Medicine Cabinet – Coloring with Sandy Allnock

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Happy December, coloring friends! I’m Sandy Allnock, and I’m especially excited to catch up with you this month because just look at that swanky, beautiful logo that MFT created for this series! Eye-popping, isn’t it? I feel all official now, and so grateful for MFT’s partnership in helping all of us learn to color well!

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This month’s release has a few stamp sets centered around a theme — get well. That means it’s time to also consider flu shots, have you gotten yours yet? I just did! I never seem to have a get well card when I need one, and with me being slow at getting to my to-do list, having a few special get well cards on hand will be helpful as my friends and family are taken out by a bug!

Handmade card from Sandy Allnock featuring Feel Better stamp set and Die-namics and Stitched Rounded Rectangle Frames Die-namics #mftstamps

Last month I asked readers to weigh in on which medium to use this month, and Zig Clean Color Markers won out! They have an actual brush for a nib — not the usual foam nibs on other water-based markers. That means they’ve got some special properties, including blending well without water. They also have really strong color! Bonus Freebie: readable labels for your zigs! They make the text too tiny for my old eyes. Check out how I colored the bottles and made a darling little medicine cabinet with the Stitched Rounded Rectangle Frames Die-namics!

I love to include the decorating of an envelope, too. The Zigs work relatively well on envelope paper. And announcing it’s a happy get well card on the outside? That’s medicine for the soul!

Handmade card from Sandy Allnock featuring Feel Better stamp set and Die-namics and Stitched Rounded Rectangle Frames Die-namics #mftstamps

Let me know in the comments if you have a preferred medium for next month’s video… and I’ll see you again in January when we Create in Color together!

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