Marker to Stamp Technique … Birthday Wishes

Hello Stampin’ Friends,

Sorry I missed you yesterday … life just got the best of me, and I took the day off from my blogging.  I’m fine, more concerned with loved one’s right now, plus busy at work.

While at our stamping retreat my granddaughter burned herself when her bowl of soup fell into her lap. They took her to Children’s Hospital (after two non-productive visits at West Bend) where they preformed surgery to clean up the wounds. She is doing much better and wants to go back to school to see her friends! Doc say’s NO … not yet, they must heal a bit more.

I also want to send prayers out to my dear friend A.K. who is battling cancer. We miss you in our Monday club / and will at retreat … we love you and are praying for you every day

Today’s card share is a simple card illustrating the “Marker to Stamp” Technique. I also have a video below from our Stampin’ Up! creative crew.


I used the Serene Silhouettes stamp set and colored in Blushing Bride and Wild Wasabi.

I teach my stampers how to hold the marker when coloring a rubber stamp … because it can be rough (due to the design) Lightly color your image with the side of the marker, never the tip. It will save your tip from fraying.


I am happy to share with you a new Stampin’ Up! video and a card that I created using this technique. I will also highlight a few tips for doing this technique.

Also … New items are being added to the Clearance Rack today! CLICK HERE TO VIEW

Now lets watch the video first …


Hope you enjoyed the video and my card today. Please let me know if you have questions.


Thanks for dropping by today ~

Have a great one!



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