There's a new permanent marker in town worthy of being a rival for Copics and guess what, they're more affordable and just as awesome and they're now available at Blockheads Paper Arts just in case you missed seeing Stacey's previous posts!
I've been having a blast experimenting with them and today I'm sharing a Halloween themed card I made using the new Marvy Le Plume Permanents markers and soon I will be sharing a step-by-step Blending tutorial demonstrating how I went about colouring the image featured on my card as well as a product review here on the Blockheads Blog! So keep an eye out for those!
Blockheads Paper Arts rubber stamps:
Flourishes (partial of the Bird Cage stamp) from Victorian Eccentricities
Marvy Le Plume Permanent markers: BV733, 736, 738, 739 and OP920 White
Prismacolor pencils: Cream, Blush Pink, Parma Violet, Red Violet and Black
Three shades of purple cardstock
Recollections Paper Border Toxic Labels
Decorative silk ribbon
Spellbinders Dies: Fleur De Lis and Deckle Rectangle dies
Tim Holtz Alterations Raven and Scardy Cat die
Fleur De Lis Corner Punch (brand unknown)
Pop on over to my blog, Leigh S-B Designs, for the full tutorial!