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Friday, 22 September 2017

Visible Image stamps, Brusho's, Wow Embossing Powder, Embossing paste & Glitter.




Helloooooo,

I hope you are all well, it's Fabulous Friday, so my day to share some crafty inspiration, using some of the fantastic Visible Image products that are available.
Today it's a simple card, but with a very important message.



The stamps I used were..........
The sentiment is Create an Escape, the butterfly from Own kind of Beautiful, and the stencil is Cosmic Skies.
The background is made with Brusho's, which I dabbed on with a paintbrush, sprinkles some salt over it, and left it to dry, then brushed all the salt off.
I placed the stencil over the dried background, used a palette knife to put some translucent paste through it, removed the stencil, then sprinkled glitter over whilst it was wet.
The sentiment was heat embossed with white EP, onto a offcut of card that had been coloured with Brusho's. I heat embossed the butterfly with white EP, onto white card, fussy cut it, then coloured it with Distress Inks, and added some Stardust Stickles.

Take a looksie at these 'Visible Image' places of interest.......

SHOP - where you can see all the products.
BLOG - All things Visible Image.
FACEBOOK GROUP - This is where you can enter one of the two challenges running, or enter both. The 'Show & Tell', for a chance to win a £25 voucher, and the 'Distressed' theme, for a chance to win a £40 voucher.
FACEBOOK PAGE - Exciting weekly giveaways here, don't miss them.

Thanks for dropping in, hugs, Pauline xxxxx



Friday, 15 September 2017

Visible Image Stamps and Stencils, Distress Oxides and Wow Embossing Powders.



Hi there,
It's Fabulous Friday, so time for me to share something I've created, using some of the awesome Visible Image goodies available.

Again it's a card for a man, people say that men are very hard to create for, but Visible Image have that covered, with some fantastic Stamp sets, and also some new stencils.


On this card, the 2 stamp sets I used were.......
and the 2 stencils.... Grungy Union Jack and Strobes.

I took a square piece of white card, placed the Union Jack stencil on it, and blended through it, using three Oxide inks, Picked Raspberry, Salty Ocean and Twisted Citron, after removing the stencil, I spritzed it with water, and let it run. Then after drying it, I placed on the second stencil, with the middle of it at the top of the card, and the strobes radiating down, and blended through it with Salty Ocean.
When it was dry, I stamped the Drummer, and the Rock Out with Versamark, and heat embossed the drummer using Black EP, and the Rock Out with white EP. I grounded the drummer, by adding a darker band underneath him.
Using the devils horn hand, from Rock Out, I stamped with Seedless Preserve Oxide ink, and gently coloured them in in the same colour.

I hope you'll visit the 'Visible Image' Shop, and see the whole range of goodies available HERE.
Get your entries into the two challenges running on Facebook, the first is the 'Show & Tell', for a chance to win a £25 voucher, and the second is a themed challenge, this month it's 'Distressed', enter this one for a chance to win a £40 voucher, see the rules HERE. 

Thanks for popping in, hugs, Pauline xxxxx



Friday, 8 September 2017

Visible Image Stamps, Distress Inks, and Wow Embossing Powders.



Hello,

It's Fabulous Friday, and time for some 'Visible Image' love, if you didn't know, myself and Mark Alexander (Owner of Visible Image, along with his lovely wife Helen, and designer of all the stamps and stencils), will be appearing on Create and Craft TV, this evening at 7pm, and again on Saturday morning at 9am, demoing some brand new stamps and stencils, along with some already favourite stamp designs, so I hope you'll tune in. 
Anyway, my share for today is a card made using one of the awesome new stencils and a brand new definition stamp ............

The new products I used were......

The background is blended Distress Inks, Peacock Feathers, Picked Raspberry and Mustard Seed, then flicked with water, I put the stencil over the top, and inked through it with Chipped Sapphire, I stamped the Son definition onto a piece of white card using Versamark, and heat embossed with Black Embossing Powder, I inked the edges, and placed the stencil on it, and inked through one guitar person, using Candid Apple. I went around all the edges of the background, and the definition with Versamark, and heat embossed with a silver sparkle EP.

Some 'Visible Image' places of interest for you to visit........
SHOP - you'll be able to see all the products here.
BLOG - where all the news is.
FACEBOOK GROUP - there are two challenges running this month, Show & Tell, enter your project made with Visible Image products, for a chance to win a £25 voucher.
FACEBOOK PAGE - there is an exciting weekly giveaway here.
And you can follow Visible Image on Pinterest, Twitter or Instagram.

Thanks for popping in hugs, Pauline xxxx




Friday, 1 September 2017

Lavinia Stamps, Lavinia Scene-scapes, Brusho's, Distress Inks and Stickles.



