Aren't they stunning and so different!
Not just are these stamps fabulously deep cut and so give a gorgeous stamped image everytime, but this new set is sooooooo versatile and lends itself really well to altered art as well as cards (as you may have seen by my wooden heart, earlier in the week).
I have already shared a few of my samples on my blog and today to celebrate the release I am going to share a few more :)
First is this framed picture. I managed to use every single stamp from the set in this, can you spot them all? ;p
Other than some distress ink on the base of the picture, this was made using black ink, silver guilding flakes and a little white embossing powder.
For my next sample, I created a CAS card using 4 of the stamps, the two Fleur's Des Lise, the large scroll flourish and part of the sentiment stamp.
It was made simply using, black card, Versamark and white embossing powder.
My last sample, is another card. But this ones a little different!
I decided to make quite a modern looking card, using one of the horse stamps as the focal point, but I didn't want to just stamp it in the centre, i wanted to make it more of a feature than that.
So I stamped the horse out numerous times in different coloured inks and heat embossed each of them. I then cut out random sections from each colour and mounted them on some cream card stock. I then mounted the pieces onto each other, on a plain mat layer, with a multi image back layer paper (if that makes sense...lol).
This is a close up of my horse.
You can find this set and all of the other new sets on the New Release page .
Don't forget to check out the blog for more amazing creations with these new stamps, you will be blown away!
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Also why not check out our June Challenge for your chance to win an amazing prize of a £20 spend on Visible Image's superb stamps.
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That Craft Place - Men (Framed picture)
Paper Crafting Journey - Anything Goes (cut up horse)