Party More. Get More! That’s right, the more you party the more you get! Now through the end of October, hostess a party (in person, on-line, or remote with catalogs) or place an order of $250 or more and get $25 more in free product benefits!
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One of the great things about being a Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator is the chance to earn great incentive trips! I got to experience San Diego this past weekend, all expenses paid by Stampin’ Up. It was filled with fun. A Stampin’ Up! Tradition is to receive a pillow gift in the evening. It’s a gift left when the housekeeping staff turns down the room at night. Here’s what was in our room Saturday night. any guesses what’s inside? Hop on over to my Facebook page www.facebook.com/paperinkle and find out!
Last chance to opt in for the August stamp of the month club. Here’s one of the completed projects you will receive with your order. The suggested stamp set is Flower Shop. Click here for more details.
Blender pens are a great addition to your stamping tool bag! They give you the flexibility to turn your other coloring supplies into watercolors. You can use blender pens with water based markers, inks, watercolor pencils, watercolor crayons and even pastels.
They give you the precision of a pen with the look of watercolors and best yet, the Stampin’ Up! Blender Pens come in a pack of three with two flexible tips on each pen. The tip easily cleans off with just a stroke or two on a piece of scrap paper. That means you can use the same pen for one project and a variety of colors.
To use a blender pen to create a watercolor effect, color or outline a stamped image with Stampin’ Write Markers, Watercolor Wonder Crayons, or Watercolor Pencils. Pull and blend the colors with the blender pen. You can also dip the blender pen into Stampin’ Pastels or Classic Stampin’ Pads and apply directly to paper.
If your blender pens run out of juice here’s a quick tip to refill:
- 2 tablespoons glycerin
- 2 oz. distilled water (important to use distilled water, which is chemical free, to keep your pen from molding with the refill)
- ¾ teaspoon rubbing alcohol
Soak blender pen tips in the refill solution or take apart the pen by gently pulling off one tip then use an eye dropper to refill the barrel.
Please leave a comment and share your favorite use for blender pens!
Many thanks to all of you who have been encouraging me to get my stamping blog up and running! I’m so appreciative of all of my current Stampin’ Up! customers and now really excited to introduce Paperinkle, a place where we can chat, shop and share great crafting ideas, tip and techniques. It’s also a place to celebrate my Stampin’ Up! customers – so don’t miss the all new Paperinkle Customer Rewards Club, where you can earn free stamping product in addition to the great benefits that are always offered through Stampin’ Up !
Paperinkle daily blog posts will start Monday, February 6th
Here’s what I have lined up:
- My Digital Studio (MDS) Monday
- Tip or Tool Tuesday
- What’s Up? Wednesday
- Technique Thursday
- Favorites on Friday
- Big Shot Saturday
- Stamp! It’s Sunday
Leave me a comment and let me know would you would like to see featured!