Friday, 4 March 2016

Visible Image Stamps, Visible Image Monolith, Pebeo Dyna acrylic paints, Grunge paste, Wow embossing powder.

Hello there,

Welcome to my bloggie, I was again very lucky to have one of my
 Visible Image Monoliths, showcased in the latest ( April 2016 ) edition of the Craft Stamper magazine.

I do love decorating the Monoliths, you get two sides to play with !!! 
On this one I used the Visible Image small Inkognito Flower, which is free with the magazine, a definite must have, I also used the Flower Inkognito set.

I painted the MDF using the Dyna paints in 3 colours, got some grunge paste which had some gold mica powder added to it, and using a palette knife added it through a stencil. The flowers were stamped and heat embossed onto acetate, and painted, and I fashioned a vase again using acetate.

The other side of the monolith, was painted in the same way, more flowers on acetate, and the sentiment used was Me Time.

I hope you'll grab some of the fabulous Visible Image Monoliths, they are such fun to play with, endless possibilities.

Do enter the March Show & Tell, for a chance to win some awesome stamps.

Some other Visible Image places to visit

I am running another 'Pauline's Inky Workshop', on Sunday 20th March, 10am - 4pm, at a venue in Warwick. This month we are playing with paints, inks, stamps, stencils and a triple MDF picture frame. 
If you are interested please contact me via Facebook, or email me:

Thanks for dropping in, hugs, Pauline xxx


  1. Wonderful piece of home decor! I love the funky colours you used!

  2. Hi Pauline this is stunning. I am on the look out for the magazine. Take care. Hugs Jackie

  3. Wonderful creation, love the colours.

    Hugs Erin xx