If you’ve been wondering how to colour with Stampin Blends, I’ve got a double treat for you today!
First, a peek into my Design with Jo VIPeeps interactive card making group where we made a card almost exactly like this one with Stampin’ Blends.
Then a link to this video to show you how to make new Stampin Blends colours!
Doesn’t that colour just POP right off the card? And the one the VIPeeps and I made together did too!
So what’s my Design with Jo VIPeeps group? My free Facebook group of card makers and crafters! And the VIP part? Very Important Papercrafters! And we get together live every Tuesday night at 6:30 MDT to have some fun and create together.
Plus I have games, card making challenges and prizes along with daily inspiration in this fun group.
I would absolutely love it if you decide to join in too, just by clicking here.
How to Colour with Stampin Blends
Look at the vibrant colours and blending I was able to get out of my Stampin’ Blends! I have a couple out-of-the-ordinary colours I’ve mixed together here. Magenta Madness, Real Red and Mango Melody!
My inspiration was this rose I have growing in my yard, called Morden Pink. And I think I was able to recreate it not too badly with the three colours of Stampin’ Blends I used.
What do you think?
Want to see how I did it? Learn how to make an almost exact replica of this card here.
Jo’s Design Details
1.If you’ve been following me for a bit, you know I tend to work with bold contrasting colours. So I paired the bright pink of Magenta Madness with crisp Whisper White, Basic Black and shiny silver foil.
2. There’s a very subtle bit of texture on the black since I ran it through – aptly – the Subtle embossing folder, one of my faves.
3. With all the boldness going on, I chose the airy detailed leaves and pods to accent the flower in silver.
4. And once again, just like on this card, I used a negative die rather than another label layer for the card sentiment.
5. A few well placed Clear Epoxy Droplets I thought looked reminiscent of water droplets so thought they fit the card too.
What’s Your Favourite Rose Colour?
Now you can see how spectacular this Wild Rose stamp is in my bright pink, what colour is your favourite rose? You can probably get pretty close to its colour too just by blending up a couple colours like I did.
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Hope You Become a Very Important Papercrafter Too!
Hope to see you over in the Design with Jo VIPeeps Facebook group soon! It’s got lots going for it including these three capital F’s!! Fun, Free and Friendship! Join here.
Take one final peek at this vibrant rose card before we say so long for today!
If you’ve been wondering how to colour with Stampin Blends alcohol markers, now you know – I hope you’re going to give them a try!