Fix $p>0$ a rational prime, and $K$ an algebraic number field with Galois group $G_K:=Gal(\bar{\mathbb{Q}}/K) $. The Fontaine-Mazur conjecture predicts that if $\rho:G_K\rightarrow GL(V)$ is a finite dimensional $\mathbb{Q}_p$-representation, then it comes from a motive over $K$ (like a subquotient of $H^i_c(X\times_K\bar{\mathbb{Q}}, \mathbb{Q}_p)$) exactly when it is unramified over almost every finite place, and potentially semi-stable over those finite prime dividing $p$.

My question is the contrary: how many examples do we have for $p$-adic Galois representations having infinite images but for which the conditions of Fontaine-Mazur fails? Maybe it should be difficult to construct them when the dimension of the representation is large? Could one get continuous $p$-adic representations that ramifies at infinitely many places?