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Friday, 18 October 2019

Visible Image Stamps and Stencils, Distress Inks, Versafine, Wow Embossing Powders, and Ranger Rock Candy Crackle Paint.




Hello there,

I'm back with one of my 'Visible Image' creations, as it's 
Fabulous Fortnightly Friday.
I thought I'd make something suitable for the Halloween mood, that a lot of Crafters seem to be in at the moment....... well, it is only a couple of weeks away !!!!


The fabulous 'Visible Image' stamps I used were........ 
the stencil I used was...... Dark Hearts.

So, first thing was to blend a background, using Mustard Seed, Picked Raspberry and Salty Ocean Distress Inks (my three 'go too' colours), then with some water in my hand I splashed it, dripping it around, then drying it with my heat tool. I then stamped twice in the middle of the background, with the cracked glass stamp out of the 'How Fragile' set, using Worn Lipstick Oxide Ink.
 Placing the stencil onto the background, I blended through it  with Chipped Sapphire Distress Ink, but only around the edges, I took the stencil away, then again all the edges again with the same ink.
On some new white card, with the light bulb stamps, (masking off the filament), I stamped using Versafine Onyx Black, I then stamped the large skull, into the large light bulb, using Versafine Clair ink in colour 'Cheerful', and using a Koi orange watercolour pen, I  coloured the middle bit, I repeated this with the smaller skull into the smaller light bulb.
Using the little light bulb from the 'Glimmer of Light' set, again masking off the filament, I stamped 5 of them, then, just using the head of the skeleton, I stamped it inside the bulbs. I also stamped the sentiment, and fussy cut everything.
On some black card, I stamped the whole skeleton with embossing ink, then used 'Wow Opaque Bright White Embossing powder, heated it, then fussy cut that too. 
I also stamped the wonderful Death Head Moth onto some white card, heat embossed it with 'Wow' Primary Ebony Embossing Powder, fussy cut it, then coloured with Koi watercolour pens.
I attached everything together, using Pinlair 3D Glue Gel, then painted a thick coat of Ranger Rock Candy Crackle Paint, onto all the bulbs.


Here are all the Visible Image places, for you to check out......

The SHOP, where you can find all the Visible Image Stamp collections.
The BLOG, catch up with all the Visible Image news.

The FACEBOOK GROUP, where you can enter the 'Show and Tell'.

The FACEBOOK PAGE, where there are exiting weekly giveaways.

and the three social media sites......



Hugs, Pauline xxxxx 

Friday, 4 October 2019

Visible Image Stamps and Stencils, Brea Reese Liquid Inks, Daler Rouney Pearl Liquid Acrylics, Zig Watercolor Real Brush Pens, & Wow EP.



Hello again, 

It's Fabulous Fortnightly Friday, my day to share some 'Visible Image' love.

I hope you've got your sunglasses handy, as this creation is a rather bright one, lol, well you know me, and if you don't well check out the rest of my blog !!!!!


The 'Visible Image' stamps I used were........

My background is a piece of Bockingford hot pressed watercolour card, which I spritzed with water, then dropped some Brea Reese watercolour ink, in various colours, and let it bleed out, I then added some drops of Daler Rouney Pearl liquid acrylic ink, then spritzed it again, and left it to dry. The pearl from the liquid acrylic ink, travelled around, giving the colourful background a fabulous pearl sheen.
Whilst this was drying, on some more Bockingford card, I stamped the Thorax from Just Breathe, twice using Versafine Onyx Black ink, and dried them. I then coloured them using some Zig Watercolor Real Brush Pens, and fussy cut them !!!! I left one whole, and cut the other one so's that only the front ribs were left, so I could layer them up.


I stamped the large sparkle stamp, from Ray's of Light, and the sentiment onto some white card with Versamark, and heat embossed using some Wow Blue Glitz Embossing Glitter, and fussy cut it, leaving a small amount of white card around them.
When the background was dry, I stamped randomly with the small sparkle stamps, using Black ink, then I assembled the images, with 3D glue Gel, the whole thorax first, then the large sparkle, then the rib cage.


Here are all the Visible Image places, for you to check out......

The SHOP, where you can find all the Visible Image Stamp collections.
The BLOG, catch up with all the Visible Image news.

The FACEBOOK GROUP, where you can enter the 'Show and Tell'.

The FACEBOOK PAGE, where there are exiting weekly giveaways.

and the three social media sites......



