Thursday, 25 September 2014

My new love

A few months ago I saw a give away on Facebook for a company called Visible image you can see their website here.  I totally fell in love with their stamps.  Background stamps can be used on so many things so I spent a LOT of time looking.

Last weekend I went to The Big Stamp and Scrapbooking show at Alexandra Palace and I was finally able to see them up close.


At the show we were able to meet and talk to Mark Alexander who gave us more information in the stamps and talked us through some of the samples and how to create some of the effects they had made.

Okay time to show them off.  I have used StazOn ink on mine.  First time I have used it.  It does what it says on the lid and STAZON.

This is my favourite arty stamp from their range, but there are another 4 that I just have to have so watch this space.

I have been looking for a good script stamp for ages and it was hard to chose between this one and the script one that is part of Revolution  This one is gawwwwwjusssssss.  The stamped image is so clear you can read every word.

Mark told us that the stamps are deep etched (at least 3mm) and the quality shows.  I inked my butterfly once and was able to get 3 good stamps out of that one inking.  Obviously the images got progressively faded, but the image was still clear.

I'm working on a DT make using these stamps at the mo, so I can't show you what I have used them for so far, but soon.

I only bought two stamps, but I will be buying more and soon.

I'm off to play some more.


Naomi x


  1. I am so pleased you took me to their booth at Ally Pally .... as you know I also got the butterfly stamp .... kicking myself I didn't get a few more while I was there. I have used my stamp loads this weekend and I LOVE it .... top quality stamp I have to say .... I don't think I have ever got such a good image from a clear stamp before ..... LOVE them ... HAVE to get MORE ...... SOON


    1. I'm getting some more as soon as I am able. Did you just get the butterfly or did you get more?