Category: Visible Image

Snow Is Falling

I love playing with new stamps – and the new releases from Visible Image are brilliant! I’ve used both the ‘Snow is Falling’ and ‘Peace Love Hope’ stamp sets for this card. We don’t have...

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Unicorn Beauty

It’s my turn to share a card that I’ve made for Visible Image. When my son rang and said – mum, can you please make me one of your cards for Molly (gf) … oh, and it has to have a unicorn on it! I knew...

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Sing Out Loud!

The Sing set of stamps from Visible Image is definitely one for the girls!  She has attitude, she has style and she has flair. Because she has such star power I’ve teamed her up with a heap of stars! This card...

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Rock Out!

Rock Out is another of my all time favourite stamp sets from Visible Image. and the guitar player is one of the first stamps from Visible Image that I ever used, which you can see here. This set had extra stamps added to it when...

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Love You Longer

Love You Longer is a great sentiment stamp from Visible Image that can be used for so many things. I’ve combined it with the feather from Learn To Fly Again for this card.   The background is made using alcohol inks...

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Dare To Swim

It is still Summer up in the Northern Hemisphere so I thought I would use the ‘Dare To Swim’ set by Visible Image. The set comes with extra bubbles so it seemed a shame not to use them.  For this card I’ve...

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Leave Your Fears

Leave Your Fears This is a beautiful stamp set from Visible Image which I haven’t played with it for ages, so that needed fixing! I’ve been slowly trying out the oxides to see how they compare to regular distress...

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A Splash Of Colour

A Splash Of Colour is the new theme for the challenge this month over at Visible Image on facebook. There will be wonderful inspiration showing the different ways to add a splash of colour to your project by the DT, along with...

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Free Card Making Tutorial

Click HERE to see a lovely card tutorial using the Bokeh technique.

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