Stampin’ Blends – you’ll love these!

 

 

Stampin' Blends!

Hi Friends,

Are you a fan of colouring? I am. I love anything to do with sponging, inking and colouring. So I’m excited to be introducing the new Stampin’ Blends that will be available to purchase very soon! I just can wait to share the Stampin’ Blends at my Craic and Crafting Classes. Over the next few days I will share more hints and tips on using these amazing Stampin’ Blends Markers. Check out the very quick video to see them in action.

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Say hello to Stampin’ Blends:

These high-quality, Stampin’ Blends, dual-tip markers come in twelve exclusive Stampin’ Up! colours. Stampin’ Blends come in Stampin’ Up! colours and therefore fit perfectly with all the beautiful Stampin’ Up! colours you already own.

They each have a light and a dark shade, which will give you the utmost blending experience. And there’s more!

To help you get started with your Stampin’ Blends Markers, Stampin’ Up! have introduced the Color Me Happy Project Kit and coordinating stamp, which include beautiful line-art imagery that will give you ample opportunity to test these markers’ superior blending abilities.

You’ll see that you don’t have to be a van Gogh to achieve great results with these products. ::

The Facts:
Add just the right amount of colour where you need it with the brush tip or fine-point.
In-house testing was conducted for evaporation and also life testing, and the results were excellent.

Each marker is sealed with a press-fit that prevents air from entering the barrel (which would lead to evaporation).
They are sold as individual markers and as a combo pack (with a light and dark shade).
The nestable lids are easy to keep track of and have a tight fit for long-lasting colour.

There are beautiful Skin Tone shades available and a Lifter Pen too!

Watch this space for more information to follow over the next couple of days.

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Comments

  1. They do look lovely

  2. Helen Howell says:

    I think the skin tones would be the cracker ones with the blender as all the other SU markers don’t really have very appropriate colours . Looking forward to your tuition ! Xx

    • Lilian Withers says:

      I have to say I agree with you Helen. The fact that we now have skin tone colours is really exciting! I’m looking forward to doing classes on these and obviously sharing on blog too. Thanks for your comment as always. :) xx

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