Tuesday, 4 June 2013

'Soozie Tooseday' with Visible Image Stamps - Grunge polka dots, butterflies & spots - 04-06-2013

Hello Everybody :D
I'd just like to thank you all for your lovely comments lately, I really do appreciate it :D

Have you heard the FANTASTIC NEWS?
VISIBLE IMAGE'S are on Create & Craft at 11 a.m on the 20th June!!!!!
How amazing is that & how much do Mark & Helen deserve it?
Chuffed to bits for them, I really am :D
The lovely Cheremane will be demoing along with Mark and Helen (Madge) will be watching in the wings...(crying with pride :o))
Our fantastic design team and myself have been busy creating with the NEW stamps that will be up for sale, can't wait to see my cards on TV :D (giant, HOOOOOGE beam!)
AND 
Don't forget to purchase Stamp Crafter magazine this Friday, the free stamp is designed by Mark Watt & there's a 3 page spread whoop whoop.
Cheremane and Kay have made some beautiful creations with the Freebie stamp that will also be published , I just can't wait for Friday :D

AND LOL ......it's my birthday, well it was yesterday but I've had a fab time and got lots of lovely cards & presents.......I even challenged Helen (Madge) to make me one & it's awesome......check it out on our Facebook Group Page.

So it's all happening for Visible Image WHOOP WHOOP :D......GOOD TIMES :DDDD

Ok now I must get onto my DT creation this week.
I recently acquired from my buddy Cheremane some WOW Apple red embossing powder, now those who know my work know i'm particularly fond of black/white & red combo's & this red just POP's....I love it!
I had some polka dot organza ribbon (in various colours - red, black & purple - i'm sooooo predictable lol) 
that I am just loving at the moment, well anything spotted actually (apart from my face!)



Firstly I stamped on white card the adorable Large Butterfly and small butterfly with versamark and heat embossed in the wow apple red, cut out and added red flat backed gems.I LOVE these butterfly's, they're so classy & the image is so detailed & sharp, I use these stamps a LOT!


I Stamped on white card stock  the beautiful Bronte border in versamark & heat embossed in wow primary ebony on the top half & for the lower half of the card I heat embossed in the apple red with the gorgeous Grunge Polka Dot. Added the black organza ribbon and a white flower die strip (from Joy I think) to some black cardstock, added little red gem's and attached with double sided tape to the centre then mounted and matted onto black card, red creata mirror board and a white 6 x 6 blank card.
Finishing with 3 black pearls & attaching the butterflies with 3d foam stickers!
I love the clean cut look, vibrant popping effect & of course the colours, it's very me :D

We have a new challenge for this month OUR BLOG the topic being 'Visible Image has character' you don't have to use one of our characters (but you do have to use 'A Character') but it will increase your chances of winning £10 to spend on our AWESOME stamps & it MUST be a STAMP.... NO DIGI'S!
Our FAB team have done some fantastic creations, so please check them out!
Last months entries were exceptional, well done to the winners, you talented guys you!

Thanks again for taking time to pop in :D
Much Love guys
Suze


Visible Image Blog Badge, Blinkie

I would like to enter this into the following challenges :-
Make my Monday - Ribbon or lace

26 comments:

  1. What a fabulous card....love the black & red together, so classy. Really like the script stamp too x

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  2. Fabulous Sue, love the colour combination.

    Hugs
    Linda xxx

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  3. Striking card.. Love the colours and the stamps, Px

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  4. wow this is fab. Gorgeous colours and loving the butterflies . Thanks for sharing at glitter n sparkle hugs Trisha x Good luck

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  5. this is a gorgeous card Sue.

    greetings karin

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  6. This is stunning Sweetie, I love the colours you have used & the layout is great x

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  7. This looks fabulous Sue xx Jan

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  8. What a pretty card, love the red, white and black.

    Sylv xx

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  9. Gorgeous Sue! Love the red, white and black very striking xx

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  10. Fantastic card, I love' love' love the colour combination, everything just pops out of the page. Brilliant work, and I am now following you. Hugs P xxx http://paulinescraftyhaven.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Thanks for following me :o))))) xx

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  11. Very striking card. Great color combination.

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  12. Gorgeous card, love your colour scheme! Thank you for joining us at Eclectic Ellapu this challenge!
    Claire xx
    EE DT

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  13. Gorgeous Card! I love that embossed butterfly and those colors are fantastic. Thank you for sharing with QKR Stampede this Week.

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  14. What a beautiful card!!

    loving all those spots & dots

    Lisa
    xx

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  15. Fabulous card :D
    Thanks for joining us at Di's Digi Challenge & Good Luck!
    Hugs
    Tracey
    x

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  16. I just love this card xx great colours and fabby layout xx

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  17. This is gorgeous. TFS with us eclectics this week.
    Elaine aka Ellapu

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  18. What a amazing card! Love the red-black-white-combo!

    Thank you so much for joining us at Songbird Challengeblog :)

    Hugs Linda

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  19. wow stunning card, i love the colours of butterflies.
    Thank you for playing at SFC this week.
    Francy

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  20. Absolutely STUNNING work! Awesome stamping! That black and red just jumps right at you. Love it! Madge xx

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  21. Thank you for joining us at MMM with this fabulous card Love the colour scheme and the pretty butterfly.
    Suzi B x

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  22. Sue, your card is beautifully stunning. Just the right balance of black, white and red. You did a wonderful job!

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  23. Gorgeous card. I love the colour combo. Thanks for joining in our "Things with Wings" challenge at Crafty Calendar this month.
    Hugs
    Bev x

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