Wednesday, 1 November 2017

Stampin' Blends are here!


Stampin’ Blends are here! These are quality alcohol markers which come in 12 Stampin’ Up!® shades (not all shown here).  They’re easy to use and give your colouring project the wow factor as the colours are vibrant and the markers easy to use.

Download the brochure to take a closer look


Check out my first efforts below...



I made a big batch of these cards to thank this month’s club ladies, and I can honestly say, colouring them was really easy and quick. And I say this as somebody who isn’t a big fan of colouring! (There, I said it.)


The markers are available in 12 colours, each with a light and dark shade. You can buy them singly, in packs of two, or the full set (the price is the same regardless, £4 per marker). 

Do you need the light and dark? I’ll let you decide that. Below you can see how I’ve coloured the birds in just the light marker (on the left), just the dark marker (in the centre) and using both. As you can see, you can still get some shading using a single marker, but the shading is more pronounced (and arguably easier to achieve) using both.  


Want to find out more? 

Download the brochure to take a closer look


Or drop me a line if you have questions!

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