Hi there,

The Lavinia September, Facebook Creative Challenge has started, the theme for this month is 'Autumn Equinox', so get creating for a chance to win a fantastic £40 voucher to spend in the Shop, here are my DT samples, plus all the samples I made for the recent sell-out TV show.


This first card was made, using one of the fabulous Scene- scapes, you can see the whole selection available HERE. The stamps I used were......


This card was created using Brusho's, and the stamps used were.....

Below are all the cards I created using the new stamps and Scene-scapes, that were on TV with our lovely Amanda.














Thanks for visiting, hugs Pauline xxxx

Vicible Image Stamps, Brusho's, Distress Inks & Wow Embossing Powders.


Hello everyone,

It's Fabulous Friday again, and time for me to share some 'Visible Image' Love. Well, I was so excited to receive some of the awesome new Visible Image stencils to play with, it will give an awesome new dimension to the already fantastic 'Visible Image' stamp designs,
well done Mark Alexander (designer extraordinaire).


This card was created using Brusho's, and the stencil I used was Fibres, and the stamps I used were Sing and Disguise of a Smile.
After sprinkling yellow and red Brusho's onto the card, spritzing it with water, and adding more Brusho, to get a nice intense colour, drying it, then using the stencil, I went over the whole card with Festive Berries Distress Ink, using a blending tool, this gave a nice 'Hot' feeling. I stamped the microphone using Oxide ink, but it sort of disappeared into the background, lol, again I dried it all.
I stamped the beautiful singer using Versamark, and heat embossed her with Black Glint EP, I also did the same with the top words. I felt the new 'Disguise of a Smile' sentiment went quite well with this image, and I heat embossed it with White powder. To finish off, using a quickie glue pen, and glitter, I gave her a sparkly dress.

Check out these places of Visible Image interest......
SHOP, a place where you can view and buy all the products.
BLOG, everything Visible Image.
FACEBOOK GROUP, this is where you can enter our two Challenges, the 'Show and tell', for a chance of winning a £25 voucher, and the September Challenge, the theme is 'Distressed' for a chance to win a whopping £40 voucher.
FACEBOOK PAGE, there are exciting weekly giveaways here.
Mark and I are back on Create & Craft next Friday 8th September at 7pm, and again on Saturday 9th September at 9am. we will be demoing some of the fabulous new 'Visible Image' products.

Thanks for popping in, hugs, Pauline xxxx



Friday, 25 August 2017

Visible Image Stamps, Decoart Acrylic paints and Wow Embossing Powders.



Hi there,
 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......
Shop
Blog
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  robingphipps@msn.com
or contact me via Facebook Messenger.

Thank you for popping in, hugs, Pauline xxx



Friday, 18 August 2017

Visible Image Stamps, Oxide Distress Inks, Wow Embossing Powders and Stickles.




Hi there,

It's Fabulous Friday, and time for me to share something I've created using some fantastic Visible Image Stamp sets. 



On this card the Visible Iimage stamp sets I used were.....
Face It, the flower and the crackle are from Create It,
 the words 'Creative People' are from Outside the Lines
and 'Sparkle' is from Smile, Sparkle & Shine,
 and I also used the Face shape mask and Stencil, to contour the chin.

The background was a achieved by blending three colours of Oxide ink randomly,  and then spritzed with water.
 On top of this I blended the same inks through a small dotty stencil, again randomly.


I then stamped the beautiful face, using Versamark, and heat embossed it using a Black Sparkle embossing powder, whitening the eyes with household bleach on a paintbrush. I stamped the crackle stamp with some pink Oxide ink, down one side of the face, then stamped again using blue Oxide ink, when dry, I added a touch of pink and blue Stickles, to give them sparkle.
 The lips were coloured with pink Stickles, and the eye shadow is blue Stickles.
Using a palette knife, I spread some translucent stencil paste, through the dotty stencil, just in the neck area. I removed the stencil, and sprinkled glitter over the wet paste.



I stamped loads of flowers with Versamark, and heat embossed them, some with pink sparkle embossing powder, and some with blue sparkle embossing power, then fussy cut them all. I shaped them with my fingers, glued a gem in the middle of each, then added them around the face using 3D glue gel.
The words 'Creative People' was stamped with Versamark, onto pink card, and heat embossed with black sparkle EP, fussy cut, and positioned into the flowers with 3D glue. 'Sparkle' was stamped again using Versamark, and heat embossed with Pink Sparkle EP.

Here are some interesting 'Visible Image' places for you to visit.....

The SHOP - where you can see all the products.
The BLOG - for all things Visible Image.
Facebook Group - this is where you can join in the 'Show & Tell', for a chance to possibly win a £25 voucher, to spend on new goodies.
Facebook Page - there are exciting weekly giveaways here.

Thanks for dropping in, hugs, Pauline xxxx