Tuesday, 25 June 2013

'Love is Immortal' with Visible Image

Hi Guys :D

It's 'Soozie Tooseday' my DT day for Visible Image
WOW! What a Truly AWESOME  time it's been for my buddies Mark, Helen and Cheremane, they had a right time at Create & Craft and what a show it was on Saturday morning.....I was so proud of them, beaming with pride and honoured to be part of their team and my cards were on TV whoop whoop!
I hope everyone enjoyed it as much as I did and I hope they get the support they so truly deserve, great sets and a MUST for any stamper.

Don't forget we have 2 competitons running at the moment one on our Facebook group page where you must use the free Visible Image stamp from July's Craft stamper magazine the 'Live,Love,laugh' stamp and the winner gets to pick £20 worth of stamps!!! 
The other competition is our June blog challenge Visible Image stamps have character you must use a stamp, no digi's and it has to be a character, not necessarily one of ours but it does double your chances!
The prize is £10 to spend on our amazing stamps.

For today's creation I was inspired by a technique showcased in July's Craft Stamper Magazine by Birgit Koopsen which involves layering embossing powders. 
To achieve the look I wanted it wasn't as easy as I thought it would be, so I had a couple of attempts until I was happy :D 
Now I've gone for my favourite colours again, I feel more at ease with these, especially for a technique I've never done before!
Now I'm a lover of heat embossing and an even huger LOVER of Visible Image Stamps so it makes me very happy when I combine them both :D 
Here it is :-

 For my border on the card I used the new amazingly fantastic border from the 'Jake skates set' heat embossing in wow bright white on some black card, then mounted this onto a 6 x 6 blank black card.

For my embossing powders I used 'Heat it up's' Silver tinsel, wow's primary ebony, apple red and bright white and with versamark covered my entire area and did stripes and some curved swirls using Birgit's technique, I then zapped with my heat gun and with a combination of staz on jet black ink and the powders I stamped using the AWESOME Immortal Love set, I adore this set. 
I also used the Ink Splats and the chain from the Heavy Metal Set..... 
I had the idea in my head of what I wanted to achieve with the barbed wire curving it  I then used my heart dies and positioned on the black card using foam pads to give dimension

I hope you all like it and I'm rather chuffed with it, wasn't sure in the beginning if it was going to work but it turned out well in the end
I like to kill 2 birds with one stone so  it's my DT creation for this week and my entry into Take it, make it, Craft Stamper Challenge 3

Thanks for stopping by and check out all the FANTASTIC STAMPS at VISIBLE IMAGE
You will not be sorry :D

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Much Love


  1. Fabulous card great image xx Jan

  2. Wow wow wow this is stunning Suze the colours and technique are super and what an inspiration. Crafty hugs Cheremane xxx

  3. WOW stunning Sue! Love the design and the gorgeous effects.

    Linda xxx

  4. This is AMAZING! Brilliant effect created and the stamps you have used compliment each other so well! Love the black and red, superb design. We are so lucky that you're part of our team! Mark & Helen xx

  5. Thank you sooooo much everyone :D xxx

  6. Fabulous card Sue, I love it, there's so much dimension and interest. Hugs P xxx

  7. Love this Sue! Love all the colours and embossing on the heart, fab!! xxx

  8. This is fantastic , the embossing is stunning and a great colour combo xx

  9. Gorgeous card, love the border. Loved seeing Visible Image on C and C all your cards looked amazing on TV xxx

  10. Fantastic card! Loving all your detail- the border is just fab. Thanks so much for sharing with us at Wags n Whiskers. Hope you have a Great day!

    - Jenn DT
    Crafted My Fancy Blog Candy

  11. Gorgeous card, so striking, thanks for joining us at Without Words. Joey xx

  12. Love this Sue, great colour combo and the stamps work perfectly! Thank You for playing along with the Craft Stamper Challenge! xxx