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Hello everyone!  Kerry Engel here today on the Creative Scrapbooker Magazine blog featuring some great products from Stabilo. Last month I did a Facebook Live on drawing layered circles with these three Stabilo products. CLICK HERE to see that live video. On the blog today I’m sharing a step by step of the technique, only this time we are making rectangles. I was inspired by the July Sketchy challenge too, the rectangle layout determined the arrangement on my card. The beauty of the Stabilo products is that you can coordinate your colors from the fibre-tipped pens to the Woody to the CarbOthello chalk pastel pencil. This card is basically small rectangle layers made with 3 different Stabilo products from the blue/green color family. Step ONE Prep card stock with gesso. Step TWO Draw shapes using the Stabilo Pen 68. These pens are water-soluble so they magically react with water. (Well, it’s…

There really is nothing more relaxing than colouring! Each and every month we offer our followers a FREE card  template designed by the SUPER talented Betty Hung!  This month’s card is a fun underwater theme with a fish perfect for you to colour. Betty designs these projects so that once you are finished colouring them you can turn them into cards to give to someone special! Create one a month for a year supply of cards to keep on hand! Here is July’s card template!CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD your FREE Colouring card. Here is Betty’s take on the card.Betty used Stabilo Woody 3-in-1’sand Stabilo 68 High Quality Fibre-Tip pens to design her project.Wondering what Stabilo Woody 3-in-1 pencils are? Check out this video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=znppRwyy3A4 Visit Betty’s  blog – Color Art – for more colouring inspiration . Happy Colouring everyone! SUBSCRIBE TODAY to our quarterly publication – delivered right to your door

Hello, Nicole here and I am so excited to share my new journal pages using Stabilo.  I was sent a set of  Woody 3 in 1 pencils to create with.  These are new to me so I was very curious how they would handle my love of watercoloring.  They far surpassed my expectations!  They are smooth to put on these old pages, creamy enough to blend and don’t washout when watercoloring.  Check out my quick and easy tutorial for stamping and watercoloring with Stabilo Woody 3 in 1 pencils.I prepared my old book pages with Ranger’s Clear Gesso.  Once dry I stamped the Garden Flower stamps randomly then started adding colour with the Stabilo Woody pencils.  You can easily move the colour around by smearing with your fingers.This is my first time so I wanted to try the pencils in different ways.  I tried blending and they blend beautifully.  Watercoloring…