On the Creative Scrapbooker magazine blog last week I shared a scrapbook layout using the Chameleon Pens and Coloring Cards as part of my design, which is based on the Creative Scrapbooker April Sketch.
If you’re not familiar with Chameleon Pens, they are alcohol markers that have a special system with a toner chamber built into each pen where you can lighten the colour to achieve multiple tones with a single pen. Click HERE to learn more at the Chameleon Pen website.
Behind my photo are 2 Chameleon Coloring Cards that I cut in half and then adhered to a piece of White Core’dinations Cardstock.
These Coloring Cards are from the Zen pack, and there are 3 other sets of Coloring Cards: Flowers, Nature and Tattoos.
The Chameleon Pen set comes with a Colorless Blender pen and a Detail black pen that has 2 ends with 2 sizes of nibs. I used this black Detail pen to hand letter my title and write my journaling.
You can watch a video where I demonstrate this hand lettering technique:
Here is a Flower Coloring Card that I made into a “Thank You” card:
There are more photos with close ups of how I coloured these Chameleon Coloring cards on the Creative Scrapbooker blog. Click HERE to visit their blog and see more! You can also click HERE to visit the Sketchy Gallery and be inspired!
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