Debie Deschaine Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator

Creating Greeting Cards & Paper Projects with Love!

January 15th, 2018

     If you like to color…you’re gonna LOVE Stampin’ Blends! They are less expensive than other quality alcohol markers…AND…even less expensive than the refills for other alcohol markers!

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   I had SO MUCH fun coloring these cards!! I sat next to my hubby as he watched tv…and I sorta watched tv, but mostly colored! I’m just beginning to learn how to use the Stampin’ Blends, but as you can see, just some basic coloring techniques make a lot of impact! (On a side note…don’t miss the 3 rain drops coming down on “Beautiful You”, those are our new Glitter and Clear Epoxy Shapes in the Occasions Catalog!)

   To learn more about this fun and fast way to color, just click on the following links:

Stampin’ Blends by Stampin’ Up!

Basics of Blending

Stampin’ Blends; Features Benefits

Color Lifter and Skin Tones

    If you are looking for and don’t already have a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator, I would happy to be yours! I’m happy to answer product and technique questions.  If I know, I’ll tell you the answer. If I don’t know, I’ll find you the answer! I would be thrilled if you left a comment, question or suggestion in the comments section below all the products.

   All of the products used in my projects are available in my online store, just click on the products you would like and it will take you directly to my store! 

   Please remember to use the Hostess Code at checkout!

 

8 Responses to “Stampin’ Blends”

    • Debie Deschaine

      Thank you, Kat, I think so too! Aren’t the rain drops so cute?!! Love, love them! You have one entry in the January drawing!!

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  1. luv2stampwithdebgmailcom

    Thank you, Jeanne! If you ask me, I say all of them and hope they make more colors, lol! 😉 I would start with whatever stamp set that you want to use that can be colored…for example if you have a flower stamp set that can be colored, start with the color you want the flower to be and the Old Olive. You’ll want to get the light and the dark of each color you purchase so you can have the blending look. You’ll want watercolor paper and the Memento black ink pad, if you don’t already have them. You have another entry in the January Prize Drawing!!

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    • Debie Deschaine

      Thank you Patti!! I know, those raindrops are fantastic!! They come clear and glittered…SOOOO cute!! You have another entry in the drawing…later today!!

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