Stampin' Up Write Markers

Tool Tuesday: Stampin' Up Write Markers

For today's Tool Tuesday I thought I would focus on the Stampin' Write Markers. To me these are a main stay tool that you can use over and over, and really are pretty essential. They are one of the most versatile products in the catalogue. You can use them for journaling on your scrapbook pages, writing in your cards, coloring stamped images, as well as coloring directly onto stamps and then stamping. 

Stampin’ Write Markers can be purchased individually, as Color Collections, or as a full set. It’s nice to have the option to purchase them individually in order to get a favorite color, but you’ll save money and have more options by purchasing a Color Collection or the Many Marvelous Markers.

Here is the Many Marvelous Markers Kit:


Here as a Color Collection:

Here they are individually:


1. For new stampers, Stampin’ Write Markers are a great way to get a lot of colors without having to purchase all the ink pads right away.
2. They can be used for many different techniques (see a couple at the bottom)
3. They come in the same colors as the Stampin' Up Ink Pads
4. Can  be used to color in images
5. Can be used in single colors or create a multi-colored image with several markers
6. Can be used for water coloring just draw a line with  the marker on a stamp box lid to create an ink "palette" and use watercolor tools like the Blender Pen or the Aqua painters to pick up the color.
7. Can be used to fix boo-boos. If your word or image doesn't stamp completely, just use the Stampin' Write Marker fine tip to fill in the mistake (...ask me how I know this! )  :)
8. High quality, I tried to research and find out how long they last and I guess it depends on  wear and usage, I have been using mine  (and with classes) for about 5 years and haven't had to replace any yet!


1..The Stampin’ Write Markers are water-based dye ink, acid-free and odorless. 
2. Each marker is dual tipped. 
3. The .5 mm tip is perfect for coloring detailed images and journaling, fine lines.  While the other tip is a  flexible brush, great for coloring and a variety of techniques.
4.   Colored caps with finger grips make it easy to identify the color you want and to remove the caps.
5. The Best value is the Many Marvelous Markers set (#119806). This set includes the 38  markers from the Subtles, Regals, Brights, and Neutrals Collections in a sturdy plastic case with a handle, and has individual compartments for each marker. The handy case keeps markers colored on their sides and easy to access. Plus, there is room in the case to add two In Color collection sets, so all of your markers can be stored together for easy

If you haven't ever used a Stampin' Up Marker you can always check on the clearance rack for colors that have been discontinued, as a way to try them out!

Here are 2 Techniques you can try out: 

Technique A: Using Multiple colors
1. Use a marker to apply ink only to the desired parts of the image.
2. add other colors of markers as desired
3. Breathe on the inked image to "re moisten" the ink with your breath before you stamp your image.

Technique B: Omitting 
1.  To omit a certain part of a stamp image, use a marker to apply the ink only to the desired  part
2. Breathe on the inked image to "re moisten" the ink with your breath before stamping onto paper.

Click here to order and remember to check out the clearance rack!! Also remember if there is something you have had your eye on and it's on the retired list, don't wait so many things have sold out!!

Here are this Weeks Specials:

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Have a great day and thanks for stopping by my blog today, hope this was helpful! :)

Janet Holmes

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