The Chameleon Pens and Waffle Flower Blog Hop

WaffleHOP

Hi and welcome to the Chameleon and Waffle Flower blog hop, we are super excited to be teaming up with Waffle Flower and their unique and original stamp designs. Chameleon and Waffle Flower will be offering a prize package so do check out both blogs to be in with a chance to win!  All our design team have been busy creating wonderful designs to inspire you.

Ilina Crouse has created these cute designs.

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Supplies:- Chameleon Pens Deluxe set, Waffle Flower Hibiscus stamp set, Neenah White card stock, Stampin’ Up Whisper White thick card stock, Memento Tuxedo Black ink pad, Stampin’ Up! sequins, MFT Die-namics Blueprints 15.

Instructions:
1. Stamp the images onto Neenah white card stock using Memento Tuxedo Black ink pad.
2. Color the images using the following color pen and times for infusion:
– branch – Use the Green Meadow – YG3 marker and infuse it for about 7 seconds for each leaf. For the stem use the Bark BR5 marker and infuse it for about 3 seconds and then color the branch.
– parrot- Use the following pens to color the parrot: Aqua Marine BG4, Summer Sun YL2, Seville Orange OG4, and Green Meadow YG3. Infuse the pens for about 3-5 seconds with the toning medium and color the parrot.
3. After you have colored your elements fussy cut them using paper snips, or if you have the coordinating dies, you can use them.
4. Using the Blue Print die cut the 2 layers from white card stock. Adhere the parrot and the branch and then stamp the sentiment. Adhere the seqins
5. Adhere the image panel onto the faux stitched layer and then adhere the whole new panel onto Whisper white thick card stock card base ( 4 1/4″x11 folded in half).

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Supplies:- Chameleon Pens Deluxe Set, Neenah White card stock, Stampin’ Up! Whisper White thick card stock, Stampin’ Up! Neutrals dsp stack, Stampin’ Up! sequins. Memento Tuxedo Black ink pad.

Instructions:

1. Stamp images on Neenah white card stock.
2. Color the images using the following pens and infusing times:
-Large hibiscus flower: Use Seville Orange OG4 and infuse the pen for about 10-12 seconds for each leaf. Use the Summer Sun YL2 for the center of the flower infusing it with the toning medium for only 2-3 seconds.
-Small hibiscus flower: Use the Summer Sun YL2 pen for the flower leaves, infusing for 3-5 seconds each time. For the middle use the Seville Orange OG4 without infusing it.
– Leaves: Use the Spring Meadow YG3 pen for the leaves. For the large leaves infuse the pen with toning medium for 10-13 seconds and for the smaller ones for about 7 seconds.
3. Fussy cut the images using paper snips, or you can use the coordinating dies if you have them (I don’t, so I used my paper snips).
4. Cut your card base from Whisper White thick card stock and fold it in half. Using your paper trimmer “Chop” the bottom right corner.
5. Adhere a piece of patterned paper on the back of the chopped corner, so it makes the card “whole” again.
6. Stamp sentiment.
7. Adhere the flowers and leaves using dimensionals.
8. Adhere sequins.

Annette Allen has created this cute design

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Supplies:- Chameleon Color Tone Pens (BR2) Hot Cocoa, (NU3) Fawn, (BL3) Sky Blue, (BG4) Aqua Marine, (PK3) Bubble Gum and (YG3) Spring Meadow, Waffle Flower: Willy & Friends, Bowtiful and Doily Square Die, Heidi Swapp Hello Today paper pad, Tsukineko Memento Tuxedo Black ink pad, Tsukineko Memento Luxe Rose Bud ink pad, Misc foam squares and Neenah white card-stock.

Instructions:

1. Make card from card-stock (A2).
2. On separate piece of card-stock stamp images. Color all images infusing each Chameleon Pen for 5 seconds.
3. Trim images leaving a hint of white. Die cut Waffle Flower Doily Square Die on designer paper.
4. Using foam adhesives add a little dimension to the die cut doily square. Stamp the star image to card base where the final images will be placed.
5. Adhere the doily square to card base.Using foam adhesives, adhere the Waffle Flower colored images to card base in the middle of doily die cut.
6. Finish off the card by stamping the sentiment following the row of hearts image.

by Cathy

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Materials Used: Chameleon Color Tones Pens Deluxe Set, Detail Pen, Bubble Gum (PK3) and Warm Sunset (YO3), Waffle Flower Lotus Stamp Set, Memento Sky Blue and Angel Pink Ink, Versamark ink, Versafine Onyx Black ink, Clear Embossing Powder, Spellbinders Sapphire Die, Quick Kutz Oval Die.

