Friday, 31 January 2014

Visible Image Stamps, Distress inks, Promarkers, Wow embossing powder.

Gosh, nearly the end of January, time is going far too fast, lol.
It's Friday, and my turn to showcase some of the fantastic stamps available from Visible Image.

Today I'm sharing a card made with

I started by stamping and heat embossing the Ripped Fishnet onto turquoise card, then stamped the sentiment and heat embossed that. I stamped Clara, coloured her using Promarkers, and added some glossy accents here and there.

 She's quite a sassy chic, lol !!!

A new Visible Image Challenge will be starting on Saturday 1st February, so I'll be back with news of that very soon, the winner of the January Challenge will be announced also......HERE

Don't forget to check out the Visible Image Facebook group too.....HERE

Thank you so much for visiting,

Big hugs, Pauline xxxx

Sunday, 26 January 2014

Tim Holtz Stamps, Distress inks, Visible Image Stamps, wow embossing powder.

Hello again,

Just a quickie, my partner and I celebrated yesterday 25th January, it was the 13th Anniversary of our first date !!

So I made him this 8"x 8" card, using Tim Holtz stamps, Visible Image stamps, Distress inks, some masks and some glittery embossing powder, I hope you like it, Robin loved it fortunately !!

Thank you once again for visiting,

See you again soon, hugs Pauline xxxx

Friday, 24 January 2014

Visible Image Stamps in Creative Stamping Magazine.


I'm a little bit excited today, as two of my cards have been showcased in the 'Creative Stamping Magazine',
 using just a few of the fabulous, deep etched,
 that are available to buy.

I have never seen my name or piccy in print before, gosh,
 upward and onward to infinity and beyond, as Buzz would say, lol !!!!!!

I'm afraid the photo's produced in the magazine, look very washed out, so don't show all the detail, so I have added my own photo's too, for comparison.

I hope you can read the recipe of how I made these cards, please don't take too much notice of the time's they decided the cards take to make, I did'nt make them that quickly, lol !!!!

 The Visible Image stamps I used.......

I hope you've had a look at the Visible Image Challenge, a chance to win £20 worth of stamps. Only a week left to enter, please pop over and take a look, read the rules and see the DT inspiration HERE.

To see what people think of Visible Image, the buzz about new stamps, and customer projects, pop over and join the Face Book Group HERE.

Thank you so much for visiting, and for your very inspirational comments, I really do appreciate it.

Big Hugs, Pauline xxxx

Tuesday, 21 January 2014

Visible Image Stamps, Distress inks, Promarkers.

Hi crafty friends,
Just a quick post, I was lucky enough for the postie to deliver the newest stamp that Visible Image Stamps has added to their family.

He is called 'Harley'
and of course I had to get him inked as soon as I could !!!

He comes with a few fabulous extras, including a sentiment, so I was able to make some mini playing cards too. I decided to decoupage 'Harley', to make his bells etc. really stand out.
Hes was coloured in Promarkers, and all other ink was Distress inks.
I also used the 'Grunge Harlequin' background stamp, which is also new.

I hope you like him, do check out all the other stamps available HERE,
 and don't forget to enter the January Challenge HERE.

Thank you for popping by, see you again soon,
Hugs Pauline xxxx

Friday, 17 January 2014

Visible Image Stamps, Adirondack inks, Wow Embossing powder.

Hi there crafty friends,

My share this week using Visible Image Stamps
is a simple card, with a quite a big impact.

The stamps I used are....
with a sentiment from the fabulous Chandelier set.

The card is self explanatory really, I stamped the Ink splats using Adirondack inks, and then heat embossed with Wow clear embossing powder, the sentiment was done in exactly the same way.

I think the sentiment is quite apt, and the finished card is very versatile,
 it can be sent to anyone, for any occasion.

I hope you've thought about entering this month's Visible Image Challenge, the theme is 'Anything Goes', you must use at least one Visible Image stamp, not a difficult task, and you could win £20 to spend on new stamps, have a look at the DT inspiration, and other entries HERE

If you haven't got a blog and want to enter, just post a piccy on the Group wall, and state that you want it to be an entry.

The Face Book group is a hive of activity, you can get hints and tips, ask questions and display your creations using Visible Image stamps HERE.

Have you seen the brand new stamps now available, 
he is called Harley Jester Set and you can see and order him HERE.

Thank you so much for visiting, and taking the time to leave your lovely comments.

See you soon, hugs Pauline xxxx

Friday, 10 January 2014

Visible Image Stamps, Distress inks, Gilding flakes.

Hi there friends, 
and a quick thank you, and a very warm welcome to my New Followers.

Today I'm showcasing four stamps from Visible Image.

and the 'Birds' from the Free Your Imagination set.

