Sunday, 25 August 2013

Visible image Sunday

Morning all.

How are you guys doing? enjoying the bank holiday weekend ? My daughter has gone off to London and is having a great time apparently . Just what is a foam party anyway and why on earth after spending an hour straightening your hair would you want someone throwing foam in it and not be cross about it..... Oh no a big fat your getting old, just slapped me in the face lol ... ah well.

It's Visible Image Sunday yay and I am blogging all the goodies I have worked on this week for the launch of their new Limited edition Lone Ranger inspired stamps which are just amazing.
I have to say I had some Visible image stamps already in my stash so I new they were deep etched and really good quality but this week having used so many I am sooo happy to say a huge WOW to Mark and Helen, they stamp perfect every time and the image is always crisp and clear, well done you guys!.

 Here is Clayton from His set , which includes a fab Bullet and bullet hole ,gun also and the piece of wood which can become anything like a fence,gate,arrow etc.

 Some close ups!
Here I melted some layers of UTEE and stamped into it to give me the sheriff's badge and bullet holes . I used alot of masking techniques too to get the fence and grass, bullets and Clayton in front of the fence.
He is coloured with Promarkers.
 This is all the items in the set,great hey!

Next we have Silverheels .
I made an easel card for this and stamped silver heels and masked him off with a post it. then added the fire and tomahawk, birds too.
Again coloured with Promarkers and distress inks + some treasure gold wax to the edges.

This card features Tala.  I did more masking for the background to create the moon,clouds and smoke for the fire etc.
 I drew the chain for the dream catcher but the dream catcher stamp is just fab isn't it and has so many uses.
Pretty Tala.
 I used a stepper card here to feature all three sets and all the goodies each one has included. The fire. dream catcher and the bow and arrow is all amazing.
I oped the card flat here to show how to arrange it . The follow your dreams was again 3 layers of UTEE melted and the stamp was pushed in which molten this gives you the technique to create the metal sign.

 Here's the guys all coloured in.

So let me know what you all think, I really enjoyed colouring them all in and adding all the little touches. 
If you want to see what the rest of the team created for this launch pop over to the blog or the facebook page and scroll through , the guys have done some amazing cards and if your like me and need to get things finished if you start them, you will sit up until 5.30 a.m colouring away happily not knowing that the birds are going to start singing away very soon haha.. but it was definitely worth it as it all looks stunning.

On a personal note I received a gorgeous bunch of flowers and voucher form my buddy down the coast to say thank you for staying at hers and looking after her Kitty while she was away which I was more than happy to do as I got to see my son everyday while I was there too so I would like to say a huge Thank you to her and to give Jasper some love from me. Joanne I had a great time thanks honey xxx


  1. Can't wait for mine to arrive soon and you have done such clever designs and that is super, fantastic colouring too.


  2. Awesome blog Kim and fantastic creations, what a fab teamie you make...... Your making me sooooo want a melting pot, love what you've done with utee :D xx

    1. Thank you Sue but you are fab too, i love all your cards. I love my melting pot but these were done just by putting some versamark ink on card putting on the UTEE, melting, then more ink, more utee and melting, 3 times til you get a thick layer then dropping the stamp into it and pressing hard with your acrylic block. soon as cool pull out the stamp carefully and voila bobs your auntie on weekends. xx

  3. Your work is outstanding Kim, we love what you have created with our new stamps. Superb designs and fantastic techniques. The 'all nighter' was so worth it as the results are incredible. Brilliant blog post too! Thank you so much, honoured to have you on our team. Helen xx

  4. hey kim, wow what a lovley blog, i adore your cards, so much inspirations , great to have you on the team hun xx
    ps following xx

  5. Wow I love your cards xx Jan

    1. Ahh thanks so much Jan, welcome to the blog x

  6. Kim, what a delightful "roll out" you have created with each of the images in a variety of awesome cards! It was so FUN reading your post and seeing what each photo contained (I SO enjoy multiple photos to see all the details.) Really great colors, and wonderful designs! hugs, de

  7. These are amazing, ilove your techniques.....following xxx

    1. Thank you Sylvia and welcome to the blog xxx

  8. Finally have found a spare 5mins to have a catch up on your! you have been busy:) So pleased for you! Love these stamps and your fantastic creativeness just brings these stamps to life:) x
    As for foam parties....haven't things changed, What happened to the cinema or Friday night disco lol:) x