Friday, 28 October 2016

Visible Image Stamps and Monolith, Pebeo Dyna Paints, Fantasy Film & Stickles.

Hey there,

Another week, another Visible Image Monolith, I seem to be a bit addicted to them at the moment, lol !!!!!
Because I always decorate both sides, it's just like making two cards really, you can turn them around to suit your mood, which I love, I shall definitely be making some as Christmas Pressies !!!! 

The stamps I used on this side of the Monolith were.....
The Month from Glimmer Of LightLive in the Moment and Shine Bright, which is unfortunately out of stock at the moment.

This side of the MDF, I put a coat of white gesso on. I stamped the Dragonfly onto some card using Blue Archival Ink, and fussy cut them, then glues them onto the primed MDF, and painted over them with some blue Dyna paint. The Moth was stamped using Stazon ink, onto a foil sweet wrapper, yes you read right, lol, I'm a crafter so I'm always looking for something new to use !!!!
The light bulb was achieved, using Stazon and Fantasy film, and the sentiment was heat embossed with gold powder, and added gold glitter all around the edges.

On the other side, I painted the MDF with gold Dyna paint, added some paste through a stencil, and when it was dry, I stamped the jumping girl straight onto the painted MDF with Versamark, and heat embossed using black powder.
On some heat resistant Acetate, I stamped the girl again using Versamark, and heat embossed using Blue sparkle powder. I added blue glitter all around the edges of the Monolith.

If you live near the Craftrange Shop in Burnley, Lancashire, I am hosting an Inky Workshop there on Saturday 12th November, 10.15am - 4.15pm. £30 per person.
 3 projects, a small Christmas Canvas, and two cards, using some cool techniques. For details and booking please call the shop 01282 833091.

Last few days to get your Visible Image Show & Tell's into the album, for a chance to win some goodies HERE.

Thanks for visiting, please leave me a comment, hugs Pauline xxxx


  1. Wow Pauline...I love the two different moods that you have created! I especially love the effect that you have with the girl jumping, stunning!
    Dot x

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