1. Stamp image 3 times onto white cad using Angel Pink ink, infuse brush nib of pen for 10 seconds and color individual petals and centre of the flower. Cut out and layer.

2. On base card stamp dragonflies with Versamark ink, sprinkle with embossing powder and heat set.  Cover whole area with Sky Blue ink using a sponge dauber.

3) Stamp sentiment onto card with Versafine Ink edge with Sky Blue Memento ink die cut into oval shape and add faux stitching with the detail pen.  Adhere all elements to the card.

Isha Gupta has created this fun design.

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Materials used:
Chameleon Color Tones Pens Deluxe Set; Summer Sun (YL2), Seville Orange (OR4), Spring Meadow (YG3), Sky Blue (BL3), Bubble Gum (PK3), Purple Grape (PR4), Fawn (NU3), Olive Green (OL3), Hot Cocoa (BR2), Bark (BR5); Stamp: Waffle Flower Willy & Friends, A Bunch; Ink: Imagine Crafts/ Tsukineko Memento Tuxedo Black; Cardstock: Neenah Solar White; Patterned Paper: Avery Elle Neutrals

Instructions:

1.Die-cut the panel. Create masks of monkey and flower images using post-it pad.
2.Stamp monkey on the left, place mask over it and stamp the monkey on the right. Now place the mask on the 2nd. Monkey and stamp flower image using Memento black onto white cardstock.
3.Color the monkey using BR5 by infusing the brush nib for 12-15 seconds. Now color in the over this using BR2.
Color the belly and face using NU3 by infusing the brush tip for 5-8 seconds. Color in the florals by infusing the colors for about 3-5 seconds. Create the grass area by using YG3 and OL3 by infusing the brush nib for 4-5 seconds.
4. Once the image is colored, use BL3 to create a bit of the sky around the image by stippling motion by infusing the brush nib for 5 seconds. Stamp the sentiment. Assemble card as the photo.

Now for a card with some bite, by Monica Edwards.

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Materials used:- Chameleon Color Tones Pens Deluxe Set, Cool Grey (CG8), Waffle Flower stamp set Tiger and Lily.

Now we have a beautiful card by Ekaterina Oleinik

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Materials used:- Chameleon Color Tones Pens: Olive Green (OL3), Bubble Gum (PK3), Spring Meadow (YG3),Purple Grape (PR4), Summer Sun (YL2),Lotus Stamp Set from Waffle Flower.

And last but by no means least the lovely Kasia Frezja

Materials used:- Chameleon Color Tones Pens; Olive Green, Crimson Red and Detail Pen, Waffle Flower  Leafy Stamps.

Instructions:
Cut a circle in the card, on a rectangle of green cardstock,and paper doily. Assemble together, stamp the flowers color with Chameleon pens and attach to card with crystals on the circle.
Stamp the words using an old ink to give a faint shadow effect and then trace the outline with the detail pen.

Now we mentioned a prize didn’t we? How about we give away a 5 pen pack of your choice, to enter simply leave leave a comment at the end of this post and sign up for our news letter , just fill in the box in the top right corner of this page. The draw will close at 12pm BST on the 9th August 2015.

Now hop on over to our friends at Waffle Flower for more inspiration here http://waffleflower.com/2015/08/chameleon-pens-waffle-flower-blog-hop/

 

 

 

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81 Comments on “The Chameleon Pens and Waffle Flower Blog Hop”

  1. Anonymous

    I am so excited to see all of the wonderful projects. I have not yet mastered the blending but am still trying. My set of pens is small basic one and I have promised myself a shopping spree to enlarge my supply. The tutorials are priceless and the pictures of the cards wake up my creative (such as it is!) to keeping stamping, coloring and be proud of the result.

    1. Cathy Andronicou Post author

      Oh we love a shopping spree, did you know we have extra tutorials and free downloads if you sign up for our newsletter?

  2. Teresa Doyle

    OH. MY. WORD! I guess they have been busy and what a BEAUTIFUL job they have done? What amazing markers, they look like such fun to use! Waffle Flower has the best images for colouring. WOW, what a great team the two of you make! Thanks for the chance to win such a fantastic prize!

    1. Cathy Andronicou Post author

      Teresa we don’t like to blow our own trumpet too often ( mainly because Nick plays out of tune) but our design team did do a beautiful job! Good luck with the draw.

  3. Denise Bryant

    Fabulous cards featuring the delightful Waffle Flower stamp designs and Chameleon Pens! I love the look achieved with these markers and am so anxious to get some and try them out! Love that gorgeous shading, and it looks so easy (and fun!) to do!

    1. Cathy Andronicou Post author

      Kat, with rubber stamps and Chameleon pens you don’t need to be artistic, the pens do all the hard work for you!

