Monday, July 13, 2015

Stampendous and Chameleon Color Your Week!

The Stampendous Design Team is so excited to be sharing the new designs from the July 2015 Stampendous Catalog with you this week! Over the next several weeks, our weekly themes will spotlight different parts of the catalog. This week we are starting off with a theme of  "Christmas in July". There are so many beautiful designs to choose from, it was hard to choose just five for this week!

Our designs were colored with the fabulous Chameleon markers, so we are having a Blog Hop this week too! You won't want to miss a day of the fun, and of course, there are PRIZES!

Chameleon™ Art Products is a company determined to change the way you think about marker pens. They pride themselves on having developed real innovation that enhances your ability to maximize your creativity. Their markers bring color control and simplicity to your art, and you can create stunning 3D effects, smooth transitions, highlights, and shading gradations all with one pen.

When you combine this simple coloring versatility with Stampendous® and House-Mouse Designs® images, you can create fantastic projects quickly. Stampendous stamps are beautifully enhanced by the simple blending made possible with this range of innovative markers. The colorless blending tool acts as a “foolproof” finish for your project. You won’t believe the stunning range of colors that can be achieved with these markers, and the array of original projects you can create with the combination of Stampendous and Chameleon.

Today I am sharing this quick and easy card featuring the adorable Peace on Earth stamp from the House-Mouse Designs line at Stampendous. Chameleon was kind enough to provide each design team member with the full set of their fabulous markers, so it made coloring this darling design a snap!



HMR35 Peace on Earth
MPW811 Mixed Media White Paper
MEM01 Memento™ Tuxedo Black Ink by Tsukineko®
Sea Water Cardstock by Bazzill Basics Paper®
An Eerie Tale Abracadabra Patterned Paper by Graphic 45®
Chameleon™ Markers (NU3, OR4, BR2, YG3, CG8, CB, GR3, OL3, YL2, RD4, NU1, BG4, BL3, BR5, YO3, BV4)
Double-Sided Tape
ZipDry™ Paper Glue by Beacon Adhesives™


  1. Fold a 6 1/4" x 10" piece of blue cardstock in half to form a top-fold card.
  2. Stamp the Peace On Earth on a  4 1/4" x 5 1/2" piece of white Mixed Media cardstock and color with Chameleon pens, trim to 3 7/8" x 5 1/8", mat on a blue mat 4 1/8" x 5 3/8".
  3. Cut a piece of decorative cardstock 4 1/2" x 5 3/4", tape to the front of the card.
  4. Tape the image to the front of the card.

Monday team members sharing more fun designs:

Louise Healy

Happy Creating,


Stampendous said...

So darling, just love the coloring of those cute mice. Thank you for sharing today!

Peg Klitch said...

Love that you left a little white for the tummies of the mice!

jcobb said...

Good morning from eastern North Carolina, USA! Your card is just adorable! I love the little mousies on this stamp. I love the coloring with their little belly button areas left cute!

TracyM #6773 said...

ADORABLE card Louise!!!
SUPER CUTE stamping and BEAUTIFUL colouring ... definitely doesn't look like it was quick & easy => I will have to check out these markers and learn MORE about their MAGIC!!!
TracyM #6773 from Victoria, Australia :)

Liz O. said...

Great coloring of those super cute mice! Thanks for sharing!
Greeings from sunny KS, USA

Bunny said...

I love these mice. They are so cute. It's really cute that they're standing on a globe.
Good morning from hot and hotter FL, USA.

manateegirl said...

I like the pale tummies, too. I wish you'd include more on how to use the pens to get the shading.

Mary Holshouser said...

those mice get into so much fun. Love their "cheer".
the coloring is great.
thanks for sharing a darling card.

barbara macaskill said...

This is such a sweet card! LOVE how you have colored them and the image is lovely~ TFS!

barbara macaskill said...

Forgot to add that I am from VT!

Pammejo said...

Adorabilicious!!!! Love those little mice and your coloring is so beautiful.

Jean Bullock said...
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Jean Bullock said...

Darling stamp and wonderful coloring. The layers you used to mat the image look great! USA

Cathy A said...

please don't enter me in the draw as chameleon person, but I had to comment as this is just adorable, I would love to receive a christmas card like this!

Pam Hornschu said...

Those mice are so stinking cute! Great coloring, Louise!

graham Brand said...

Beautiful card with fabulous colouring and cute mice too.
From Ontario, Canada.

D.Ann C said...

For some reason this made me giggle thinking, "I love those meeces to pieces!" : ) Fab coloring! - FL

Jen said...

It's a crafty summer and months until wanting that cold snow of upstate NY (USA) again, but love this blog hop & cute mice sending along seasonal greetings!

Michele Hudson said...

Love these new markers and the mice are too cute!

Michele Hudson said...

Love these new markers and the mice are too cute!

Michele Hudson said...

Love these markers and the design is too cute!I am from Texas in the USA.

Sharbogast said...

Just adorable. Love house mouse! Thank you for sharing. Ohio, USA

craftymom205 said...

Cute card. From Alabama

Sue D said...

Fabulous coloring of this cute image.
Sue in Ohio

Unknown said...

Can't wait to try the Chameleon markers. they look great!
USA -southern patt.

Sarah Stainback

Teresa Godines #6857 said...

These guys are adorable. I love how you colored each one different. TFS

christi said...

omg, just too cuter. usa

Carol said...

Absolutely gorgeous, the coloring detail is amazing!

Carol B

christi said...


Debbie Craine said...

Love the house mouse stamps they are so cute for Christmas.
Debbie from MO

Sandy (Cheesy) said...

This is one house mouse design I have not seen before and it is just as cute as ever. Beautiful coloring. I can't wait for Christmas in the USA.

Carolina Kathy said...

Love the cute house mouse stamp and your card! You did an amazing job coloring! Thx for sharing.

Dee Ann Matthews said...

The activist mice are so sincere- beautiful use of them.