New beginnings with Visible Image

New year, new decade, new beginnings, new post for Visible Image :)

I made this card for my self, maybe I'll haning on my wall as a reminder :)
Here is a quick step by step:
On watercolor paper I blended some distress ink trough the stencil Fibres then I stamped with Somewhere In Time the big stain with Pumice Stone Disteress Ink
then from the same stamp set, I stamped the clock with Black Archival Ink to build the background some more stamps, from the Creative Chaos this time

On another piece of cardstock I stamped my quote from the Brave And Strong stamp set and made a frame with a fine marker

Now is time to give a little more structure to the background so I applied some modeling paste trhough the stencil Count Me In

and when dry add more color with the grey Brusho

Some white splatters to finish the bacground, before applying some wire, the quote and the little stripe that I cut from the top of the card

And here is the result

Christmas ATCs with Visible Image

Christmas mood ON with these ATCs :)

I love working in small size, and so I created some Christmas ATCs in a classical color combo: lot of red and gold
The Visible Image tree of the Crhristmas Chaos stamp set is the perfect focal image, trimmed to fit the small scale, and stripes from the Christmas Background works well as sentiments.

Here the stamps and stencil used:

Christmas Chaos
Christmas Backgrounds
Two Tone

And here is the process video

Ornament Card with Visible Image

For my DT post for Visible Image, today I share a Christmas card made with a 'no-christmas' stamp set, infact the focal images are from the 'Night Owl' while the date border is from the 'Christmas Chaos'

First of all I prepared my background blending some Distress Ink

Then I stamped around the edges the branch from the 'Night Owl'

Some water spritzs to create a snowy look

I colored with Nuvo Shimmer Powder another cardstock on wich I stamped 
the round element

and then punched three circles

With a metallic thread I 'hung up' my ornaments

I finished my card with the date border from the 'Christmas Chaos'

Some glitter spritzs and my card is finished :) 

Don't judge card with Visible Image

The new autumn stamps release by Visible Image is just amazing and so inspiring

I love mix and match old stamps with the new one, and so I created this card with the focal point from the 'Don't Judge' stamp set, a man silhouette and lot of sentiment stripes from this set and from the 'Somewhere In Time' set, all this sentiments are in the background but also strike the man who is maybe overwhelmed inside and outside, but...ehi...don't judge :)

Here the stamps and stencil used:

Don't Judge
Somewhere in Time

Count Me In

And here is the process video

Xmas Tree Tag with Visible Image

I love making tags and play with these gorgeous stamps, so I've created this tag using some Distress Oxide and Wow embossing powders to enhanche the stamps and stancils used

It's pretty simple butI'm satisfied on how it turns out, maybe I'll try also in different colors :)
Here the stamps and stencil used:

Christmas Chaos De-stressed
Two Tone

And here the process video

Snowflake Xmas Card with Visible image

Happy Staurday, today in my post for Visible Image I'll share with you my first Christmas card of the year :)
One of my favourite technique to make an effective backrgound is to make layers with Distress Ink and a backgrond Stamp stamped tone to tone and then stamp the focal image and the sentiment with Versamark and emboss with WOW! embossing powder
I used the folowing stamp sets
Snow is folling
Christmas Backgrounds
Christmas Chaos 

Here is the process video