Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Tip: Dying Flower Trim with Stampin' Up! Marker

Did you see my post earlier with the Stampin' Success article about dying embellishments? Here's another way to dye the new Flower Trim from Stampin' Up! -- use a Stampin' Write Marker!

I love the look of just coloring the edges of the flower "petals". It's easy to achieve by simply brushing your marker tip over the flower. Use a Paper Piercer or Paper Snips to hold the flower in place as you color with the marker.

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This is one of the cards in my Stamp of the Month Club series for January. I had so much fun designing these cards with the brand new Spring Catalog products. Can you spot all of the new goodies I used on this card?
When you sign up my Stamp of the Month Club, you'll get a new Clear Mount stamp set and three, completely finished stamped cards each month! Click here to learn more and sign up for this club. Join now and get the January package.
Stampin' Up! Supplies: Oh Hello stamp set, Crumb Cake cardstock, So Saffron ink pad, Soft Suede marker, Lucky Limeade marker, Calypso Coral marker, Very Vanilla cardstock, Tea for Two Designer Paper, Delicate Details Lace Tape, Tea Lace Paper Doilies, Vanilla 5/8" Flower Trim, Oval Collections Framelits (Big Shot)

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