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Monday, May 12, 2014

Blendabilities! Woooohoooooo!!!!

Hello there!  Happy Monday to you!  I just got done playing with the cool new Blendability markers from Stampin' Up!  I absolutely LOVE them!!!  What a fun new tool for coloring!  They come three to a pack and are alcohol based so they just beg to be blended and shaded!  This is my very first attempt with them and I had  so much fun!  

This is the new Blended Bloom stamp and it will be available in the new catalog! Isn't it a gorgeous flower?! I used the Rich Razzleberry markers to color the flower and the Daffodil Delight markers for the center.

This one is colored with the Coastal Cabana markers and I shaded in a different pattern.  The center is done using the Pumpkin Pie markers.

This one uses the Cherry Cobbler markers and I added some white highlights with a gel pen.  It is very soothing to just sit and color!  I would have done more, but sadly there is laundry and there are dishes waiting to be done!

I added this one to a card front to see what it would look like! I am just tickled with these markers!  They are really fun to work with!  I am going to keep all of my fingers and toes crossed that they will come out with lots more of them!

Ok, guess I better get to that laundry and those dishes!  Although coloring would be much more fun! LOL

I hope that you have a very colorful and happy day!  I will be back soonest with more to share!


Jackie said...

I'm on the fence about that made it look good though & the coastal cabana one is FAB! Very nice work with the markers Hun & TFS!!!

Nancy said...

Pretty coloring! You are going to have fun coloring with these markers!

Pam said...

You're doing great with them!!! I love the blue colors and the white highlights you added to the red flower. Great job.

Margaret said...


I played with these the other day on a much smaller scale (not quite ready for the large flower yet) and really liked how it turned out. I love that they pair the shades up for us!!