The Stampin’ Blends were made available on November 1st. You gotta get some of these…they are fabulous! I purchased the original Blendabilities a few years ago and I love them then. I was so excited to see that Stampin’ Up! was bringing that back into our product line. These alcohol blending pens have been years in the making…lots of testing to make sure there were no issues with the end product. Stampin’ Up! prides itself on a quality product.
If you like to color and aren’t too sure about shading & lighting, these pens are awesome. You get two shades in a pack and there is a color lifter/blender pen to help with shading. There are lots of youtube instructions out there to show you different techniques. You can mix media and use your watercolor pencils, and you can mix colors without messing up either pen tip.
Using my Stampin’ Blends, I created a few sympathy cards. They turned out pretty wonderful, didn’t they? I used the ‘retired Wisteria Wonder Blendabilities’ because I wanted this color to go with Elegant Eggplant card stock. I am hoping it will be a future release for the Stampin’ Blends. See the list of all the product used below.
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Stampin’ Blendabilities™ Markers Wisteria Wonder Assortment
We are coming into the Thankful or Give Thanks season. Why we don’t exemplify this thought throughout the year has puzzled me. Personally, I am thankful all year that I live & breathe and have my family & friends with me. I try to reflect that as I go throughout the year by telling my family & friends how much I appreciate them with my words and my actions. I try to send out cards, although not always on time! For some reason, a special occasion comes along and I don’t have just the right card even though I make tons of cards. Getting creative real fast is pretty easy with Pinterest for inspiration.
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For this post, I am presenting my fall So Thankful for You card. I used my retired smokey slate blendability to add shadow since I don’t have a full set of the stampin’ blends yet. Still working on my blending skills, but I think this turned out well. The color lifter works wonderfully to give a lighter effect and mute the colors.
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Old Olive Stampin’ Write Marker
Crumb Cake Stampin’ Write Marker
Rich Razzleberry Stampin’ Write Marker
Pumpkin Pie Stampin’ Write Marker
Stampin’ Blendabilities™ Markers Smoky Slate Assortment