Visible Image Stamps – Paint The Town Dead (Day 22 of 31 DOH)

Welcome back to the amazing 31 Days of Halloween blog hop. The blog roll is in the sidebar to the left. If you are following the roll then you will have arrived here from Lisa F and your next stop is Fiona. All the rules can be found on Terra’s Blog at the top of the list. Be sure to stop by each day as there are prizes to be won by commenting and a sneaky scavenger image to find hidden in the blogs.

imageedit_34_6080429300

Today is Thrilling Thursday and therefore I have another fabulous project using Visible Image Stamps. Dawn and Brian are the hippest zombies on the block and here you can see them letting it all hang out (quite literally!) at the disco!

Visible Image Stamps - Zombie Brian, Zombie Dawn, Paint the town dead

My background was created with Dylusions Ink Sprays and a sprinkling of rock salt before stamping with the star bursts from the Sparkle at Christmas set. I used WOW fluorescent orange and green embossing powders, and added adhesive gems to the centres.

Dawn and Brian were stamped onto some card with a blended Distress Ink background before cutting out and layering onto my background.

imageedit_40_3717042669

The sentiment is embossed with my WOW powders to match, with a couple of gems for extra bling!

Stamps Used:

Sparkle At Christmas

Zombie Dawn Set

Zombie Brian Set

All the links you need:

Visible Image Website – buy stamps, get inspired, contact details and newsletter sign-up

Visible Image Blog – daily inspiration from the DT

Visible Image Facebook Group – DT inspiration, monthly Show and Tell contest, hang out with other Visible Image fans and share your work

Visible Image Facebook Page – all the latest news and information

11 Replies to “Visible Image Stamps – Paint The Town Dead (Day 22 of 31 DOH)”

  1. This is wonderful. I love the zombie couple and that absence of coloring and spray splash is such a fun and really beautiful effect. It is more of what I grew up with in black and white hues in the early sixties when cartoons were introduced into our world on Saturday mornings.
    fabulous effect and beautiful card.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.