February 6, 2014

Free Your Imagination: A Layout for Visible Image


I really love how this layout turned out this week, featuring the Free Your Imagination, Grunge Harlequin, and Bronte Script stamps from Visible Image. I wanted a windswept photo to go with my idea of spreading feathers across the layout and I just love this adorable one of my two girls here in Ireland up on a windswept hill when they were little!


The focus of my stamping is really the feathers which I embossed with Stampendous Aged Gold  Embossing Enamel Powder. I love the effect it gives! I added some resin feathers into my layout to add to the flower cluster and continue the theme!  You can see in the photo above where I have used the paint splat and flying bird stamps from the set as well as the "free your imagination" sentiment, along with the two different feather.  I used the new Grunge Harlequin stamp in Shaded Lilac Distress Ink to add some color to the background stamping, then used my Walnut Stain Distress Ink and the Bronte Script  yet again to add more finishing touches.



I really love this layout!! There are so many great elements in the Free Your Imagination stamp set, have a look and check it out!! Just click the link or the image to take you there. Thanks so much for stopping by!!


This month's challenge at Visible Image is "Love". 

Show us your creations using a Visible Image stamp, and you have a chance to win a £20 gift voucher towards the Visible Image store! The top 3 chosen by the team receive a blinkie. 

You can enter HERE!
Join us over at our fan page on Facebook or join our GROUP!
This month if you load a Visible Image project you've created in the group,
you also have a chance at the £20 prize, you have to be in it to win it though,
so I hope you have a look at the site and get some stamps and join in.


   


2 comments:

Maremi's Small Art said...

Cathi, lovely layout, great photo very cute. Stamps look very good, different techniques gives extra dimention to it. well done Marta x

Monica said...

oh wow!!! I love the airiness and floating of the feathers.