I have something a little different for you today, and look...... no pink, lol !!!!
This is a Birthday card I made, using some awesome Visible Image stamps, it was especially for the creator of the stamps Mark Alexander. I made it a bit grungy, but hopefully interesting too.
The stamps I used were......
I stamped the Watch using Versamark onto white card, heat embossed it with Bronze embossing powder, then stamped it again, but this time I heat embossed it with Black embossing powder, and put them aside, whilst I made the background.
Using turquoise and brown acrylic paint randomly, I brayered it onto a piece of white card, until it was covered, then dried it. I dusted it with an anti-static bag, then stamped the cogs using Versamark, around the three top edges and heat embossed with Bronze EP.
Using the group of numbers, and using Versamark, I heat embossed it with a combination of Bronze and some Turquoise glitter EP.
There is a big splatty silhouette stamp in the 'Somewhere in Time' set, which is extremely useful for showcasing an image, which I stamped again using Versamark, then heat embossed with the turquoise glitter EP.
Right back to the watch, I cut out the bronze one, and adhered it on top of the embossed splat, I then fussy cut the black Watch into all the small components, I adhered these small bits in their designated places with 3D glue gel, I stamped and heat embossed the springs, with Black EP.
Lastly, onto some Turquoise card, I stamped and heat embossed the name, using the 'Alphabetical' set, and the Happy Birthday from the 'Words to Go' set, fussy cut them, and adhered those too.
Some Visible Image places to visit......
Facebook Group, where the 'Show and Tell' is running, get your entries in for a chance to win a £25 voucher, to spend on new goodies.
Facebook Page, there are exciting weekly giveaways here.
I am running another Pauline's Inky Workshop, in Warwick, on Sunday 17th September, 10am - 4pm, £25 per place. For more information please email me firstname.lastname@example.org
or contact me via Facebook Messenger.
Thank you for popping in, hugs, Pauline xxx