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Colouring stamped images - August 2018 Art With Heart Monthly Blog Hop

Aug Hop

Tonight the Art with Heart team are sharing creative projects featuring stamp sets that you can colour in. We hope our blog hop inspires you to pick up some Stampin’ Write Markers, Watercolour Pencils, Stampin Blends or another form of colouring medium and colour in with your stamps. Don’t forget to contact any of the ladies on the blog hop to order any products, especially they limited edition colour your season products.

I have featured another Christmas card, as I just can't get enough of colouring the Christmas baubles with the Stampin' Blends. I have been going a bit crazy with colouring using the Blends lately, as I just love the depth of colour I am getting and the ease of the blending, They are great alcohol markers, and having them to coordinate with my Stampin' Up! colours is just a bonus.

Stampin Up Beautiful Baubles stamp set from the 2018 Holiday Catalogue. Coloured with Stampin Blends. Card by Claire Daly, Stampin Up Demonstrator, Melbourne Australia.

The base card is Granny Apple Green,  vibrant green that debuted this year in the Colour Revamp. Here re the Stampin' Blends Colours I have used to colour the bauble from Beautiful Baubles stamp set (coming on September 5th with the 2018 Holiday Catalogue):

  • Soft Sea Foam Light
  • Soft Sea Foam Dark
  • Pool Party Light
  • Pool Party Dark
  • Bermuda Bay Light
  • Granny Apple Green Light

Other products are the new Swirls and Curls Embossing Folder (coming in the Holiday Catalogue), and to mat the image I have used Coastal Cabana cardstock and Silver Glimmer paper. My image is stamped onto Thick Whisper White cardstock with Memento Black ink pad, with the greeting from the Beautiful Baubles set silver embossed.

Stampin Up Beautiful Baubles stamp set from the 2018 Holiday Catalogue. Coloured with Stampin Blends. Card by Claire Daly, Stampin Up Demonstrator, Melbourne Australia.

It's now time to head onto the next person on the blog hop, the lovely Kate Morgan. 

Next

If you get lost anywhere, here is a full list of participants, so you can pick up anywhere.

Rebecca Jacovou
Claire Daly - that's me!
Kate Morgan
Tina Gillespie
Ros Davidson
Catherine Proctor
Caroline Manwaring
Sharon Davern
Rachel Woollard
Amie McIIroy
Kimberly Hern
Andrea Roberts

 

Thanks for stopping by today. Have a happy day.

Claire

 

Comments

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Catherine Proctor

Wow oh wow Claire, after seeing your gorgeous card last night I ordered this bundle today and seeing your card tonight I just can't wait to use it!!

Kate Morgan

So pretty Claire, these are not colours that I would put together, but they really work well and compliment each other. Oh and I love the sparkle!

Caroline

Oh my goodness Claire, what a beautiful card! A lovely combination of colours and that Granny Apple Green is a stunning background colour for your card.

Ros Davidson

The bauble looks stunning coloured in with the blends. Thanks for taking part in the colouring in blog hop.

Sharon Davern

Gorgeous colouring Claire and I love the colours you have used! Such a lovely Christmas card!

Brenda Just

Love the colours you chose Claire, xx

Judy May

Such a gorgeous card, Claire. Love the colour combo too. Might have to succumb to this Bundle after all !

June Kempster

This stamp set is definately on my wish list, beautiful card TFS

Rebecca Jacovou

I love the card. I love the colours used.

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