Hello, and welcome back! Today I'm sharing a couple more ways for you to use your Blendabilities markers. I made some tags today to share. First, you can stamp on the front of our Vellum Cardstock with Black Stazon Ink, and then color the back with Blendabilities markers. For this flower, I started at the center, colored the darkest color of Melon Mambo and then moved on to the medium and light colors. Because of the slight opacity of the vellum, the colors are less vivid and more soft and pretty.
Next, I wanted to try coloring on our Windows Sheets with the markers. I first stamped in Jet Black Stazon, and after it dried I colored on the back side with the medium shardes of Cherry Cobbler, Coastal Cabana and Old Olive Blendabilities. I love how these little pieces turned out.
For this last tag, I stamped in White Stazon on the front of the Window Sheet, and then colored on the back with the medium shade of the Calypso Coral Blendabilities. I wanted to make a little window for this image, so I punched the 3/4" circle punch from the tag and mounted the stamped image over the opening. This was a lot of fun, and I can see trying this with a larger image on a card.
Well, that is all for today. And, this concludes my series on Blendabilties. You can find a free tip sheet with all of the ideas I have shared on Blendabilties this month below. Please download it and enjoy using it. Are there other products you would like to see featured in this series? If so, please leave me a comment with your suggestions. Thanks for stopping by!