I love to color – there are times when I really want to zone in on all the details and color every nook and cranny, but there are other times when I’m happy with ease and efficiency. Today I’m sharing a video that shows a few ways you can achieve great coloring effects with a Blender Pen. I hope you enjoy my video:
In summary, here are the three styles of coloring with a Blender Pen I shared in the video:
- Pulling color in from a stamped image with a Blender Pen
- Coloring rich detail with ink from a Classic Stampin’ Pad and a Blender Pen
- Transferring ink from Stampin’ Write Markers to clear blocks to Blender Pen
If you have never used the Blender Pens, now’s a good chance to give them a try:
Another thing you should try – and this is a big one, I know – is the Many Marvelous Markers. In one container, you get all the markers from the Brights, Subtles, Regals and Neutrals collections (except Whisper White and Very Vanilla). That’s 38 markers! Easy to transport and all those colors at your finger tips.
If you haven’t colored with Blender Pens (or haven’t colored with them in a while), I hope you’ll give them a try!
Tomorrow, I’m sharing a finished project with one of the images I shared in my video – I hope you’ll come back tomorrow to check it out!
Thanks for stopping by today!