When I first heard about Blendabilities, I wasn’t all that excited. I never jumped onto the Copics bandwagon, and I didn’t do a whole lot of coloring with markers. Frankly, it all sounded a little intimidating! But, like the good little lemming that I am, I dutifully ordered some of the new blendies, because I NEED TO HAVE IT ALL!!!! I did get to use them at Brian’s open house, and I’ve been reading about everyone’s experiences, and have watched some of the informational videos, so tonight I decided it was time to finally use them!
I opened my new pack of Park Lane DSP, chose my colors and stamp set and got to work. It took awhile to color all those petals on the dahlia, but I really like how it came out. I fussy cut the flower, and then colored the cut edges with the lightest cherry cobbler pen. I also used the 2 way glue pen and added some dazzling diamonds to the center of the flower, because it was just crying out for some bling! I’m wondering now if I should have used some rhinestones instead–maybe next time! I could not find a current “Happy Birthday” stamp in my stash that fit the word window punch, so I had to use a retired one–time to add to my next order, lol!
Without further ado, here is my card:
Stamps: Regarding Dahlias, Messages for Mom
Paper: Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive, Whisper White, Park Lane DSP
Ink: Memento Black, Cherry Cobbler Blendabilities, Daffodil Delight Blendabilities
Misc: word window punch, modern label punch, 2 way glue pen, dazzling diamonds, swiss dots embossing folder
I am thrilled to welcome all of you who came over here after reading Brian’s post today! I get so much inspiration and enjoyment reading other stamper’s blogs, and I hope that I do that for you all!