Wedding Day Roses – Visible Image Stamps

Good Evening! Hope you had a great weekend 🙂

It’s been a Bank Holiday here in the UK so an extra day off for the kids and we decided to join them, as the sun came out 🙂 and we so needed a day off!!!

We headed to a gorgeous beach 20 minutes drive from home, and met up with family for a yummy picnic! That was followed by a game of footie and flinging a frisbee around, trying not to hit passers by! It was so nice to see the sun, spend some quality time with our family and breathe in some sea air <3

Rest Bay 3

Rest Bay 2

Rest Bay 1

On to today’s inspiration. We will pass you over to our amazing Kim Bacon who has a stunner for you today…

Hello to all my readers!  Hello to any new readers.


It goes like this, on a Monday I blog for my DT. I am on the Visible Image design team.  Each week I show you one of the pieces I have made using ONLY Visible Image stamps. Hopefully my project will inspire you!


Make yourself a drink, pull up a seat and enjoy the ride!


Sometimes I get the inclination to do some serious cutting out! It may not be for anything in particular but I like to have a stock of bits ready to add to random projects.  I have a few favourite Visible Image designs I like to stamp and cut. Butterflies is one of them but this rose stamp which was the freebie with Craft Stamper a while back, is another favourite!

Visible Image stamps - Roses - Wedding Card - Kim Bacon


Now don’t worry if you don’t have the freebie stamp because Visible Image do the same rose in a couple of sizes. Details at the bottom of the page.

 Kim Bacon - Roses - 1          AWM-Grunge-Polka-Dot-ws2012-519x389

I started as I usually do by colouring a couple of A3 pieces of card. Here I used dark pinks and pale greens which I then stamped over with the grunge polka dot. Once all this was dry I went over the whole area with a very very dry brushing of gesso. This took the edge off the colours and also gives a lovely chalky finish. On a piece of card which was big enough to be the main background for the project I stamped the rose all over in a burgundy colour. On another piece I stamped and embossed the rose in white.

Kim Bacon - Roses - 2          Kim Bacon - Roses - 3

I then stamped some leaves from the Poinsettia set using just green watercolour paint.


Then came the cutting out! I settled down with a cuppa and got to work. Little while later I had a pile of roses and leaves!

Kim Bacon - Roses - 4

These were arranged onto a piece of burgundy card and I used some of that 3D silicone glue to give them some height. I placed them in a swathe across the card, I used a piece of vintage lace to give some more interest.


I then stamped the sentiment which is from the More than Words group of stamps. A few faux gems to add a bit of sparkle and it was done!

Visible Image stamps - Roses - Wedding Card - Kim Bacon

As always here is the ingredients list, just click on the image to go straight to the web-shop page…

0 Visible Image Roses flowers stamp      Visible Image Poinsettia stamp set

AWM-Grunge-Polka-Dot-ws2012-519x389      On Your Wedding Day

Click HERE to go to my KimzKrafts Facebook page


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

Happy Days!  Kim 

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You’ll find us at The Happy Stampers Festival in Port Sunlight next Saturday, May 9th. Hope to see some of you there… it’s our first time at this show 🙂

Come back tomorrow for more Visible Image stamps inspiration with the awesome Sue Joseph!

Have a great evening.

Mark & Helen xx

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