Stampin Blends Marker Tutorial: Backgrounds with Just Add Color Specialty Paper

The last project I shared with you in my Stampin Blends Marker Tutorial Series featured the Just Add Color Specialty Paper also – but this time instead of coloring the images, my project features inverse color. By adding saturated color with Stampin Blends to the backgrounds, the delicate feather details jump off the paper.

So pretty! This project is also included with my Stamps in the Mail Club project kit in November, so all the pieces arrive pre-punched and pre-cut to the correct sizes.

Ready to learn more about using your Stampin’ Blends Markers? I hope you’ll find my video tutorial helpful!

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2 thoughts on “Stampin Blends Marker Tutorial: Backgrounds with Just Add Color Specialty Paper”

    • Glad you enjoyed my tutorial! The Stampin Blends markers are not intended to be refillable, but they are sold both in combo packs and in single markers to make it easy to get replacements as needed. That being said, I haven’t had any of my markers run out yet, and I’ve used them for my own projects as well as for make n take projects at several events. They’re still going strong!

      I’d definitely recommend giving them a try – and know that Stampin’ Up! stands behind their products 🙂
      BTW, today’s a great day to try them — free shipping! 😉 Happy Stamping! -Meg


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