Coloring with Stampin’ Blends markers can be really quick and simple, or you can get pretty detailed and add lots of shading, blending, colors, depth and dimension with them.
Either way, they are my favorite coloring medium!! I’ve colored the Stampin’ Up! Coffee with Friends set images for my card today, while taking an online Coloring Masterclass from Barry & Jay.
Look at the variety of Stampin’ Blends colors Jay taught us to use to color this image!! Like I mentioned above, you can use fewer colors, make it pretty simple when you color, or, try out lots of shades to create lots of detail!
I’ll list all the colors below in my product links.
As I’ve shared in my Stampin’ Blends coloring lessons and when I do watercoloring or ink blending with you, my goal is to create contrast with light and dark, shading and shadow. I love the effect of using a range of colors to produce the contrast of lights and darks.
For my card today, I’ve die cut the deckled circle die in the Pecan Pie polkadot pattern from the Regals 6×6 paper stack to frame my colored image. I stamped hello from the Biggest Wish set in Pecan Pie ink, and used Misty Moonlight for the cardstock base and envelope flap. I really love brown and blue together.. I think it’s a striking combo.
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