How to Label Stampin Blends Markers

How to Label Stampin' Blends Markers by Stampin' Up! Demonstrator Angie Juda

Today I'm sharing how I use a P-Touch to label my Stampin' Blends Markers.

I typically store my Stampin' UP! items in their color families, Subtles, Brights, Regals, Neutrals, and In Color.  But with my alcohol based markers I like to keep them organized in a rainbow like order.  But, I needed to label them so that I know what color I'm choosing.  

In my video below I show you how I use my Brother P-Touch to create the label.  You could also use a Sharpie Marker or make labels on your computer.  My handwriting is truly chicken scratch and that's why I've used a P-Touch since the early 90's 🙂

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Stampin' Blends Markers

We have six NEW colors that are featured in the Holiday Catalog and they'll be available to purchase on September 5, 2018.   Those colors include:  Basic Black, Mango Melody, Real Red, Blackberry Bliss, Cajun Craze, Shaded Spruce.

Make sure you store your Stampin Blends Markers on their sides!!  Here's my wall of storage (99% from Stamp n Storage). Click here to check out the Marker Holder for Stampin Blends (I have the older version from a few years back, when they were called Blendabilities). 

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Comments

  1. Jane Elliott

    Love your wall of storage, just wondering how do you store your scraps?

  2. Jenny

    Thank you Angie! I also have the p-touch. what size font do you use?

    Thanks!
    Jenny W

  3. Cynthia Bogus

    Thank You Angie for the card stock and envelopes along with the rhinestones.
    They will be of good use for my Christmas Cards.

    Where did you purchase your stand for your Stampin’ Up blends?

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