  4. Robin Buchholz

    Wow, all of these cards are amazing! I love the way you colored with the pens, thanks for the inspiration.

  5. Eileen McClean

    Just saw these for the first time,meow! Wow! Wow! Takes coloring to anew level! Thanks for the opportunity to win a set!

  6. jayteezehang

    Wow! All creations are stunning! Thanks for sharing with us the instructions! Oh the markers are so fun! Beautiful ! I really wish to own them!!! Thank you for the chance of winning!

  7. Amante del Papel

    Wonderful creations, thanks for sharing the instructions to create this beautiful and awesome cards!

  8. Teresa

    I love the variety of samples; wafflefish has some adorable stamps that were very well showcased using chameleon pens. I have been imaging how I would use a set of chameleon pens, they look amazing fun!

  9. snazzy jj

    Your pens really make the Waffle Flower images pop off the page. Love your sense of humor with the comments too. Looking forward to reading your newsletter.

  10. Kailash

    Wow these projects showcasing the pens are simply stunning. Would love to try them as I love coloring. Thanks for the chance to win!!!

  11. Joyceann

    I love my pens. I’m doing a lot of practicing, just hoping to be half as good at my shading as these wonderful designers. The directions of how long to infuse is a big help to me. Thank you for the inspiration.

  12. Linda Chidster

    B~E~A~U~T~I~F~U~L Cards!!!
    The Colors are AMAZING!!
    I’ve never had the Pleasure of trying the Chameleon Pens!!
    THANKS for the Chance to WIN!!!

  13. Brandi R

    Wow! What beautiful creations!!! Great images with some fantabulous coloring! LOVE how these pens work and the look they bring ♥♥

  14. Brithzi Sandy

    Gorgeous cards! Thanks for including instructions on how to make them. Just came from Waffle Flower’s blog where I watched the Chameleon Pens in action. I must say that this is an interesting product. Would not mind winning a set to try out. I currently use Copic.

    1. Cathy Andronicou Post author

      Good luck in getting the pens, in the mean time time I suggest you get a cream for that itch!

    1. Cathy Andronicou Post author

      We love amazing shades but do you know you don’t need to wear your sunglasses to view our projects.

  15. Mary Holshouser

    the cards are beautiful. When you have good quality material you can do amazing feats.
    The little monkeys are darling – one is so soft and pastel and the other is bright and bold.
    Love the flowers. Everything is wonderful.
    thanks for sharing.

  16. Taunya Butler

    WOW – these pens look amazing and these projects that have been shown here all have a fabulous look to them because of the way these markers color!! Super awesome and I am definitely interested!!!

  17. Jan Barrie

    The more I see these pens the more I like them. If I don’t win I’m sure I’ll purchase down the road. Thanks for the chance to win and the lovely inspiration.
    Jan

  18. Beth K

    I have never seen markers like these before! They look like so much fun!!! I can’t wait to try them! Thank you for offering a chance to win some of these markers!!!

  19. Beth K

    I have never seen markers like these.! They look like so much fun!!! Thank you for offering the chance to win some markers!!!

  20. Kerry U

    Love all the fabby creations. Ilina’s wonky layout is one of my current favorite trends, Annette’s cutie-patootie awesome colored monkeys make me smile, Cathy’s pink layered posy adds some great dimension against the dragonfly background, Isha’s simple yet perfectly colored monkey card is well, um…perfect with the AE Neutrals stripe, Monica’s addition of the Red “stripe” mat around the shark circle is a perfectly painful touch for the “chomp” effect, Ekaterina’s softly colored posies are tucked so sweetly under the sentiment strap, and Kasia perfectly positions those leafy stamp posies around her peek-a-boo sentiment window. Love each and every project!

  21. Jenna

    I love all of these cards. The blending is gorgeous. I don’t think I could ever achieve this kind of blending with my Copics. I need to get me some of these pens. Thanks for all of your inspiration. Good luck to all the blog hoppers.

  22. c

    Fabulous set of cards, and the colouring is sooooo inspiring! Thank you, again, for sharing fusing times! I would more than welcome the opportunity to invite new pens into my collection, as I’m quite loving them!
    ~c

  23. TracyM #6773

    WOW – there is a WORLD OF WONDERFUL in the cards shared today!!!
    The more I see your markers MAKE MAGIC HAPPEN, the more impressed I am!!!
    THANK YOU for sharing such BEAUTIFUL & CUTE INSPIRATION, your RECIPES for AWESOMENESS and the chance to win too 🙂

  24. Lisaerica

    I love these, how neat. I think the chart takes the guessing game out, which actually gives us more time to craft and create. It really helps us newbies like me. Thanks for inspiring and the chance to win.

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