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Monday, July 28, 2014

Coloring with Blendabilities


Thanks to all who have emailed me about my Blendabilities posts and ask for my PDF.  I appreciate each and everyone of my readers.  Today I'm posting Donna Griffith's basic "Coloring with Blendabilities" from Stampin' Up!'s 2014 Convention just last week.


Stamp images from the Sweet Stuff stamp set with Black Memento Ink Pad on Whisper White cardstock.



Begin coloring dark to light or light to dark depending on your preference.





Finished candles from the Sweet Stuff Stamp Set.


Stamp in White pigment/craft ink and emboss the Corner Garden background stamp on Coastal Cabana cardstock.



Begin coloring all the flowers or just one!





I have a free PDF available with tips and ideas for using Blendabilities, if you would like a copy just email me and I will be happy to email you a copy.

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or, you can e-mail me at dfoor@embarqmail.com

Until Next Time,


Denise Foor

Friday, July 25, 2014

Window Sheets and Blendabilities

Stamp on a Window Sheet with White Stazon ink.





Begin coloring with your Blendabilities Marker.  You may need to let it dry a second and then go back....don't go over the edges.








I have a free PDF available with tips and ideas for using Blendabilities, if you would like a copy just email me and I will be happy to email you a copy.

Please click to Order Stampin' Up! Online


or, you can e-mail me at dfoor@embarqmail.com

Until Next Time,


Denise Foor

Thursday, July 24, 2014

More Blendabilities

More with Donna Griffith's Stampin' Up! Convention Blendabilities ideas today....how about Hot Glue Dots, Washi Tape and Cello Bags....all colored with Blendabilities.

Here is the finished project.  This cute little Cello Bag full of candy.



Use the new masks on the Cello Bags to get a variety of designs including this circle one.


The gold Washi Tape is striped with a Blendabilities Marker.




The center of the flower is Hot Glue that is made on the Stampin' Up! Silicone Mat.  You scribble your preferred color on your Silicone Mat and then place your Hot Glue on top.  Wipe your mat clean after you are finished.  






I admit that I have been trying this and my first attempts were not so round.


I have a free PDF available with tips and ideas for using Blendabilities, if you would like a copy just email me and I will be happy to email you a copy.

Please click to Order Stampin' Up! Online


or, you can e-mail me at dfoor@embarqmail.com

Until Next Time,


Denise Foor

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Blendabilities


Recently, Stampin' Up! held their annual Convention in Salt Lake City, Utah. . One of the topics they covered was the new Blendabilities and all the different ways you can use them.  We all know you can color stamped images, but there is a whole host of other creations awaiting you!  So, I thought I would share some of the ideas with you on my blog.





Here is one I've been playing around with.....coloring Black and White Photographs with my Blendabilities.  This photo was taken of our granddaughter, Stella with her Great-Grandmother's dog, Chuckie, back in 2011.  I wanted to highlight his ball and her hair.




Here I used my Old Olive Blendabilities Marker to color Chuckie's tennis ball.



Here I added my Daffodil Yellow Marker to her hair....just a touch.  As soon as my Melon Mambo markers arrive I'm going to stripe her pants.  LOL



Donna Griffith presented a lot of fun information on how to use Blendabilities at the Stampin' Up! Convention.  I'll start today by showing you some of the muslin treat bags she shared by decorating them with her Markers.




Donna drew her lines on freehand with her Marker.  Wow!




Love the Gold Sequins on the tie!





Here is a second sample....just lovely.  The rhinestones are also colored with the Blendabilities Markers.



I have a free PDF available with tips and ideas for using Blendabilities, if you would like a copy just email me and I will be happy to email you a copy.

Please click to Order Stampin' Up! Online


or, you can e-mail me at dfoor@embarqmail.com

Until Next Time,


Denise Foor