Today I’m off on a road trip with the lovely Libby and Linda.

We are heading down to Canberra for the Stampin’ Up! Party Time event.  I’m very much looking forward to catching up with some of my sweet friends down there! 

So today I have a different way for you to use your Stampin’ Up! Blendabilities™ which I learned from my sweet friend Patty.  

It’s simply colouring over a white embossed image – yep its that easy! 

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These are cards that I showed the girls at my Blendabilities Class and they made this one … 

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It was quick and easy and well most of them enjoyed the fussy cutting 😉 

I love how when you colour over the white embossing it just pops!  
There’s also no mistakes because if you dont like the colour or you put the colour in the wrong spot well you just go over it with the right colour and it works! 

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 Also, being on black cardstock it doesnt matter if your colouring isnt perfect! 

This technique is a great one for playing with or giving a chalkboard look and anyone you make a card for using this technique will wow at it over and over again. 

Would you like to make this or see this technique in action?  Why not get a few friends together and I’ll come and you can all make one of these cards – I’ll even bring the Tim Tams!  

Contact me today to book in your workshop for March – I only have a few dates left and we still have Sale-a-bration till the end of March so you can still earn free products. 

Thanks for stopping and catch ya latte … 
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coffeebeanlineAs I’m away for the weekend I have a 3 day special for you … All orders of $35 or more from Friday to Sunday placed in my online store will receive their shipping costs back!  You can opt for it to be paid in product or I’ll refund it to your account – the choice is yours!  I will contact you Monday to find out what you want! 
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