Good Monday Morning to all.
A huggggggggggggggge thank you to all of you that tuned in to watch the two shows on Saturday and took the time to email in or email me etc etc wow I was very lucky to have so many lovely comments so thank you all from the bottom of my heart, it truly does make all the hours sample making to show off the products worthwhile even if only one of you email its such a special feeling especially when you recognise the name but it is lovely to think all the kind things total strangers say too.
Today I am doing my Visible Image post , all my regulars will know that I usually post this on Sunday but Lovely Helen asked if I'd post Monday just this week so here is my creation for today.
The colours I used were
Black soot and fired brick distress inks.
I took my inks and started adding them in my usual fashion over the embossing, Once I was happy with the depth of colour ( the black looks dark blue here but it is definitely black) I then took the bronte border script and the fired brick and added some random stamping here and there. I dried this thoroughly and ran the static pad over again to make sure the next embossing will not stick to the distress ink, as it does if it isn't dried properly.
Once done I matted it first onto white then black and again white but this white is a real high shine for the last layer but unfortunately the camera doesn't pick it up well.
Next I stamped the gorgeous and a little saucy corset and coloured it in with the same colours used on the card but for the ribbon lacing's I used a Sakura stardust pen and made the whole thing sparkle a little too.
I added them to the card and finished with varying sizes of flat back pearls in the 2 opposite corners and a black and silver dazzle stone in the other two corners.
Here's another finished look. I hope you like it.Sorry about my thumb in the way , I held it up on the wall behind me ( which is actually cream) .
Here are the stamps I used this week.
Bronte Script Ripped Fishnet Background
Corset Live the life.
A last look at the finished card then.
Have a great day and I look forward to reading you comments.
Lots of love