Monday, 31 March 2014

Teenage Boy's Note book for Visible Image

Hi it's time for another fab post for Visible Image today, so I thought I would do something different today. I have made a teenage boy's note book using a plain black book from Ikea and some wow embossing powders to showcase a large range of Visible Image stamps. I have used
* Max Rules
* Brick Wall
* Ink Splats
* retro Dots
* Jake Skates
* Vintage Car
* Motorbike
As well as covering the front and back with cool metallic images I stamped skull's, skate board's and  you rock on random pages throughout the book's pages.
Creating hand made gift's for teenager's ( boy's in-particular) is extremely difficult, so when my 12 year old and his mate said it looked "cool" I was happily surprised! so I hope you give this a go.

All these cool stamps are available at the Visible Image website, just follow the links below.
Happy shopping! you wont be able to resist.
Claire xxx

Tuesday, 25 March 2014

Clara from Visible Image

Happy Monday One and All

It's my day to post a design for the fabulous Visible Image stamp company so here you go!
Today I have made a citrus orange and green card using the lovely Clara, Live Laugh Love, Ink Splats, Hearts from Harley Jester set and Chains from Max rocks set. I hope you all have a fab week and don't forget to enter the March monthly challenge over at visible image for a chance to win some of these amazing stamps which ends next Monday. 
Happy Crafting xxx

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I have used Spectrum Noir pen's to colour Clara,
 and would like to enter it in the Spectrum Noir March Challenge all about green!

Sunday, 16 March 2014

Visible Image's Isabella stamp

Well its time for my first every Design Team post.
I have made a vintage style card using the wonderful Isabella stamp from Visible Image for the maim focus of the card. I also used the splat's stamp's to distress the image and the you light up my life sentiment from the chandelier set which i have embossed with the copper wow embossing powder.
I just love the atmosphere and style you get with their stamps and how you can create so many different styles with the same image.

Don't forget to enter in the Visibly Image monthly challenge, this months theme is - use your favorite Visible Image stamp. So anything goes, get stamping!

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Tuesday, 11 March 2014

I am very pleased to say that I am now a member of the Visible Image design team.

Saturday, 8 March 2014

A pot of paper flowers

I have made a basket of paper flowers that can be given as a gift for any occasion by simply changing the message on the banner. I made the pot using the tim holtz rosette die to create 8 rosettes, I then trimmed them to make them slightly narrower as you go down so they look like a flower pot when stacked on top of each other.

Once i had the pot I made flowers using the tonic petal punch for the dark blue and crealies die for the light blue flowers. I cut green pearl paper leaves using the mini tattered leaf die by tim holtz and arranged them on the top of the pot.

To finish I made a banner and stamped the first line of the thank you verse in the Visible Image, more than words stamp set. I attached it to a cocktail stick and placed it within the flowers.