My Blendabilities class was so much fun
and I loved the projects!
All Blendabilities are tax free this weekend! Don't miss out!
We started out with coloring on some non-paper accessories.
One of the great things about Blendabilities is that they are alcohol based.
That means you can use them to color on glossy surfaces like pearls, brads, and rhinestones.
This project was inspired by Diana Gibbs. Notice that the pattern on the
DSP of the envelope liner matches the pattern on the texture on the Crumb Cake cardstock.
This card was cased from Rachel Tessman.
So sweet and pretty.
This is an easy card to make as it uses the pre-cut
notecards and envelopes. I used the Chalk Marker to add highlights to the flower.
Here are samples of the Blendabilities on
Whisper White and Very Vanilla Cardstock.
Samples on Vellum, Shimmery White, and Whisper White.
Blendabilities work best on smooth paper. They won't work
too well on our Naturals card stock or Watercolor paper.
This is my preferred method when using Blendabilities markers:
Dark first, medium second, then cover the entire image with the lightest marker.