Birthdays Craft Classes Floral Stampin' Up! Technique

Colouring With Markers

Card stamped with Blended Blooms and then coloured with Stampin' Write Markers.
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Blended Blooms stamp, Stampin' Write markers Staz-on and Butterflies Thinlits Die.
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Stampin' Write markers and ink refill.
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Today we are colouring with markers.

Have you fallen in-love with colouring all over again? When I was little my mum would often bring home a thick colouring book for me. As a treat, I would also get a fresh pack of Crayola with the built-in sharpener. Remember those? Did you enjoy colouring with Crayola too when you were little? I would then spend hours enjoying the fresh smell of a new book and the waxy smell of crayons. Ah, the simple joys of childhood.

Fast forward to today, I still enjoy colouring. As an adult, it has become an enjoyable hobby (and a cheap relaxation activity) for me. Although now, instead of a box of Crayola, my choice of colouring tools have become a bit more sophisticated.

Stampin’ Write markers are so good for colouring. They are vibrant, acid-free, water-based, dual-tipped and I never have to throw them away. Yes, they have ink refills.

Here’s how I made the card:

  1. On a Basic White card front, stamp the flower with Staz-On. I stamped it repeatedly to cover the entire space. Also, stamp background splatters to fill the gaps.
  2. Colour each flower in monochome, in varying shades so that the petals have detail in them.
  3. Attach a greeting and a butterfly cut-out. Add sequins or gems also for a finishing touch.
  4. Attach the card front to a card base.

Here’s a list of products I used:

I hope that you enjoyed this card inspiration and that you’ll give colouring with markers a go.

Visit the online store for current products to help you in your card making.

Would you like to learn colouring techniques in class? Let me know so we can organise one for you. Bring along your friends too so you can share the experience.

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