Wednesday 1 November 2017

New Stampin' Blends Alcohol Markers - With Flower Shop

Stampin' Blends alcohol markers are now available to purchase!

These high-quality, dual-tip markers come in 12 exclusive Stampin' Up! colours, each with a light and dark shade.

The markers make it so easy to blend colours and create beautiful works of art!

There are 27 markers available. The 12 colours (light and dark) plus a Bronze and Ivory - both perfect for skin tones, either on their own or mixed together. There is also a Colour Lifter.

All the pens are £4 each. You can purchase them individually, in a Combo pack with the light and dark shade or as the complete collection.

Full details can be found in the flyer - click HERE or on the picture in the left-hand sidebar to view the full details.

Have a look at this quick introduction video from Stampin Up!

Also ..... To celebrate the release of the Stampin' Blends, Stampin' Up! have also released a new Project Kit and Stamp Set - Colour Me Happy.
These are available together as a Bundle, saving you 10% on the total price (Wood-mount 148033 £41.25 / Clear-mount 148034 £35.00). Or you can purchase them individually.
The Project Kit will only be available while supplies last and the stamp set will only be available as long as the Project Kit lasts. Here's what they look like .....

Here is my first play with the new Stampin' Blends Markers .....

I decided to use one of the flowers from the Flower Shop stamp set. I chose both the light and dark Pink Pirouette markers.

My card base is Thick Whisper White card, but I stamped on our normal Whisper White. This is buffered and has a beautifully smooth surface, perfect for using our Stampin' Blends on.

The pens are very easy to use and blend beautifully. I stamped the image onto Whisper White card using Memento Black ink.

I started with the Dark Marker and went over all the areas where I thought it should go.

I then used the Light Marker to go over the whole flower, blending the edges of the Dark colour as I went. I'm no expert ..... and I haven't used alcohol markers in ages but I was really happy with the results :o)

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