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Using The Color Lifter and Skin Tones With Stampin’ Blends

Today I want to show you what I’m learning about using the Color Lifter and Skin Tones with the new Stampin’ Blends.  This is where I needed the most encouragement to be brave and jump in there.

I’ve always shied away from alcohol markers for a number of reasons:

  1. I’m not a real artist
  2. There are too many colors to choose from
  3. They’re so expensive and I need to buy so many to really do anything

Well, I’m happy to see that for under $150 I can have it all with room to spare with the Stampin’ Blends. You don’t have to be a real artist or own 60 pens to make anything worth while. I’m getting a few more new stamp sets that are all about coloring next week and will spend some relaxing time doing some adult coloring.

Here’s one of the stamp sets that I haven’t show you yet.  I’m thinking about a set of Christmas cards using the toy soldier. LOTS of coloring fun in this one:

It’s called Sugarplum dreams and I’m pretty sure that our granddaughter, Sofie, will love the ballerina. The one sentiment, being printed kind of long instead of across, will make a great layered gift tag!

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