous posts you will find them HERE

Over to Kim Robertson…

Hi folks

I hope you have all had a good week and not too affected by the recent snow flurries. We had a couple of days worth but not too much.
Did you all get to enjoy the recent new launch of lots of gorgeous stamps for the fabĀ Visible Image?Ā If not I have a card today I did in some really pretty girly colours that I really enjoyed making.

See what you think?Ā Ā Colours of the Ā Wind...

Visible Image stamps - Colours of The Wind - Grungy Leaf - Kim Robertson 1

What an amazing stamp set this is. as soon as I saw it I hoped I could create with this one, I just loved it .

So here is what I did to start..


I took some versamark embossing ink and some clear embossing powder on some white card and took one of the small leaves from the set and stamped a cascading array of little leaves going diagonally across the card . I added my powder and heat set.

Next I chose the colours I wanted on the card, and while I new I wanted this one to be a pretty card, I wasn’t sure which colours until I remembered my lovely Seedless preserves Distress ink and so I took my Milled lavender first and started to work this into the page and followed in with the darker shade. just in gentle circular blending movements with a very light hand to keep from getting lines etc. I then took the Milled lavender and the same little stamp and stamped several in the lighter shade which you can just see and then of course I did the same with the darker shade. I also darkened the edges of the card with the Seedless preserves so we had no white edges showing and really darkened the bottom right corner fading up into the card.


Here I took a micro fibre cloth and rubbed the ink off the embossed piece and worked the colour with the cloth into the little leaf edges which casts like a very subtle shadow if you look carefully , which gives the backing a lot of dimension without loading the card with lots of flowers and goodies on topĀ  just for a different look this week.

I chose to stamp the matching sentiment in simple black archival at the top of the card .

Then mounted it onto black card and then some foam and another matt and layer of white then black card for a classic clean look.

Next I took the large stamp from the set and look at himmmmm wow hes huge, haha and all that veining. stunning just stunning.

So using the same two inks I added the colour to the stamp with the light on one side the dark on the other and sort of blended and got it all covered then stamped it onto some thin white card the bendable type. and heat set it but of course distress is reactable with water so I spritzed it and then dabbed the colour off leaving some droplet shapes here and there. I also took a white chalk pen and flicked it at the leaf and heat set it all again.
I added a few white highlights around the edge and crumbled the leafs edges a little, not too muchĀ  and lastly I used a Sakura gel ink pen and traced some of the veins to give some sparkle and shine.
I added this to the the bottom of the card using some dimensional foam to lift it away from theĀ  card too.

This picture shows the shine more and the edge s with the little highlights and a little darkenedĀ  and blended edges too.

I left the leaf slightly off the edge of the card to look almost like it was just floating away .

I added this angle so you can see how flat this one is compared to usual but yet how much depth you can add with how you stamp your backgrounds. I also went around the little leaf edges with some white highlights as on the big leaf and some sparkle so in the light this looks so sparkly and pretty, I just love these colours, they really are some of my favourite.

This is the set called ,Ā Colours of the wind.Ā I used from the FabulousĀ Visible ImageĀ team, My very good friends Helen and Mark.

Please pop over if you would like to and look at all the new images on the launch there was so many this time, it was a huge huge launch with several different types of stamps this time and we were just sooo lucky to be a part of it on the team .

I thought I would share with you this little girl balancing on the back of my craft chair while I was creating this one for you all to see. My chair is very wobbley so she was hanging on for dear life here haha, meet Duchess my neighbours Kitty giving me an old fashioned look as if to say … sit still haha.

Well I hope all is well with you all and I look forward to sharing lots more things over the next couple of days.

If you are inspired and would like to see more of the fabby teams work with the 24 sets of new stamps from this launch feel free to pop over to the Visible Image blog and have a scroll through at all the amazing inky goodness from the Design Team, so much work goes into these launches and Helen and Mark really do work through the night and make sure everything is all set. This is a true family run business and I love it.

Here is a link to goĀ have a lookĀ and leave some love if you would like too.

Lots of love to you all


Thank you so much Kim for this brilliant step by step tutorial. We both adore this card… stunning <3 Ā You will find more of Kim’s awesome work and fantastic tutorials over on her blog.

Thanks for your lovely words too Kim… so glad you are part of the Visible Image family <3

We will be back tomorrow with more NEW stamps inspiration from Teresa Morgan.

Come on over to our Facebook PAGE if you would like a chance to WIN your favourite stamp from our NEW releases! Give our PAGE a LIKE and then find the giveaway post šŸ™‚

Have a wonderful Wednesday…

Mark & Helen xx

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