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Monday, 14 October 2013

Tutorial : Using a Blender Pen

Sometimes we remember an awesome product we once used .... and my blender pen is one of such thing!

I was stamping some cute images from Lawn Fawn the other night and was contemplating on what to use to color them. I wanted it to have a watercolor-ish effect but I don't have any distress markers.

But I do have a blender pen and color pencils :)

So, here's a step-by-step on how I use the blender pen to create an effect similar to what distress markers could.


1. Stamp your chosen images. Here I chose Lawn Fawn's Into the Woods cute little animals.


2. Color your images with color pencils.


It's not necessary to make sure they are very evenly applied. Add in darker shades wherever you need them.


3. Here's where the magic starts.


4. Using the blender pen, 'color' the lighter colored areas first.


5. Clean the tip of the blender pen and then blend the darker colored areas into the lighter ones. If the color is too dark, clean the tip of the pen again by lightly dabbing it on a piece of tissue.


6. Voila! The image is perfectly & evenly colored with shadings and depth :)

Hope you enjoyed this little tutorial. Quick, easy and fun!

Next up, I will be sharing a tutorial using masking gum and watercolor. You will want to keep your eyes out for that!

Eve

4 comments:

~amy~ said...

awesome tut!

Now did I know that you're a lefty? My girl is too:)

Cindy Lee said...

I have the same blender pen too but it has dries up. Need to buy a refill.

Kristin B said...

I've never heard of such a thing! Love it!

Kristin B said...

I've never heard of such a tool. Love it!