Saturday, September 19, 2020

Visible Image Christmas Release

Hello everyone!

The Visible Image Christmas 2020 Release is now ready to ship! Have you checked it out? Today I am sharing some projects made with the new stamps and stencils.

First up is the fabulous INKED HOLLY, one of the new mini stamp sets.

I made a watercolor background using Peeled Paint and Crushed Olive DOX inks, and loosely colored my holly with Karin markers. Some extra holly berries (glitter enamel dots) and gold metallic thread are my embellishments. I spattered black ink to finish off the look.

Next up is the beautiful SCRIBBLED STAR. I absolutely love this one. Not only can you use it for Christmas, but it makes a great celebratory card, say for a birthday, too!

I made a shaker card, stamping the image in Hero Arts Intense Black ink, and then outlined some of the letters and star with a yellow Posca paint pen.

I added my shaker mix of stars and beads. For the frame, I used the stars from the new ICONIC CHRISTMAS stencil, with Simon Hurley's Sike! ink.

My third card today uses the beautiful SIMPLY SNOWFLAKES and a sentiment from the previously released SENTIMENTAL CHRISTMAS.

I used the emboss resist technique on this one, to give the impression of swirling snowflakes. I stamped my snowflakes with Versamark ink, and then embossed with White Detail Embossing Powder. I then painted a background using Tumbled Glass DOX ink.

A trio of sequins adds dimension and sparkle to finish the main card panel. I backed it with some shimmer cardstock in a complementary blue shade, and used white as the card base.

The links to supplies for these cards are below. They are affiliate links, at no extra cost to you.



  1. Great cards, these stamps will be on my wish list!

  2. Gorgeous cards! I love the look of the holly!

  3. Beautiful cards, especially the holly one.

    Thanks for joining us at Craftyhazelnut's Christmas Challenge.

    Helen x


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