Did you know you can color coordinate your ribbon using alcohol markers?! Color coordination is key to a great paper crafting project and Stampin’ Up! makes it easy! Their custom color palette coordinates perfectly with their cardstock, ink, markers and accessories. The Stampin’ Blends alcohol markers provide an additional coloring medium with perfect color coordination and I’m using them in today’s quick tip video.
Most likely you won’t have every color ribbon for every project. But don’t let that concern you if you have the Stampin’ Blends. These alcohol based markers will cover just about any accessory you’d like to add to your project whether it’s buttons, brads, sequins or, in this case, ribbon.
Color Coordinate Your Ribbon
Sheer ribbons, like satin, will only require coverage on one side as the silky threads will bleed through to the other side. Classic weave, cotton ribbons and twines will require coverage on both sides if you plan on making a bow. Regardless, these alcohol markers are easy to use! Here’s just one more reason why owning the Stampin’ Blends provides amazing color coordination to your projects.
Color Coordination with Stampin’ Blends
Looking for Fresh Ideas?
If you’re looking for fresh ideas then take a peek at my PDF Tutorial Library. There are over 45 different tutorials available for a nominal fee. Tutorials include card collections, 3D projects and fancy folds. When you purchase my PDF Tutorials they will contain:
- Clear, color photos from various angles will make it easy for you to mimic the construction of the card.
- Step by step instructions with cutting dimensions and tips.
- A complete supply list including item codes and product descriptions. All the products used can be purchased in my online store.
- Prices are reminiscent to the number of pages included.