Using Blender Pens with Vivid Vases - Includes a How To Video



I'm back from the Stampin' Up! Royal Caribbean Cruise! It was a BLAST! But, it's good to be home again and back to my normal routine. I'll try to share some pictures . . . maybe this weekend if I can squeeze it in. I'm moving a daughter home from college and have overnight guests on Saturday so we'll see . . . . !

The card I'm sharing today is one that my clubs are making this week. It's a beauty and uses the stamp called Vivid Vases from the Spring Mini Catalog along with one of my all time favorite packages of designer series paper: Watercolor Wonder. I will seriously miss that paper - only two more weeks to order it! Yikes, how time flies! The video below has all the measurements along with all the how to on using blender pens on this card. Have a great day and happy stamping!





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Comments

Penny L. said…
Great video tutorial! thank you for teaching us how to use the blender pens. I bought one a couple of years ago and have never used it! I'll have to get it out and see if it will still work. :-)
Tania said…
Nice video. I'm wondering about one thing. You were saying that the sheet you used to put the re-inker on was from your Stampamajig? And you used a Sharpie? Isn't a Sharpie a permanent marker? I'd just be concerned because now you can't re-use it.
Kay Kalthoff said…
Thanks so much, Penny and Tania, for taking the time to comment. And, yes, I did use a sharpie marker on my Stamp-a-ma-jig image sheet. You can wipe it right off with a swish of StazOn Remover and it's good as new.