Thursday, November 1, 2012

Sparkle Challenge @ Visible Image

Good morning folks :) 

I have some super exciting news to share with you all today!
Starting the 1st of each month (yep that would be today!)...
Visible Image!
will be holding a monthly challenge! 
Woo hoo! Exciting times! 
and gorgeous Visible Image prizes to be won!

And this months challenge is a shiner!
We wanna see you SPARKLE!
So it is time to get your bling on girls!  
Get out the glitter, the metal & anything that sparkles & shines! 

This challenge called for diamonds! they after all; a girls best friend!
And nothing goes better with diamonds than
  the gorgeous vintage Corset stamp from Visible Image.
So Mr Mojo and I got in tune with our feminine side & knocked up a gorgeous notepad / diary along with a matching tag from the scraps.

And as this challenge is all about the 'sparkle' ...
You might want to pop your sunglasses on! 

Tag & cover of notepad / diary

Close up tag and the gorgeous Corset!

Tag side view - I've stamped the corset twice & popped it up on some pop dots.

Front view of notepad / diary and that yummy Corset stamp again!

Side view - love the bling on the spine!

View from the other side. 
(see how thick that pad is!)

Close up of Corset & in the background is Girly Background stamp also from Visible Image. 

The inside - The corset is stamped on the corner of each page.
(that took forever and I still {love} this stamps after all that lol)

Back of the notepad / diary.

And the set together again. 

I am just in {love} with this stamp!  it is so gorgeous & versatile & it mixes well with so many other stamps too!  Today I mixed it up with another of my favorite Visible Image stamps; Girly Background.  I have stamped the Corset with Ranger's Archivel Sepia ink given it a coat of clear embossing powder and then a sprinkle of Stampin' Up's Dazzling diamonds for some extra shine.  With the Girly Background I did a second generation stamp using Kaisercraft's Rose ink (wish they still made their inks! they were a bargain buy & great for those colors you don't or won't use a lot.)   The embossing folder was also inked up in the rose to get a porceline look. (sorry it doesn't show well in the photos)

For the base / frame of the notepad / diary cover I used Kraft & then matted the Corset and embossing folder pieces on pink & brown cardstock.  Added some lace under the bottom matt and then blinged up all around the edges with a mix of baby pink rhinestones in the center & a darker pink around the outer edges.  For the notepad / diary embellishments, I made a ribbon flower added a blingy button center, a feather popped in behind & added some pink pearls wisps.  

For the tag I used up the scraps left over from the notepad / diary; incorporating the Girly Background and Corset stamp again & the porcelain look embossing with the folder.  The 'Merry Christmas' sentiment I did some masking on another of Visible Image stamps; Christmas & New Year & then framed it with some lace & added some punched snowflakes blinged up with some rhinestones in the centre, & lastly, followed the sparkled border theme through with rhinestones around the edge as well. And for a non traditional Christmas stamp, the Corset scrubs up well for the festive season!

These are really simple to make & I have a tutorial on how to make these right {here}!
As you can see, I have made up a few they are that simple to put together :)

I think Mojo certainly covered the 'SPARKLE' agenda of this challenge!
And I hope I have inspired you to play along!

We would love you to link up and share your creations with us at 
You can get your Visible Image stamps from {here}
Check out some of the amazing creations the DT have made on the blog {here}
Or come along and chat with us on Facebook {here}

And for the lucky winner ...
They will receive a prize of .......
 A £10 gift voucher to spend at Visible Image!
and there is also have THREE (yes 3) Visible Feature Badges
to give away to our favorite THREE creations! 
You do not have to use a Visible Image stamp to play along (though we do love when you share them with us & you will get an extra entry into the draw if you do!) And ... You can enter as many times as you like! (The more you enter, the better your chances!)

For a non small print on all the details check out the
 Visible Image blog  
or you can just click {here}

The Visible Image girls have all raided their sparkle stash too!
So be sure to check out their inspirations and share some love with them too!
We would {love} if you played along with us!  
So please do come join the fun! 

