Breaking out my Blendabilities (Finally!)

I’m never the first to jump on board a trend … so, I’m sure you’ve heard about the *new* Blendabilities by now!  Back in July, Stampin’ Up! released alcohol markers called Blendabilites.  Designed for colouring on Whisper White, these little gems provide smooth, blended colour that looks fabulous.  Each pack contains three markers of varying shades so that you can get ‘light & depth’ within your image.  Tuxedo Black Momento Ink is the recommended ink for stamping, but further testing from SU! means that there are quite a few of inks within their Classic range that also work. Each combination gives a slightly different finish.

Always Artichoke
Baked Brown Sugar
Blushing Bride
Calypso Coral
Coastal Cabana
Crisp Cantaloupe
Crumb Cake
Crushed Curry
Daffodil Delight
Garden Green
Hello Honey
Marina Mist
Melon Mambo
Lost Lagoon
Old Olive
Pear Pizzazz
Pink Pirouette
Pistachio Pudding
Pool Party
Pumpkin Pie
Sahara Sand
Smoky Slate
So Saffron
Soft Sky
Tangelo Twist
Tangerine Tango
Tempting Turquoise
Wild Wasabi
Wisteria Wonder


Over the past couple of months I’ve added a few packs of my favourite colours and a couple of the stamps that are fabulous for colouring.  Although super easy to use, there’s a bit of a knack to it and I’m still practicing.  Stampin’ Up!’s You Tube channel has some great video tutorials.

The very first card I made with my “Blendies” used the Perfect Peacock Stamp & the Coastal Cabana and Daffodil Delight pen sets.  Because of my beginner status, I used the Annual Catalogue to guide my colouring and kept the card fairly simple.  Simple is often so effective and the Blendabilities certainly help to give it that ‘wow’ factor.  Kelly x



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