Arteza Everblend Art Markers Review | Card Projects using Funny Farm Set from Stampers Anonymous

Hello crafty friends! I have another art medium to review for you today! Arteza very kindly sent me their 120 set of Everblend Art Markers. These are alcohol based markers, and I love working with alcohol markers; so, I was very excited to try these out!

I created 8 cards using these markers. I also used a new stamp set from Stampers Anonymous called Funny Farm. These barnyard animals are so adorable! The markers have two sides–a fine tip or bullet and a chisel tip. I used the fine tip side to color in these images, and I used the chisel tip side to color in backgrounds behind my animals. I used the chisel tip on these markers more than I use the chisel tip on my Copic alcohol markers. The Everblend chisel tip is significantly larger than the Copic’s chisel tip. It makes coloring backgrounds–putting down a lot of color–very quick and easy.

I also really loved the fine tip. It made getting into the small bits of the images so easy! You can buy the fine tips to put in your Copic markers, and I considered doing this at one time; however, it was just too expensive.

I used these markers on white card stock and kraft card stock. I love the bright, bold look of these markers on white card stock, but the de-saturated look you get on your kraft paper is a lot of fun too!

I am slowly adding to my Copic marker collection–love my Copics. However, Copics are very expensive–I have been collecting them for over 3 years now, and I’m nowhere near having the complete set. The Arteza’s Everblend markers sets have a fabulous price point. They are not refillable: however, you can buy them open stock, and they do have replaceable tips. These markers blended beautifully!

Bottom line–I love these markers!!

I created a swatch chart for these markers. I always like to swatch out any new mediums I’ve added to my collection. Here is the link if you want a copy of this chart: Arteza Everblend Art Markers Swatch Chart in PDF format


Cards 1 & 2: Piggy Cards

I used the exact same markers on both cards. However, if you want a brighter color on your kraft card stock images, you can easily substitute them for bolder colors.

Everblend Art Markers:

Pig: Pale Peach A9426, Peach A9425, Tomato Red A414

Background: Arctic Blue A268, Pale Aqua Blue A267, Hazelnut Brown A2492,

Neenah Solar White Card Stock


Desert Storm Kraft Card Stock


Cards 3 & 4: Horse Cards

Everblend Art Markers:

Horse: Clear Water A1505, White Diamond A1503, Cloudy Gray A151

Background: Sage Green A551, Lilac A884, Periwinkle A8277

Neenah Solar White Card Stock


Desert Storm Kraft Card Stock


Cards 5 & 6: I Ruff You Doggy Cards

Everblend Art Markers:

Dog – Apricot A2497, Ginger – A4103, Sienna Brown – A2494

Background – Tea Green A941, Jasmine Yellow A936, Sunflower Yellow A944

Neenah Solar White Card Stock


Desert Storm Kraft Card Stock


Cards 7 & 8: Cow Cards

Everblend Art Markers:

Cow: Pearl A751, Fossil Gray A754, Blender A0, Peaches and Cream A428, Peach A9425, Watermelon Pink A487

Background: Cactus Green A556, Apple Green A546, Pale Green A5959

Neenah Solar White Card Stock


Desert Storm Kraft Card Stock


Watch my process video below or over on my YouTube Channel in HD! 🙂

Thank you for stopping by!! Have a lovely day!

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Visit the ARTEZA YouTube channel for inspiration:

The links below will take you to specific products that I mentioned in this video:

Arteza Everblend Art Markers 120 set


Arteza Everblend Art Markers 60 set


Replaceable Tips for Fine Tip:

Replaceable Tips for Chisel Tip:

Funny Farm Stampers Anonymous Set:

Mini Misti:
Original Size Misti:
Wagner Heat Tool:
Fiskars Paper Trimmer:
Score Board:
Cutter Bee Scissors:
Sizzix Big Shot Machine:
Inks & Adhesives:
Simon Says Stamp Ink:
Hero Arts Embossing Ink:
Lawn Fawn Liquid Glue:
Scotch Foam Tape:
Kokuyo Dotliner:
Kokuyo Refills:

Neenah Solar White 110 lb Card Stock:
Stonehenge Kraft Card Stock:

Other Supplies:
Embossing Bag:
Mason Jar Plate:
White Embossing Powder:
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About jackiescrafttablehttp://jackiescrafttabledotcom.wordpress.comI'm a lover of all things crafty, especially when it involves paper. Card crafting is my newest love because it involves creating something beautiful or cute or funny and sending it to people I love.

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