Hugs, Pauline xxxxx 

Friday, 20 September 2019

Visible Image Stamps and Stencils, Distress Ink, Wow Embossing Powder, Pebeo Acrylic paints, Cosmic Shimmer Luna paste & Stickles.




Hi there,

It's Fabulous Friday, and here's my fortnightly post for 'Visible Image Stamps'.

Today it's a 7" x 7"  mixed media card, using some superb products from Visible Image......
Creative Chaos stamp set, Life is Beautiful stamp set 
and Stop Meshing Around stencil.


My background was an A4 piece of Glossy Card, using Mustard Seed, Picked Raspberry and Salty Ocean, to colour it, adding the ink separately onto my glass mat, spritzing with water, then pulling the card through it, adding more ink to cover the card as necessary.


I cut a piece off this coloured card, 6" x 6", then using the circle filler stamps from both sets, I stamped using the same Distress ink colours, as before.


I placed the stencil over the inked background, and added Cosmic Shimmer, Moonlight Pearl Luna paste through it. While this was drying, I stamped the Hummingbird with a Wow Embossing Pad, onto heat resistant acetate, and used Wow Ebony Embossing Powder, and heated. I fussy cut this, and used Acrylic paint on the reverse, and left to dry.


On a piece of Bockingford hot press water colour paper, I stamped the flowers, three large and three small, with Versafine Onyx Black ink, and heat embossed them with Wow Clear Holographic EP, I fussy cut them, then coloured them with Distress Ink, I also stamped some stalks, and embossed them again with the holographic EP, and fussy cut these too.


On the left over coloured glossy card, I stamped the sentiments with Versafine Onyx Black ink, and heat embossed them with Wow Holographic EP, then fussy cut them too.


I adhered all the components to the card, using 3D glue Gel for added dimension, then using a white pen, I highlighted the bird, and added Stickes for that extra bling.


Here are all the Visible Image places, for you to check out......

The SHOP, where you can find all the Visible Image Stamp collections.
The BLOG, catch up with all the Visible Image news.

The FACEBOOK GROUP, where you can enter the 'Show and Tell'.

The FACEBOOK PAGE, where there are exiting weekly giveaways.

and the three social media sites......



Hugs, Pauline xxxxx 

Friday, 6 September 2019

Visible Image Stamps, Distress Inks, Versafine, Clean Color Brush Pens, & Stickles.




Hellooo,

It's Fabulous Friday, my day to share a card I've made using some of the awesome stamps available from 'Visible Image'.


The stamps I used on this 6" x6" card were.........



My background was achieved by blending Distress inks randonly, Mustard Seed, Picked Raspberry and Salty Ocean, before flicking a little water over it to bleach the colour out. I then blended Chipped Sapphire around the edges, and again blended a touch of Black Soot, just on the very edges. 
I stamped with the large circular stamp out of the 'Ripple Effect', after I used masking tape across the middle of the stamp, and then another piece of tape to mask off half the stamp again, meaning, that I was only stamping with a quarter of the stamp, and some Gold Ink, (you can just about see it in the photo) to give a subtle sparkle, I did this four times.


On a separate piece of white card, I stamped the moth, light bulbs and sentiment, fussy cutting them, and colouring them with my Clean Color Brush Pens (I left the sentiment white, but went around the edges with my yellow pen). I adhered these to my background, with 3D glue Gel, when the glue was dry, I stamped the smallest Moth three times, then used a Sakura sparkle pen and a white pen to add some highlights, and of course Stickles to finish it off.


Here are all the Visible Image places, for you to check out......

The SHOP, where you can find all the Visible Image Stamp collections.
The BLOG, catch up with all the Visible Image news.

The FACEBOOK GROUP, where you can enter the 'Show and Tell'.

The FACEBOOK PAGE, where there are exiting weekly giveaways.

and the three social media sites......



Hugs, Pauline xxxxx 

Friday, 30 August 2019

Visible Image Stamps and Stencils, Brusho, Clean Color Brush Pens, White Glue & Glitter.



Hi there, I hope you are all well,

It's Fabulous Friday, so time for me to show you another Christmas card I've made, using some great Visible Image Stamps and a super stencil.


I thought I'd mix it up a bit with this card, so the stamps I've used are......
Santa Claus, and the sentiment is from Sentimental Christmas, I also used the Time Tunnel Stencil.

