Tuesday, 25 March 2014

Visible Image Favourite Stamp challenge

Having to choose a favourite stamp from a selection is very hard!  The Visible Image Challenge for March is to do just that!  I chose this fabulous car as its so useful for male cards and its such a cool image!


Its quite a clean and simple card, I think the image speaks for itself.  Its stamped in Black Versafine and embossed with clear detail powder.  I heated it from the reverse so the embossing was really smooth.  Its matted using a Sizzix die, the arrows on the base card are from a Tim Holtz set and again are stamped in Black Versafine and embossed with Clear Powder heated from the reverse.  An addition of some Card Candi and it was done!  Please pop over to Visible Image and see the DT makes and other fab entries.  I think their stamps are brilliant quality, the ones I have stamp out perfectly.  I really appreciate your visit to my little ole' blog - thank you so very much!  Take care.  Christine xx

10 comments:

Redanne said...

It really is a beautiful stamp and it has made a beautiful card. I agree about Visible Images stamps, they are excellent quality. Anne xx

Craftin Suzie (Susan Flynn) said...

Fabulous Chris it looks really striking with the hexagons and black and white. Susan xx

Kay Wallace said...

Love the juxtaposition of that antique card with the current and trendy color palette and card design! This would be perfect for the Stampotique Designers' (vintage) Challenge this week!

Diane said...

Love the vintage image and black and white design.

Hugs Diane

Sue said...

Fabulous image Christine and great card! love the hexagon shapes too :) huggles Sue xx

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

ah clever card Chris nice and understated, Shaz in Oz.x

Liz McGuire, said...

Hiya, black and white is so eye-catching. Cool card, liz x

Jackie said...

This looks so good - clear, simple and sophisticated. A fab male card. Jx

Anita in France said...

Oooh, classic black and white, Chris ... so crisp and bold and sophisticated! Anita :)

Princess Judy Palmer said...

Such a crisp clean card! I had to enlarge the photo to see what arrows you were talking about. They are a nice subtle touch.