Stampin’ Blends Colour Chart

I recently purchased a large quantity of Stampin’ Blends (alcohol markers from Stampin’ Up!) and needed a way visualize the colours and keep track of which markers I had. I like seeing the colours in rainbow order, so I created a chart that I can display by my craft desk for quick reference.

If you would like have this colour guide for your craft space, click the Download button below for a free copy of the blank Stampin’ Blends Colour Chart PDF:

For best results, print out on your favourite white card stock. Then all that is left is to add your colour swatch with the thick end of the pen.

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Leah

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10 thoughts on “Stampin’ Blends Colour Chart

  1. Very nice, thank you for sharing. To be honest, I am going to replicate this in Word or Excel. You know that they will continue to come out with new shades and it will be nice to have extra columns under each color to manually add. This also compliments what “Totally Tiffany” suggests in her “Get Organized Challenge”. This is super cool to have a reference sheet that is exclusively Stampin’ Up. THAT I had not thought of! ~ Susan S., Hobby Demonstrator

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    • I am so glad that you find this useful! Go ahead and make your own based off of this – I just wanted to share it because I didn’t see anything out there that I liked for Stampin’ Up! stuff either!

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