Say hello to a new world of colourful creativity! Meet Stampin’ Blends, artist-quality alcohol markers in 12 exclusive Stampin’ Up! colours. To cover all the blending bases, we’re also offering a limited-time 16-card project kit and stamp set with beautiful line-art images.
Add just the right amount of colour where you need it with the brush tip or fine-point.
Each colour (except Ivory and Bronze) has a light and dark shade marker, available individually or in a combo pack.
Stampin’ Up! have done in-house testing for evaporation and life testing and are really happy with the results.
Press fit seal prevents air from entering the barrel and causing evaporation.
The nestable lids are easy to keep track of and have a tight fit for long-lasting colour.
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I haven’t yet purchased the Watercolor Christmas Stamp set and so I wanted to see if I could use a different stamp set for the sentiments as a substitute. After all, sometimes we have our favourite sentiments that we want to use. I used the Snowflake Sentiments stamp set instead and loved how the cards turned out. You could also use the Oh, What Fun stamp set as well and really any other sentiment stamp set that you own. The Watercolour Christmas Project Kit is really quite versatile and you can adapt any stamp set that you wish.
Below is a video produced by Stampin’ Up! on the kit and how to assemble the cards.
The pocketful of sunshine stamp set presentation continues.
I wanted to make a sampler and experiment with all the stamps that were in the set so created this sampler. I took some photos of my girls hamming it up in their sunnies.
I’ve used the Color Theory paper stack in conjunction withe the stamp set.
I really love how this turned out. I just need to get the hubby to put it up on the wall for me.
The last project I made was this banner. When I saw the pocket stamp I knew it would be great to create a banner with it and combine it with the alphabet stamp set. The colours I used were Dapper Denim, Crushed Curry, Old Olive & Berry Burst.