Thanks for calling past to see me today :) 
I'll be back on Saturday to share with you another creation with Visible Image :)
Recipe -
Image / Sentiment - Unknown
Paper(s) -  Kraft cardstock, White cardstock, brown cardstock
Tools - Small snowflake punch, Embossing folder - 
Embellishment(s) -  TH distress inks, Kaisercreaft Rose ink, Versamark, Rangers Archival ink - Sepia, Stampin Up- Dazzling Diamonds, Stash - ribbon, pearls wisps, rhinestones, feather(s).

Challenges this creation is entering with the help of the Feline Playful Girls:
It's All About the Vintage - Make your own Background 2/2Thurs E1/3
Crafts & Me Challenge - Bling Wed
The House That Stamps Built - Anything But A Card Wed
Paper Shelter - Anything Goes Wed E1/3
Whimsy Stamps Challenge - All Things Sparkly Wed E1/3
Party Time Tuesday - Anything Goes Tues E1/3
Through The Craft Room Door - Anything Goes Wed E1/3 GDT
Love to Create - Lots of layers  Mon E1/3
Robyns Fetish - Embossing Folder Sun
Craft My Life - Anything But a Card
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19 Treasured comments:

Unknown said...

Wow, wow, wow, thats all i can say beautiful coloursand texture and so sparkly ,love them Txx

Crafty Mamma Mia said...

Totally gorgeous as usual Leesa. Just LURVE all that sparkly bling and what a great idea for a gift ... will be back to check out your tutorial later (need to get breakfast for my 2 hungry "bunnies"). Have a great day!
Helen xxx

Laurence said...

Great projects and thanks for the tutorial.

Thanks for sharing it with us at Robyn's Fetish Challenge this week.

Laurence DT

Sue B said...

Wowzer!!! this is stunning Leesa! Just love all those embellishments… the rhinestones and feathers are so beautiful !!
Hope you have a nice day
Big Hugs
Sue xx

Hazel (Didos) said...

Oh Golly these are stunning, so pretty, Off to have a look at the tutorial too, Love Hazelxox

Nonni said...

Amazing! This is so beautiful! An unique piece. Best, Nonni/ GDT It's All About The Vintage And Beauty Challenge

Zoe said...

Really really beautiful xxx

May said...

Simply Beautiful... this would make a wonderful gift... Love it!!! Hugs May x x x

Stef H said...

and i thought mine was sexy! this is absolutely gorgeous! happy november!!!

hugs :)

Shari said...

Wow, stunning, gorgeous design, image and elements!! Thanks for playing with us at The Paper Shelter.

Mau xx said...

Amazing!! They are beautiful Leesa :)
Thanks for sharing xxxxx
Hugs Mau xx

Bente said...

Wonderful card, thanks for joining us at The Paper Shelter challenges this week.
Hugs, Bente

Jackie Randolph said...

Oh My Gosh Leesa, this is simply STUNNING!! WOW!! Thanks so much for joining us this week at Love to Create Challenges!!
Jacki - LTC

Suzanne B aka brookfies said...

Loving all the detailing and texture. Thank you for sharing with us at Its all about the Vintage challenge. Wishes, Suzanne DT

Lavender Rose said...

WOW!!!! What can I say, I adore this, so detailed and just plain gorgeous. I am so pleased to have discovered your blog. Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog.

Karen said...

Oh my but I would kill (seriously! Heheheee) to create something like this.. :)) xx

Mona`s Bittelille Scrappekrok said...

Wow! Stunning creations. Love the design. Thanks for joining in our bling it challenge over at Crafts and Me. Hugs...Mona

Unknown said...

Oh my goodness!! This is just so beautiful!! Love the colors, the details and sweet image! Thanks for joining us over at It's All About The Vintage & Beauty Challenge! Good Luck! Hugs and sunshine

valou250809 said...

Wonderful! I love all your create!

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