I started by making a mask for the moon, then creating a background using Distress inks

The tree was stamped using Flitter glue, and then I added gilding flakes, 
love them !!!

I stamped the sentiment and the birds using Distress ink.
Simple but I hope you'll agree, effective.

Visible Image's Design Team is growing, there have been some fabulous editions to the team, you can meet the very talented newby's, Amber, Tracy, Kim, Suzi, Hazel and Susan...... HERE
A very warm welcome to you girls.

Have you entered the January Challenge yet, the theme is 'Anything Goes', just insure you use at least one Visible Image Stamp, (no digi's please), and create. The prize is £20 to spend on new Visible Image Stamps, take a look at the Design Team's inspiration, and read the rules, then enter..... HERE.

Take a look also, at the Visible Image Facebook Group, join in the fun, and display your Visible Image Creations....... HERE.

Thank you once again for visiting, and for your fabulous comments.

See you soon, hugs, Pauline xxxx

Saturday, 4 January 2014

Visible Image Stamps, Distress inks, Cosmic Shimmer Embossing Powder, Wow Embossing Powder, Glossy Accents, Stickles.

Hi Crafty friends and followers,
a very Happy 2014 to all you lovely people

I've had a couple of weeks off from blogging my Visible Image creations,
but I am back, sharing my inspiration for the first Challenge of 2014,
the theme is 'Anything Goes', the prize is £20 to spend on Visible Image goodies, so pop over to the Visible Image Blog, read the rules and
 get cracking.

I have made two cards both 6"x 6".

The Visible Image stamps I've used are

I stamped the length of wood across the card, and went over it with my distress tool, then stamped the roller paint with Versamark, heat embossed using Cosmic Shimmer 'Coral Glow Aurora' powder, added the paint blots using distress ink and Glossy Accents.
On a different piece of card, I stamped the brush, roller and pot, adding the 'Paint the Town Red' to the label, I also added some 'Woodware Fun Foil' to some area's to look metallic, fussy cut them all out, shaped them then attached them to the card, lastly I stamped the sentiment at the top.

Card 2 was created in the same way, except I made a piece of card to protrude at the front, using 'Wow Pink Fizz' embossing powder to give the rolled paint effect. I went over the Zebra Background with a Gold 'Wink of Stella' pen, and used Stickles over the Celebrate, for some added girly sparkle.

Take a look also at the 'Visible Image' Facebook group, where stampers can showcase their own creations using Visible Image Stamps, share news and ask questions HERE.

Thank you so much for visiting, please leave me a comment, I don't always reply, but I do always read them.

Big hugs, Pauline xxxx

Wednesday, 1 January 2014

Lavinia Stamps, Sweet Poppy Stencils, Distress inks, Imagination Crafts Sparkle Medium.

Happy New Year to all my friends and followers, both old and new, 
I hope it will be a Happy and Healthy one, and that it brings all your hopes and dreams

Today sees the start of the first Lavinia Stamps Challenge of 2014,
 the theme for January is 'Add some Glitter'.

There's a new feature to the Challenge, 
if you haven't got a blog, don't worry, you can now enter by Email, details are HERE, so come on, there's no excuse not to enter now !!!! The prize of course is a whopping £40 to spend on new goodies from Lavinia.

I have made 3 cards to help inspire you, all of course using copious amounts of Stickles glitter, lol !!!!

My first card is 7"x 7", and uses a Sweet Poppy stencil, designed by Tracey Dutton of Lavinia Stamps, I used Imagination Crafts 'Sparkle Medium' through it, in 3 colours.
The Lavinia Stamps used are..... 
Fairy Couple, Bluebells, Flower Trail, Leaf Trail, The World is full of Beauty,
The Trumpet Fairy, was from a Lavinia set from QVC, as was the Scene Scape used for the background.

My second card is 6" x 8", and again uses a Sweet Poppy Stencil, designed by Tracey Dutton of Lavinia Stamps, but this time I coloured through the stencil with Distress inks, then used Translucent Paste and Micro beads.

The stamps I used are.........
Birds, Lavender, and Nigela Damascena.
I created the background using Distress inks, and loads of Stickles !!!

The last card is 6"x 6".

The Stamps used are.....
Mushroom Dwelling, Birds, Stars 2, Stars and Zen Home is Where the Heart is.

Again I created the background using Distress inks, the Mushroom Dwelling was coloured using Inktense pencils, and the sentiment was heat embossed using 'Wow' Pink Fizz powder, and the finishing touch was loads of Stickles.

All stamps can be seen and purchased HERE,
and you can see all the DT inspiration and enter the Challenge HERE.

I hope you have enjoyed looking at my creations, thank you for taking the time to visit, and to leave me your comments.

Hugs to you all, Pauline xxxx