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May 24, 2014


Yayyyyyy its finally here, the day I get to share my post about the exciting new stamps at Visible Image :)

You may want to grab a cuppa, as its a bit of a long one...hehe...But there are piccies too ;p

Released today are a fantasy range that you will not want to miss, not only are there 3 gorgeous characters for you to fall in love with, but they also come with the most wonderful 'extras' in the sets, not to mention the background stamps!! Theres a forest, runic writing and wowie a mystical map!! Yes you heard me right, a map......

To say I had fun playing, would be a major understatement, I still have so much I want to do with these stamps, but for today I wanted to share the projects I have made for the release :)

Have you checked out the fab new website for Visible Image Stamps You can also find the new releases and more details on them here.

First meet Fae :) Isn't she beautiful?! And guess what, see those beautiful wings she has, well they are separate stamps, so, if you want a princess rather than a princess fairy, no problems :) You will love using her wings for other things too ;p

I made an easel card, with a little drawer underneath and a box to pack it in. The stamps used to make this were Fae hope set (Fae, wings and sentiment) / Myrddin Magick Set (Sentiment) / Runic Background set (corner rune)


The next project I want to share was made using the Fae hope set (wings and sentiment) and the Celtic Knot from Orin Destiny set

This is just one other use for those stunning wings, the most glorious butterfly ever!!! So how could I resist making a golden guilded butterfly! I made a little pot and mounted my butterfly and sentiment on the lid and popped the celtic knot (also guilded) onto the front as the box looked a little plain.



Now its time to meet Myrddin :) Good wizard, evil wizard? The choice is yours :) 

I used the Forest background stamp to create a wooded scene around Myrddin and then used part of the sentiments from the Orin destiny set and Myrddin's set down the sides of the card.


And last but not least is my favourite project using these new stamps, its another card in a box, but its a little bit special :)

For this project I used stamps from the following sets: 
Orin destiny set
Forest background stamp
Mystical Map
Myrddin Magickal set

And this was the scrummy mystical Dragon Pendant that I made to be hidden in the drawer :) 

Don't forget to check out the blog for more amazing creations with these new stamps, you will be blown away!

You can also join in the fun on our facebook page which you can find HERE

Also why not check out our May Challenge for your chance to win an amazing prize of a £20 spend on Visible Image's superb stamps.

I hope you made it through all that hehe

Thanks for popping by :)

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  1. We want to say a massive THANK YOU for your incredible work with our new fantasy stamps! Your projects are absolutely stunning, unique and so creative! We adore them all and we are so proud to have you on our team. Much love, Mark & Helen xxx

  2. Stunning creations Samantha! Love them all, I have treated myself to the Fae stamp set and the map for now. Will have to wait for pay day to get some of the others.

    Linda xxx

    1. Linda you won't be dissapointed, sooooo many possibilities with Fae and her wings :) And who doesn't love a map hehe...Hugs xx

  3. Great projects & stamps! Thanks for sharing, Bev xx

  4. Sam these are all so utterly beautiful and I am in awe at them. Hugs xxxx

    1. Thanks Tracy, as I am with your projects, wowie :) xx

  5. Gorgeous designs Samantha, love all the colors and ideas.

    Hugs diane

  6. These projects are stunning, very inspirational x


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