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There is a NEW way to color blend in town!!!!  Chameleon pens just took shading and coloring to a WHOLE NEW level with their Chameleon Color Tops.  THESE ARE SO COOL!!!! Easy to use and ADDICTIVE! What the Chameleon Website Has To Say About Color Tops A NEW Way To Color Blend: Chameleon Color Tops are a new edition to the Chameleon Pens award winning patented system. The new Color Tops let users easily create smooth, seamless color-to-color blends. Traditional methods of blending colors with marker pens require multiple pen colors and a lot of skill, and can be quite time-consuming and laborious. With Chameleon’s new system, the process is quick and easy. Anybody can do it because the pen literally does the blending for you! How It Works: Simply pop a Chameleon Color Top on top of a Chameleon Pen. Rather than blending two colors on the page, blend colors…

Today on our blog, we welcome our regular contributor colouring artist Betty Hung. Betty has designed this FREE April colouring card just for you! – CLICK HERE to download your card. Here is Betty’s version of the card. She has coloured and created the card using Chameleon Pens. Visit Betty’s  blog – Color Art – for more colouring inspiration – SUBSCRIBE TODAY to our quarterly publication – delivered right to your door

Hello everyone! It’s Kelly Klapstein here today sharing a cute “Good Luck” card with you. I designed this card using only a few supplies: Chameleon Pens, Creative Scrapbooker Super Stock, Tombow Adhesive, Westcott Trimmer, and a pencil. You might know that I’m slightly obsessed with brush lettering and calligraphy, so I wanted to show you a way you can ‘fake’ out lettering in an easy way. Start by writing a word with a pencil. Then add a second line to the downstrokes of the letters. When you finish sketching the rest of the card, you trace over it with a permanent pen.  I love the black detail pen that comes in with the Chameleon Pen set.  It has 2 nibs of different sizes on either end. I used the larger .6mm nib for my card. For the lettering, you can either fill in the strokes with the black pen or leave…

I was wondering around the Internet yesturday and found this very cool technique on the Chameleon Pens blog. Leah Cornelius designed this card – creating a Bokeh effect using Chameleon pens. You have to jump on over the Chameleon pens blog for a complete step by step tutorial on how she created this! CLICK HERE Have a wonderful Sunday everyone! SUBSCRIBE TODAY to our quarterly publication – delivered right to your door!