M is for Many Marvelous Markers

Welcome to my ABC’s of Stampin’ Series.  Today I am going to share with you the Many Marvelous Markers from Stampin’ Up! and some tips and techniques for using them. Here is a short video from Stampin’ Up! showing some fun and easy techniques with markers.

Who knew Breathing, Tapping, and Spritzing were marker techniques!

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I used Old Olive and Early Espresso markers to color the tree from Thoughts & Prayers Stamp set.  I gave it a good huff of breath and stamped it on Very Vanilla cardstock.  I cut out the sentiment using the Layering Ovals Framelits (on sale this week for 25% off). I embossed the background with the Petal Burst embossing folder.  I like the way it compliments the leaves from the tree.  I added some burlap ribbon and tied the end with linen thread.  I used the same “breathing technique” to make the matching envelope.

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Stamp set: Thoughts & Prayers  Inks: Old Olive and Early Espresso markers  Papers: Very Vanilla, Old Olive, Early Espresso  Tools & Accessories: Petal Burst Embossing Folder, Burlap Ribbon, Linen Thread, Layering Ovals Framelits

Click HERE to see the Many Marvelous Markers from Stampin’ Up!  You can purchase sets of markers for each color collection or a set of 38 markers (which includes all color collections except the In Colors).  Another option that is featured in the Holiday catalog is sets of 2 markers to color coordinate with the Candy Cane Lane, Warmth & Cheer, and Halloween Night Suites. Leave your mark… Get some markers and see what possibilities you have!

Here’s my Back to School Special for today… With the purchase of the set of Many Marvelous Markers (Item # 131264) I will send you a set of In Color Markers of your choice (either 2015-2017 or 2016-2018 ). Click on the photo below to go directly to my online shop to purchase. Remember to use the Hostess Code 7CNZAUYM  when you check out. (I’ve included a visual below to show you where to enter the hostess code.)

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Hope you have a Marvelous Day!

Just Stampin’

Jeanie

 

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5 thoughts on “M is for Many Marvelous Markers

    1. Hi Nancy! I teach PreK and I think my brain is wired to think in terms of integrating everything with letters of the alphabet. LOL When I first came up with this thought I sat down and just started writing some possibly ideas and filled the alphabet with multiple ideas (with the exception of a couple “outside the box” ideas). Now, as far as the samples to go with the letters each day, that did take more of an effort. 🙂 It has been so much fun!!!! Thanks so much for stopping by I really enjoy hearing from you and appreciate the feedback!

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