New WOW! Video: Coloring with Stampin’ Blends on Vellum

On yesterday’s post, I shared a Birthday Card featuring the new All That You Are Stamp Set from the 2019 Occasions Catalog. You can view the original post and supply list here.  Today’s video (above) offers my tips on coloring with Stampin’ Blends Markers on Vellum card stock.   

Learn how to create this All For You handmade card using the All That You Are Stamp Set by Stampin' Up!Card by Mary Fish, Stampin' Pretty

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TIP:  I used Old Olive (light and dark) and Bermuda Bay (light and dark) on my card from my video demonstration (above), and Calypso Coral (light and dark) in my card from yesterday’s post (below).

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Stampin’ Blends Markers – These high-quality, alcohol-based, dual-tip markers come in exclusive Stampin’ Up! colors. Each color is available in two shades to give you the best blending experience. You can view all available Stampin’ Blends in my online store here:  Stampin’ Blends


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  1. Diane bland-kuta

    Can you please tell me what is the difference between stampin up blends and copic markers

  2. Beautiful cards, I’m afraid of the blend pens 😳

  3. What are all the best ways to stick vellum to a card. How to avoid the see through of the glue

  4. Love vellum but never use it on cards, etc. With your fabulous tip, I’m inspired to try! Beautiful card, set is now on my list!

  5. Beautiful card! Thanks for the tips! I can’t wait to try it!

  6. I love this beautiful card, Mary. Your coloring on vellum is awesome and using the punch for the sentiment is fun! Hope you’ve had a great day!

  7. WoW! That is my usual exclamation when I see one of your beautiful cards… the blenders and can hardly wait to make this.

  8. Jackie Pomeroy

    Hi Mary , very beautiful card. I also like the fact that you used the dimensionals , I tried the tombow and unless you use a sponge to apply it , it shows through. Lesson learned. I will try dimensionals on my next one. Thankyou, Jackie

  9. Susan from Colorado

    Simply gorgeous! Now where did I put my vellum cardstock?

  10. Carol Carriveau

    FBulous/gorgeous!!, I tend to forget about coloring on Vellum myself….last time I dud one was last Summer….shame on me! TFS your creativity aNd the video!

  11. Mary, your card is stunning! Your video is perfect. I always forget about vellum, but now I must have a class to show how easy this is. Thanks for your wonderful inspiration! Hugs

  12. Maria A Rodriguez

    Ohh!! I love this technique Mary, WOW!! What a sweet and gorgeous card, Vellum always adds that touch of softness and elegance to our cards.
    Thank you for the video.

  13. Dorothea Chase

    I watched your video on this card, I loved the technique. The
    card is beautiful and looks so easy to make, thank you for
    doing the video.

  14. What GREAT tips my friend. Big question I had……(Which you did answer) was how you attached the vellum to your card……BRILLILANT my friend. TFS.

  15. Melissa N. Matusevich

    Thank you for sharing this. It is an easy technique resulting in an incredibly beautiful image. Wow!

  16. Christine Thomas

    Mary, this is Beautiful!!!

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