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March 23, 2014


Woohoo, so the time has come to share my first creation with you for Visible Image Stamps. If i say I was like a kid in a candy store when my lovely package turned up from Visible Image, that would be an understatement!! The only problem is.....Not having enough time to do all the playing I want...hehe...

Let me firstly say that although I have always loved the images of their stamps, I am so thoroughly impressed with the quality too (and I promise, I'm not just saying that because I'm on the DT:) They truly are wonderful.

I have always preferred clear stamps as I love to see where I am stamping and these are made from top photo polymer (which means I can put a nice amount of pressure on them with no worries) and they are super thick too....

So onto my first creation :)

Meet Molly, Isn't she fantastic and who says Gothic can't be cute :)

 Molly comes as part of a set which you can find here - Molly Rules stamp set and You can have just as much fun playing with the additional stamps in the set as you can with Molly.

I kept the card CAS as I really wanted Molly to be the focal point (can you tell I fell in love with her..hehe) 

The image was stamped onto the corner and heat embossed to help the black lines pop, she was then coloured using Promarkers.

Rather than adding a sentiment to the left/top, I added a coordinating ribbon across the top as I wanted to attach this cute little charm I had made.

This was made by cutting a few layers of the shape out of paper and gluing them all together. I then coloured it with a promarker and dipped it into my wondrous new melt pot (fun, fun, fun!!!) Once it had cooled I added a little ring in contrasting green, that still fitted with the image colours and attached it to the card.

I hope you love her as much as I do

Don't forget to check out the March Challenge for your chance to win an amazing prize of a £20 spend on Visible Image's superb stamps. Its a nice and easy one, 'Use your favourite Visible Image stamp'

Materials used:
Visible Image stamp set - Molly Rules
Ribbon from stash
Melt Pot

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  1. Very cute! Love the image and CAS.

  2. Fabulous, I love this image.
    Linda xxx

  3. Yes I agree Molly is cute. Thank you for sharing her with us at ( Pin ) spirational this week. Wynn DT xx

  4. Beautiful coloring! Thanks for sharing with us at {Pin}spirational Challenges!
    Tracey, DT

  5. Wow great coloring.Thank you for joining us over at CAS on sunday.

  6. Saw this on FB, Sam, and absolutely love it! I have seen these stamps on C&C and been very tempted they are just so cute! xx

  7. cute card and love the matching charm.

  8. Lovely card Samantha. Really cute image and I love the little charm. Thanks for playing along with us in our "Make a Square Card Challenge" at The Crafter's Café and good luck. Hugs, Gale DT

  9. Beautifully coloured CAD card. Love the matching charm. Thanks for joining the fun at ATSM. Monika

  10. Beautiful and colorful card.
    I love Visible Image stamps, too.
    Thank you for joining us at Hanna and Friends Challenge.
    Sandra GD

  11. You certainly did make Goth look cute! There is never enough time for crafting and playing as far as I'm concerned :o) Thanks so much for joining us this week at ATS&M.

  12. Super CAS and cute card...thanks for joining our challenge at CFAS...aNNie [DT]

  13. Goveous card! I love the CAS and you did a wonderful job colouring. Thanks for joining us at {Pin}spirational this week.


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