This month for Simple Stamping Techniques we’re playing with Stampin’ Blends with Stampin’ Blends Marbling. Make sure you hop along to all the participants in this International Blog Hop. Leave a comment. We love to read what you think of the techniques we share.

Stampin’ Blends Marbling

Stampin' Blends Marbling

Use the background you create for a:

  • Card
  • Scrapbook Page

Use A4 Glossy White Cardstock for the background and then I added the Butterfly Thinlits cut in Basic Black A4 Card Stock from Butterfly Beauty Thinlits Dies

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Stampin' Blends Marbling

Tip: Not sure what colours to use? Check the coordinating colours on Stampin’ Up! paks of Designer Series Paper and use those.

I used Botanical Butterfly Designer Series Paper as a guide for my colour palette.

Stampin' Blends Marbling

Stampin’ Blends Marbling Basics

  • Use some removable tape to secure a card front size piece of ard to your work surface. This is your template (14.9 cm x 10.5 cm or 5 1/2″ x 4 1/4″)
  • Secure a ziplock bag over your template
  • Use a variety of Stampin’ Blends to randomly colour on top of the bag. Use your template piece of card as a guide.
  • Spritz the bag well with rubbing alcohol or Isocol until the ink appears to be wet, and droplets of the liquid are visible. The edges of the colours will start to blend.
  • Place your A4 Glossy White Cardstock ut to 14.9 m x 10.5 m or 5 1/2″ x 4 1/4″, glossy sie own onto the wet ink. Press the card stock onto the ink for a few seconds then lift up to see your background
  • Use the background as is or repeat this step to add layers of colour or fill in spaces which didn’t colour.

Tip: Try not to work in an area which is directly affected by wind or an overhead fan as it will dry the ink very quickly

Tip: Mist the inked area with Isocol again to revive the colours as needed


Stampin' Blends Marbling

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