Hopes and Fears – Visible Image stamps

Hi There! Thanks for coming to see us today 🙂

Tomorrow we will be heading to Port Sunlight for our very first time exhibiting at the Happy Stampers show! Really looking forward to it 🙂 We are all organised and ready so we shall be having an evening off tonight! Yay!

On to today’s inspiration. The fabulous Teresa Morgan is here with two awesome cards for you…

Spring has been a mixture of of bright sunshine and stormy showers in the UK, so I wanted a splash of bright colour in my craft projects to cheer up the gloomy mornings.

My first card features the beautiful Woman INKognito stamp which I have teamed with two of the newer stamp sets, Drag and Drip, and Leave Your Fears.



Visible Image stamps - Inky Woman cameo - Teresa Morgan


I stamped the woman with three shades of Distress Ink, offsetting the design each time. Then I stamped her with Versamark and embossed with black embossing powder.

The sentiment was stamped with black Versafine ink. I felt that something was needed at the top, so used one of the Drag and Drip stamps to create a corner in black and pink.

Stamps Used

Woman INKognito

Leave Your Fears

Drag and Drip



My second card is a CAS (a personal challenge for me!)


Visible Image stamps - There Is Always Hope - Teresa Morgan


I stamped the star from the Universal set in Mustard Seed and Peacock Feathers Distress Ink randomly over the card front. The sentiment is stamped with black Versafine and matted onto yellow card. I added a Prima gem to the centre of the ‘O’.

Stamps Used

Universal

Fae Hope set

Don’t forget that there is still time to enter the DT call, all the details are HERE.



Two fantastic cards from Teresa. Our Woman INKognito looks stunning… don’t you think it looks like her aura is glowing? Gorgeous colours <3  The sentiment on the second card is so beautiful, and goes perfectly with the stars. You’ll find more of Teresa’s brilliant work over on her blog.

Come back tomorrow for Fabulous Friday with Pauline 🙂

Have a great evening!

Mark & Helen xx
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