Happy Friday! We have had so much fun over the last few weeks playing with our friends at Chameleon Pens, the inspiration from both teams has been amazing! Today is the last Friend Friday and we have Amy and Yoonsun sharing projects using the Chameleon Pens which work brilliantly with our stamp sets.


To celebrate this fantastic collaboration, we are giving away THREE $30 gift certificates to our online store. Three winners will be chosen at random from the comments left on any Friend Friday blog posts and will be announced on October 7th, 2016. Don’t forget to visit the Chameleon Pens blog for a chance to win a 5 pen pack of your choice.

If you missed the previous Friend Friday posts, you can still be inspired and enter the giveaway.

Friend Friday Week 1 with Therese
Friend Friday Week 2 with Sveta and Lydia
Friend Friday Week 3 with Marika
Friend Friday Week 4 with Svitlana and Nicole

Okay, let’s see what creations our talented designers have to inspire you all today.

Hi, crafty friends! It’s Yoonsun and I want to share my flower card using the Chameleon 5 Pen Primary Tones set with you today. To start, I stamped the roses and leaves from the Penned Rose set on the bottom half of watercolor paper panel using the Sand Dunes dye ink.

I then coloured them with 5 Pen Primary Tones set from Chameleon. For the sentiment, I stamped it from the Floral Sprig set on the bottom of the panel in Jet Black dye ink. I mounted the panel on an A2 sized white card base using a double-sided tape and then decorated the card front with a natural twine.

Hey! It’s Aimes here sharing a card created with the fabulous Altenew Succulents stamp set and the Chameleon 5 Pen Cool Tones Set. The tones are perfect for coloring the various on-trend succulents in the stamp set and are great for creating both masculine and feminine designs.


I coloured the leaves of the succulent using just one pen and leaving it in the mixing chamber for the same amount time to colour each leaf. I then added a bit more depth to the shadows by using the same pen without blending it at all and a few highlights/shine using  a white gel pen. The plant pot uses a combination of the two blue tones from the pack using the darker blue to add more shadow below the leaves. :)

To finish the card off, I added a strip of cardstock with subtle triangles stamped across it from my beloved Sohcahtoa stamp set and a heat-embossed sentiment from the oh-so-versatile Painted Greetings stamp set. Easy peasy!