Beautiful Day

Beautiful day

Who loves to color?  I do!  As a child I would spend hours coloring in one of many coloring books that my siblings and I shared.  It was such a treat to get a new one from the corner store or receive one as a gift.  I still remember the one I received when I had my tonsils out at age 5 or 6.

Well, I still love coloring and now I get to use all types of tools to color with.  Today I colored this lovely rose using our Stampin’ Blends found on page 31 in the Stampin’ Up! Occasions Catalog.  It is fun, easy and  therapeutic!

Stampin’ Blends are a high quality, dual-tip, alcohol marker offered in 12 exclusive Stampin’ Up! colors- each with a light and a dark shade- as well as ivory, bronze, and a color lifter.

Stampin’ blends

Sold in packs of two or individually

Stampin’blends marker collection (all 27 markers)

MY SPECIAL TO YOU!

When you purchase the whole collection of Stampin’ Blends through me, Sue Berreth – Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator, and use this hostess code : WW44QB4N, by 2/3/2018,  you may choose a stamp set of your choice valuing up to $21.  May I suggest the one I featured in this post, Beautiful Day?  It will be a Beautiful Day when your UPS man delivers to you these Blender markers and this gorgeous stamp set!

It is important to note that images must be stamped using Tuxedo Black Memento Ink onto Stampin’ Up! Whisper White card stock for best results.

Youtube Video

In my time-lapse video you may notice me going back and forth with the light and dark markers.  That is correct.  I first color a small portion with the light color blend saturating the paper, then while the ink is still damp, I highlight with the darker blend, and then blend the two together using a circular motion to create a beautiful shading effect.

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If you haven’t tried these easy to use Stampin’ Blends- that make you feel like a true artist- I encourage you to do so! Start with a set or two and try them out. I have a feeling though that you will be back for more!

 

Ingredients for this card

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