My back ground was achieved by having two pieces of water-colour card ready, placing the stencil onto one piece, sprinkling yellow Brusho over it, and gently spritzing with a fine water mist, lifting the wet stencil off, flipping it over then placing it onto the other piece of card, press gently, then remove. Whilst the two pieces of card are drying, wash and dry the stencil. 
Then take the first piece of card, place the stencil on again, but move it around, so that the yellow part is hidden by the stencil, this time sprinkle Blue Brusho onto the stencil, spritz again with water, take the stencil off, flip it over and place it on the second piece of card, but this time showing the yellow, this gives you two backgrounds, which will be slightly different.
The back ground I used for this card, was the second one, onto this I sprinkled some extra chunky white embossing powder from my stash, heated it from underneath, to look like falling snow. 
I stamped Santa and the chimney with Versafine, onto some Bockingford 300gsm, Hot Pressed water colour card, then coloured them with Clean Color Brush Pens, and fussy cut them both. I attached them to my background with 3D glue gel, adding some gauze as chimney smoke. I added the sentiment, then using some Cosmic Shimmer Dries White glue and sprinkled glitter on whilst wet, to make snow on the roof and chimney.



Here are all the Visible Image places, for you to check out......

The SHOP, where you can find all the Visible Image Stamp collections.
The BLOG, catch up with all the Visible Image news.

The FACEBOOK GROUP, where you can enter the 'Show and Tell'.

The FACEBOOK PAGE, where there are exiting weekly giveaways.

and the three social media sites......



Hugs, Pauline xxxxx 

Friday, 23 August 2019

Visible Image Stamps & Stencils, Colorbox Inks, Wow Embossing Powder, Cleancolor Brush Pens & Glossy Accents.



Helloooooo, 

It's Fabulous Friday, and this week it's the gateway to a Bank Holiday weekend, I hope you have something exciting planned.

I have a Christmas card to share with you, it's very modern and made using two of the awesome new stamp sets designed by 'Visible Image', along with one of their 'must have' stencils.


The stamps I used were...... Christmas Chaos and  the swirls the penguin and the sentiment were from....... Snowman Jack, and the script from Christmas Backgrounds, the stencil I used was Two Tone.

My background was achieved by brayering two Colorbox inks in Strawberry and Cornflower, side by side, I then spritzed the cornflower with water, and allowed it to drip into the Strawberry. After drying this, inked up Ithe script stamp with Cornflower, and stamped it over the blue side. I next stamped the Chaos stamp along the bottom in Strawberry ink, then moved the colour a bit with a paintbrush and water, I dried it and stamped again, this time using a pink permanent ink. Taking the swirl from the Snowman Jack set, I stamped it with blue permanent ink down the left and at the bottom. I stamped the smaller trees in Black Versafine ink. 
Then came the heat embossing, I stamped and fussy cut the larger tree, putting Wow embossing ink all over the tree, then covering it with Pink Fizz embossing powder and heated, I also stamped the chaos stamp onto black card, and heat embossed with Wow Fluorescent Pink EP, and cut out the circles to use.
The little penguin from the Snowman set, was shouting t me to be on my card, so he got stamped, fussy cut, and coloured with pens, but he was shy so wanted to hide behind the Pink Tree !!!! To finish I added some stencilling with Strawberry ink, and coated some of the spots with Glossy Accents. 


Here are all the Visible Image places, for you to check out......

The SHOP, where you can find all the Visible Image Stamp collections.
The BLOG, catch up with all the Visible Image news.

The FACEBOOK GROUP, where you can enter the 'Show and Tell'.

The FACEBOOK PAGE, where there are exiting weekly giveaways.

and the three social media sites......



Hugs, Pauline xxxxx 

Friday, 16 August 2019

Visible Image Stamps, Brusho, Wow Embossing Pad, Wow Ebony Embossing Powder & Stardust Stickles.



Hi there,

It's Fabulous Friday, and I've been creating with one of the super new Stamp sets, from 'Visible Image' called 'Christmas Eve'.


My background was achieved using Brusho's, Black, Gamboge, and Turquoise, spritzing the card and sprinkling on the paint crystals. I left this to dry, before stamping with a Wow Embossing Pad then heat embossing all the images with Wow Ebony Embossing Powder. I then used a Sukura white pen around all the images and shaded to look like snow, I stamped the stars with a white ink pad, then covered all the snow and stars with Stardust Stickles, well it would be rude not to !!!!!!

Here are all the Visible Image places, for you to check out......

The SHOP, where you can find all the Visible Image Stamp collections.
The BLOG, catch up with all the Visible Image news.

The FACEBOOK GROUP, where you can enter the 'Show and Tell'.

The FACEBOOK PAGE, where there are exiting weekly giveaways.

and the three social media sites......



Hugs, Pauline xxxxx