Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Blendabilities on Basic Black


Hello!

I hope your week is going well so far.  We've hit a bit of a cold snap here and I'm thankful the boys have this week off so we can hibernate!

I have a really neat technique to share with you today using Blendabilities.  The best part about these markers is that because they are alcohol based they stay put on just about any medium you use them on, set embossing powders included!  The other great thing?  I can finally color all those solid image stamps I own; no more coloring the rubber with my Stampin' Write Markers just so then huffing, stamping and being disappointed with the lack luster intensity of the transfer.  There's nothing wrong with this process if that's what your going for, but I love new possibilities and my Blendabilities give me just that!!

The process is a super simple one.  Begin with a piece of dark colored card stock such as Basic Black, Basic Gray, or Pacific Point.  Stamp a solid image onto the card stock using Versamark, sprinkle with White Embossing powder and heat set.  Now your ready to color with your Blendabilities!  Start with your darkest color in the color set and work your way to the lightest, just as though you were coloring on card stock.  You'll be so impressed with the results and the ink won't smudge because of their alcohol base!  Win win!!  

If you'd like to see a video on how I use my Blendabilties with this technique, please leave a comment below and I'll try do one ASAP.

Supplies:

Stamp Sets: World of Dreams, Gorgeous Grunge, And Many More
Card Stock: Basic Black, Smoky Slate, Mossy Meadow, Coastal Cabana, Typeset DSP
Ink: Coastal Cabana, Mossy Meadow
Blendabiltities: Skin Tone, Old Olive, Coastal Cabana, Daffodil Delight, Pumpkin Pie, Rich Razzleberry
Accessories: Versamark, White Embossing Powder, Heat Gun, Banner Punch, Multi-purpose Liquid Glue

That's all for today, thanks so much for stopping by!  Until next time... 
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10 comments:

Cheryl said...

This card is just absolutely beautiful. Can't wait to try this.

Debbie said...

Yes, please do make a video!

Susan Mac Donald said...

video would be well welcomed! sounds interesting.

nyobre said...

Would love to see a video, looks great.

Linda Vich said...

Very pretty technique! Would love to see a video!

paowens11 said...

Please, would love to see a video!
It is beautiful!

jerkim2 said...

Please, it would be fantastic. Your work is so beautiful

Elise G said...

Your card is A M A Z I N G!!!!! And a video of this technique would be fab.
Thanks so much for sharing your creative genius. :)

Jane Giggy said...

I would love to see a video of this technique. Thank you for sharing.

2fune said...

I just love this card, but then I love every card and 3D creation that comes out of your talented brain! Will look forward to your next video, and I wanted to thank you for making the Bokeh technique video, it was so good, you're a great teacher as well as artist. Thanks for inspiring us over and over!

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