Hi there Everyone,

I am really loving working with Stampin’ Blends markers.

I have used more expensive markers in the past and the Blends perform really well in comparison.

Blending is easy because the markers are available as a pair, containing a light and dark shade or buy individually to create your own palette.

There are lots of ways to purchase.

  1. Get the whole set; 12 pairs of Stampin’ Up! colours, bronze, ivory and a colour lifter.
  2. Choose the colours you like to work with. Include a colour lifter to expand the shades that can be achieved with limited colours. Build your collection over time to suit your budget.
  3. Join Stampin’ Up! and add markers to your starter kit. Make up the value with Memento ink and card stock. Until 31st March, you can also add two extra stamp sets to colour with your markers.

View the details of the Sale-a-bration joining offer and the Stampin’ Blends colours available here!

For today’s card I have coloured this lovely flower from the Remarkable You stamp set.

I used the Calypso Coral combo and a little of the light Cherry Cobbler marker for the petals. Old Olive was used for the stem.

The image was cut with a Stitched square framelit and the layered on to some Cajun Craze card stock.

I made the card base with Cajun Craze card stock and added a plain white card layer.

Some white organza ribbon was coloured with the Ivory Stampin’ Blend marker…. Your ribbon can now be whatever colour you want!

The ribbon was looped back and forth and adhered to card base. The stamped square was added over the top with dimensionals.

The sentiment was added to the left to balance the card.

I hope you enjoyed this project. The supplies used are listed and linked to the online store below.

Thanks for stopping by and happy Stampin’!

Verity x

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Stampin' with inkybutterfly

Independent Stampin' Up! demonstrator based in the UK

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