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MARKERSThe SU! Many Marvelous Markers set offers 48different colors that coordinate with the 48 colorsof stamp pads that Stampin’ Up offers. Below is alist of different ideas and techniques that you canuse with ourwonderful set of markers.Uses1. The markers work terrific with the blender pens.You can use markers instead ofwatercolor pencils. Stamp image in black. Outlinethe inside of your image with the markers and usethe blender pens to pull the colors around. Or Youcan also touch the tip of the blender pen to thetip of the brush end and color with that. Gives alighter version of the color. Gives a nice watercolor look. Much more subtle than coloring thewhole thing with the marker.2. You can get a terrific water color look withmakers by going back over lines with a wetpaintbrush. Some people are really savvy with paintbrushes and love this look. Or try coloring on theshiny side of a CD until you get a little puddle ofink. Use a damp watercolor brush and paint yourBasic Black stamped image. Looks like you usedwater colors to paint it.3. Markers allow you to omit apart of the stamp.Just use them to ink up the part of the image youwant to see once stamped.4. You can match the marker color with a papercolor without having to purchase the matching stamppad separately.5. You can color in a stamp with multiple markercolors, huff, and stamp.6. You can have a lot of fun with the air gun andmarkers. I love using the Ink Worx air gun on mycards. This gives a splatter look. The gun is onpage 230 and sells for $7.95. It’s well worth the
investment! This is what sold me on buying all themarkers! I really do use them!7. When you emboss on vellum and then color in thedesign on the back of the vellum using markers, itlooks like stained glass!8. Markers are great for coloring on Glossycardstock.9. Ink up in a lighter color and use a darker, sametone marker to shade on therubber before stamping (example: Summer Sun markeron a Watercolor Garden flower, then edge with MoreMustard marker -wide tip- and stamp.)10. Use the markers on Paper Clay after it is dry.Stamp your image, allow to dry and then use themarkers to color in the image. This is useful whenyou are making Paper Clay ornaments, jewelry, etc..11. Use markers to write a personalized message orfor journaling in your scrapbooks.12. Use markers to add shadow to a computer printedgreeting by just highlighting on one side of thetype (such as to the right of all the letters.)13. Use the markers to draw lines or shapes on abrayer, and then run the brayer over yourcardstock.14. Use markers to color white organdy ribbon tomatch your card.15. Use fine tip to highlight/outline inside edgeof panel cards. Cut edge of cardstock withdecorative shears and color edge by using side ofmarker.16. Use a gray marker to show shadow around aportion of image.17. Use markers right on your stamp to do omittingand multi-coloring.18. Make a palette by coloring with markers on apiece of plastic wrap and watercoloring with a blender pen or paintbrush.19. Thumping technique – Ink solid stamp with alight color. Use coordinating
colors of markers and “thump” the color onto thestamp. Use a motion like you are using a drumstick.Huff on your stamp before applying it to the paper.Gives a mottled look.20. Use our 48 colors of markers for more colorchoices when filling in tattoos from the tattookits. The ink will wash off (may require repeatwashings.)21. Use on sponge to add color to stamped images orcreate specialty backgrounds.22. Use brush tip to make hearts, butterflies,leaves, flowers, raindrops andwatermelon seeds.23. Use markers to color in image that was firststamped on poly shrink using the standard blackpad. They will then need to be sealed with clearfingernail polishafter they have been shrunk in order to make themwaterproof.24. Use the markers to fix mistakes. If yourstamped image isn’t complete, use a coordinatingmarker to draw the incomplete lines.25. You can use your markers to change the color ofthe lighter Radiant Pearls. Just scribble the colormarker of your choice on a plastic surface like anold CD, add Lemon Chiffon R.P. and voila!—you’vecreated a custom RP color!26. Use the markers to dye white organdy ribbon orgrosgrain to any of the 48colors. Just be sure to have a piece of paperunderneath as you color on top of it. This is agreat way to get a coordinating ribbon for yourprojects.27. Color “Pull” Technique — Smear the marker inkon a CD or other plastic surface and then pick itup with a blender pen. This diffuses the ink. Thistechnique also works beautifully if you simplyoutline the image with the marker and then use theblender pen right on the paper and pull the colorinto the image. Then you can use the pen-tip end of

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