5 Ways to Use Stampin’ Blends™️ Markers

Do you love to color like me? I find it relaxing, soothing, and such a treat to get lost in coloring. While I will sit and color with ANY implement, when I am card-making, I love to use the Stampin’ Blends™️ markers for an extraordinary coloring experience! Today’s tutorial focuses on 5 ways to use Stampin’ Blends™️ markers for all kinds of coloring fun.

5 Ways to Use Stampin’ Blends for Coloring and Blending

You won’t want to miss the recorded live video tutorial below and be sure to download the Stampin’ Blends™ Color Charts I created to help you organize and use your markers.

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1 – Basic Coloring

Whether the image you are coloring is small or large, you can layer the light and dark shades of the Stampin’ Blends markers to create vibrant images. Watch the video tutorial for layering the colors.

2 – Ombre Background

Create an ombre background using many shades of the same color and overlapping them. This technique works on both Basic White cardstock and on Vellum.

3 – Coloring on Designer Series Paper

Add Stampin’ Blends to patterned paper for a real wow!

4 – Colored Chalk Technique on White Embossing

Use Stampin’ Blends to color over white embossed images to create a subtle chalk-like effect.

Stampin’ Blends on White Embossed Images for a Colored Chalkboard Technique

5 – Blended Alcohol Technique on Vellum

Blend Stampin’ Blends and rubbing alcohol with a paint brush on vellum cardstock to create an amazing background. For more details on this technique, check out my step-by-step tutorial.

Blended Alcohol Technique using Stampin’ Blends

What do you think about these 5 ideas for using Stampin’ Blends? I hope you take the time to try one or all of these ways to make your markers go to work for you! Happy card-making!

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2 thoughts on “5 Ways to Use Stampin’ Blends™️ Markers”

  1. I have been struggling with blending the alcohol markers, your video really helped. I especially appreciate the blends color chart…what a wonderful tool! Thank you for sharing.

    1. Hello Lou Ann! I’m so sorry I missed your sweet comment, thank you! I am thrilled you can use the blends chart. Yay!

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