The Blended Bloom stamp was introduced around the time that the Blendabilities alcohol markers were and it was the perfect image for colouring and taking full advantage of the blending capabilities of those markers. Unfortunately the Blendabilities were taken off the shelf due to quality issues leaving customers with the stamp which also ended up on a shelf because they weren’t sure how to use it. Well, slowly other colouring methods were introduced, one of which was to stamp the image on watercolour paper then colour it using the ink pads and the watercolour brush.
One of my customers hosted a party over the weekend and she requested I design the make-n-take around this stamp set. Due to the number of guests and time, watercolouring was not an option so I designed these two cards.
If you’d like to make these two cards, then register for my Stamp Cafe this Friday, August 28. If you can’t make it but want to make them on your own, the supplies used follow the images.