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Stampin' 101 Video Series: Blender Pens

Hi Everyone,
I hope you had a fabulous weekend :) Before I start...Check below for some updates on the latest SU! news...
Today's Stampin' 101 video is all about Blender Pens. They have been around for a long time and I'm still using the ones I purchased back in 2008.
They are a wonderful little tool that will help you get more out of your Stampin' Up! Classic Ink Pads and Stampin' Write Markers. Here is a how to video...
Watch Below | Watch on You Tube


You can also use the blender pens on cardstock, but you won't want to do too much blending. Regular cardstock has a tendency to pill up the paper. You can blend, but I recommend drying with a heat gun in between.
Here is a close up of the finished cup...I made two for a project that I'll be sharing later this week.

Supplies:
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Just a few reminders...
The Butterfly Bundle 15% off sale ends in two weeks. The discount appears when add the bundle to your shopping bag. It's such an adorable set.

The long awaited return of he Magnetic Platform. It's back in Stock :)
and finally...last week new items where added to the Clearance Rack...
While supplies last deals up to 80% off. I see a few things I would like to get.



Thanks for stopping by, have a great day.
Christina
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4 comments

  1. Thanks for sharing,Love your videos!!!

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  2. Thank You so much for showing us all of these techniques I have a blender pen and wasn't real sure how to use it and now I do. I have changed my Stampin Up consultant
    over to you because you show me so much more then my other one has and I Thank You for that.

    Roxanna

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  3. I always forget about my blender pens! Much easier than blending with Copics. Thanks for the tutorial!

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  4. I'm a hobby demonstrator, but you taught me more in the past 10 minutes than I've learned in the past two years! Thanks Christina. So glad you got back into the business.

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