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Blended Bloom and Blendabilities

New In Colors,  Blendabilities, new ribbon, stamps and much more have arrived in the As the Ink Dries craft room!  What do you think was the first thing I played with? 

Blended Blooms Real Red

If you guessed Blendabilities,  you are right!  Blendabilities is Stampin' Up!'s newest coloring tools and  they are fabulous.  I have lots to learn but I had to share with you my first card.  

Stamps: Blended Bloom
Ink: Memento Black pad (love!), Cherry Cobbler Assortment Blendabilities, Daffodil Delight Assortment Blendabilties, 
Paper: Whisper White, Kaleidoscope DSP
Embellishments: Daffodil Delight seam binding ribbon, Rhinestone (colored with Cherry Cobbler Blendabilities)

Blended Blooms Real Red side

The Blendabilities come in color assortments and each assortment (except for the Skin Tone Assortment) has a light, medium, dark marker.  This makes it so much easier to figure out the coloring and blending.  One thing I learned at the Catalog Reveal is you start with the darkest color and work lighter.  I know that is going to take some getting used to!  

I will be back to share with you the Weekly Deals and remember the Retiring Stamps list and the Retiring Accessories list.

Comments

Pam Stern

WOWZA!!! Nicely done.

Sharon  Hashimoto Burkert

Thanks Pam! Lots to learn but it sure is fun.

barb hendrickson

Just a beautiful coloring job! Love this card!

Sharon  Hashimoto Burkert

Thanks Barb. I still have lots to learn. It sure was fun to work with the new Blendabilities

Britiney @ Consider the Lilies

Oh no!!! The ONLY color I didn't preorder!!!! This is spectacular!!!

Sharon  Hashimoto Burkert

Thanks Britney. I have no self control and ordered all the colors I could. It sure is a fun new addition.

Cherie

Sharon, This is just stunning! You did a fantastic job of blending! I too orderer all of them. Now, I just wish I had the time to play!

Sharon  Hashimoto Burkert

Thanks Cherie! I brought some along on vacation and pull it out whenever I can to practice. It is so much fun!

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