Friday, 21 October 2016

Visible Image Stamps & Monolith, Fantasy film, Micro beads and shrink Plastic.

Hi there,

I'm still on the Halloween theme, well it is the spooky month you know, lol,
  Visible Image Stamps have some awesome designs that you could use for any occasion.

I have used an MDF Monolith, for this bit of inspiration......

The Stamps used on this Visible Image Monolith were.....

The head of the skull was created using Fantasy Film, and the sentiment is on Shrink Plastic. The background is a mop up towel, covered in various inks and sprays, and I used micro beads around the edges.

On this side of the Monolith, the stamps I used were.......

The bottom butterfly is coloured using Distress Inks, and the top butterfly is Fantasy Film.

Don't forget to enter the Visible Image Show & Tell for a chance of winning a whopping £40 worth of goodies......HERE.

Thank you for popping in, see you again soon, hugs Pauline xxxx

Monday, 17 October 2016

Pauline's Inky Workshop, October 2016 - The Stunning Results.

What a fantastic day, lots of crafting, lots of laughs,
  just take a look at the stunning results, from my 
fabulous talented 'Craft Crew',
  although some projects are not displayed, as they are still works in progress.

My next Inky Workshop in Warwick, will be January 15th 2017, we will be playing with a Visible Image MDF Monolith, among other things.

Thanks for popping in, hugs Pauline xxxx

Saturday, 15 October 2016

Lavinia Stamps, Dylusion Sprays, Distress Inks, Wow Embossing Powders & Stickles.

Hi again,

Just popping in, as it's half way through the month, I want to remind you of the 
You've still got time, to get your entry in, the prize is a whopping £40 for the winner, who is chosen at random, to spend on their website. 
The only rule is to make sure you ONLY use Lavinia Stamps, 
the theme for October is 'Blues & Purples'.

Of course it's Halloween coming up, so I had to create a spooky card.....

The stamps I used were........
one of the Three Field Mice, Spider from the Bugs set, and the web is a very old stamp.

Thanks for visiting, hugs Pauline xxxxx

Friday, 14 October 2016

Visible Image Stamps, Distress Inks, Wow Embossing Powder and Stickles.

Hello again,

Where on earth do these weeks fly to, and it's gone so Autumnal too,
so I thought as it's getting closer, I would make a couple of 'C' cards, I won't actually write the word, as it is a bit early !!!!!!
So using some fabulous Visible Image Stamps, I made these two cards.....

I used the same Visible Image stamp sets for both cards.......

I used Distress Inks for the background, stamping the large Ray with versamark and heat embossed with Wow gold Sparkle EP. I stamped all the trees and Santa, again using Distress Inks, and sparkled them using Stickles in different colours. White glue and glitter makes the snow.

I used Black card for this one, again heat embossing the Ray, also the Santa, but with a silver powder. The snow is white card, layered, with heat embossed trees, on heat resistant acetate, and red Stickles as an accent.

Some Visible Image places of interest......

Thanks for visiting, hugs Pauline xxxxx

Friday, 7 October 2016

Visible Image Stamps, Distress Inks, Wow Embossing Powder & Glossy Accents.

Hello friends,
I'm back again, and this week I'd like to share a Visible Image, Halloween card, so you Crafter's of a nervous disposition, look away now, hehehehe !!!!! 

The awesome stamps I used to create this card were.....
 The sentiment is not available at the moment, but will be back soon.

I used distress inks for the background, also for stamping the skulls.
 Again using Distress inks, I coloured in the zombies, all the blood is emphasised using a bit of acrylic paint, I dried it then coated it all with Glossy Accents. The sentiment was heat embossed using some green and red Wow powders.

These Zombies are such fun to work with, I'm sure the kids will love them !!!!!

Time to think about getting your entry into the Visible Image Facebook 
Show & Tell, for a chance to win £25 of goodies.

Check out the gossip and daily DT Inspiration in the Visible Image Facebook group HERE.

The Visible Image Facebook Page is HERE.

And of course where all the news is shown, the Visible Image Blog, HERE.

Thanks for dropping in, hugs Pauline xxxx 

Saturday, 1 October 2016

Lavinia Stamps, Brusho's, Distress Inks, Wow Embossing Powders & Stickles.

Hi again,

Just popping in to show you some DT samples,
 as the October Lavinia Creative Challenge starts today. The theme for this month is 'Blues & Purples', so get creating and enter a project HERE, no blog needed,  for a chance to win a whopping £40 to spend in their web shop.


A Brusho background over stamped using inks and embossing powders.....

Distress ink background, over stamped using Distress Inks, and the butterfly was stamped onto a piece of card and fussy cut.

Again this background is achieved with Distress Inks and the stamps I used are....

Thanks for popping by, hugs Pauline xxxx

Friday, 30 September 2016

Visible Image Stamps & Monolith, Dylusion Paints, Archival Ink, Wow Embossing Powder, Stickles & Glossy Accents.

Hi there,

A very quick Visible Image post today, as I will be on my way to the 'Happy Stampers Craft Show', at Port Sunlight, along with Helen and Mark (Mr & Mrs Visible Image).

So my share today is a Visible Image Monolith, decorated with Visible Image Stamps of course !!!! 
These Monoliths are such a fab home decor idea, two sides to decorate, so you can switch them around, and they make awesome pressies.

 The stamps I used for this project were.......
Mr Bone JanglesGlimmer of Light, and of course the MDF Monoliths.

I painted the Monolith, using some Dylusion acrylic Paint, then stamped some skulls onto the painted surface, using Archival ink. I highlighted one  skeleton using a white pigment pen. I stamped the big skull, and the lightbulbs onto a piece of card, heat embossed them using black powder, and fussy cut them, then added them to the Monolith using glue gel.

On the other side, I coloured through a stencil, using Archival ink, then I stamped some skulls onto the MDF, again using Archival ink.
I stamped the skeletons onto heat resistant acetate, and heat embossed using black powder, and fussy cut. The coloured skulls were stamped onto a piece of card using Distress ink, and fussy cut, and added along with some cotton to make balloons.

I added stickles here and there, then on top some Glossy accents.

Do stop by and say hello to us on Saturday, if you are at the show.

Hugs, Pauline xxxxxx