Product Review: Stampin’ Up Blendabilities Markers (with lots of samples)

For awhile now I’ve been sitting on a new product that I’ve been dying to share with you and now I’m so excited that I finally can!

product review: stampin up markers

Starting today Stampin’ Up will be releasing the first in their brand new line of markers called Blendabilities! The Blendabilites markers are alcohol based markers , they are acid free, have a square barrel so they don’t roll off your table, have dual tips (a fine tip bullet and a brush tip) and they come in some really yummy colors! Each color set contains three markers, a light, medium and dark shade of the same color and this makes for really easy and simple blending and gradation of color. The first 6 colors available today are Cherry Cobbler, Old Olive, Daffodil Delight, Pumpkin Pie, Coasta Cabana and Rich Razzleberry. When the new Stampin Up catalog comes out on June 1st 6 more marker color sets will also be available. Each color set of 3 markers will retail for $11.95 and there is also a Color Lifter marker for $4.95. The Color Lifter is sort of like a clear version of the markers that removes color, it’s great for making fun designs and patterns on already colored areas and I found it helps with “erasing” small mistakes too.

Product Review: Stampin' Up Blendabilities Markers

All my card samples were made with Stampin’ Up stamps and were colored using the Blendabilities markers. I love the double tip, the bullet is perfect for coloring into small areas and the brush tip makes it quick to color in larger areas. Having 3 shades of the same color made it so easy to get a look of shading and dimension and the colors all layer and blend together so well.

Product Review: Stampin' Up Blendabilities Markers

Contact your Stampin’ Up rep today to try out the first sets of these great new markers (find a rep here if you don’t have one) or order directly on-line from Stampin’ Up. And be sure to check out the new Stampin’ Up catalog on June 1st for more colors and information on the Blendabilities markers.

Product Review: Stampin' Up Blendabilities Markers

-Heather

 

Comments

  1. Christy Fulk says

    FYI: Blendabilities are only available to Stampin’ Up! demonstrators right now. They won’t be available to customers until sometime after the new annual catalog comes out.

  2. says

    Christi – I was told by Stampin’ Up the first 6 colors I listed above are available to customers right now to order, the rest will be available when the catalog comes out.

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