Thank You Razzleberry

Thank You Razzleberry

Welcome back crafters. I have been using a Christmas gift I received from my in-laws. Little do they know I've been coloring all week long. I got the Watercolor pencils. I love them! You will too and will not be disappointed. You need to add them to your next order. I have been coloring the Inside the Lines designer series paper (a FREE product you can choose from the 2017 Sale-A-Bration Catalog). This 12 pack DSP has 3 sheets of 4 different black and white designs perfect for coloring using different Stampin' Up! products. You can use the Stampin' Write markers, Sponge brayers, Watercolor pencils and Blender pens.

Stay tuned in the next week to see my posts about the cards I created using one 12"x12" sheet of the Inside the Lines DSP, Watercolor pencils and Blender pens.

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I added a piece of ribbon behind my heat embossed stitched circle sentiment. That was all I wanted to add to the card because I wanted to show off the design of the DSP and the coloring too.

Depending on how you color (lightly barely having the lead touch the paper or break the lead in the pencil you are pressing too hard) you will get many different possibilities with these paired products. Endless results. You may ask about the numbers on the pencils. They are coordinating to the packaging the pencils come in. Pretty much a key code if you cannot tell by the lead color or the other end of the pencil that has the color.

Creative Color Combination

Flowers are fun to say thank you.

Supplies

Click the photo(s) below to purchase the products used to create this project directly from my online Stampin' Up! store.

Special Note of Thanks

Special Note of Thanks

Smiles For Miles

Smiles For Miles

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