Sarah Berry Stampin’ Up! UK Independent Demonstrator | How to colour Bird Banter stamp set with Stampin’ Blends from Stampin’ Up!

Stampin’ Up!’s Spring/Summer Catalogue arrived this time last week and this is a set which you’re loving straightway. Bird Banter is a set of 19 photopolymer stamps, five of those are birds. We have a parrot, a toucan, a couple of budgies and a cockatiel. Along with the birds, there are some fun greetings too, they make me smile!

This stamp set has arrived at the perfect time, it’s another I can add to my collection as a great excuse to get my new Stampin’ Blends out. Stampin’ Blends, were released in November 2017 and are the latest addition to Stampin’ Up’s colouring range. They are alcohol based marker pens, designed to add colour to stamped images on cardstock. If you’re interested in finding out more about the Blends, you can read more here. I have a club which is spread over 4 months where you can collect all 26 blends and spread the cost too.

My latest Youtube video below shows you which colours of blends I chose and how I colour in the toucan and the budgie. I’d appreciate a thumbs up and a subscribe if you like my video.


Thank you for visiting my blog today, which card do you prefer. The budgie stamp is so cute!


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