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22nd Jul
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No Lines Coloring with Spectrum Noir ColourBlend Pencils

I love the trend of no lines coloring at the moment! I usually see it done with markers, so I thought I would show you how I do it with the brand new Spectrum Noir ColourBlend pencils. What is no line coloring? Essentially it’s just regular coloring in, but instead of an image having black defined lines - Read full post [...]

20th Jul
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Create a Background with Shaving Cream & AquaTint Inks

Did you know you could make a card using Spectrum Noir Aquatints and some shaving foam? This tutorial will show you how I use the technique to create a quick and easy card. First up, I sprayed some shaving foam onto my craft sheet and smoothed it out to make the surface even. Next I - Read full post [...]

18th Jul

Building a Stamped Image Using Masks

  • Posted by: on 18th Jul 2016 at 10:34am

In this tutorial we will look at building an image using masking to add detail to your design. For this project clear stamps have been used, this helps to see where you are placing an image. The masks are stamped onto scrap or copy paper. Post-it notes are useful for mask work as they have - Read full post [...]

15th Jul
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Color Clothing Folds with Spectrum Noir Markers

  • Posted by: on 15th Jul 2016 at 8:00am

Red is a very popular clothing color and it is very easy to create dimensional looking clothing folds when coloring with Spectrum Noir markers. This video tutorial will take you step by step through creating beautiful clothing folds using the red colors DR7, DR6, DR3, CR7 and CR5. Project details: Colored with Spectrum Noir markers: - Read full post [...]

13th Jul
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Coloring Bricks With AquaBlend Pencils

This tutorial will show you how to color bricks with the Spectrum Noir AquaBlend Pencils (Clay, Charcoal Brown and Black Umber). For the first step we’ll be using the Clay pencil. First you’ll add just a little color to the left side of one brick. Using a small paintbrush dipped in water spread the color - Read full post [...]

11th Jul
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New Challenge for July & Winners for June 2016

Ready for a brand new challenge? Our chosen theme this month is SUMMER… that’s right, you can create anything you want using your favorite Spectrum Noir products and play along with us for a chance to win $30/£0 in goodies! Please remember to use only Spectrum Noir products for coloring; you may enter as many - Read full post [...]

29th Jun
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Using AquaBlend Pencils with Stencils

If you like the hand drawn look but don’t feel confident enough to draw on your projects this is a great way to make it look like you have hand drawn your images. Use your stencils, die-cuts or an electronic die-cut machine to make your own stencils to use as guides. I have put together - Read full post [...]

27th Jun
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Spectrum Noir Aquatints – Flowers and Background

This video tutorial will show you how you can color your die-cut flowers to match your background perfectly! Make them into a stunning but quick card using your Spectrum Noir AquaTints. For this tutorial I have used the Pretty Pastels but think how stunning they would look done with any of the other sets too! - Read full post [...]

24th Jun
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Quick Coloring with Spectrum Noir Aquablend Pencils

Here’s a really quick way to create a hand painted card that will make your friends think you spent ages creating a piece of art that just took a few minutes. You will need: AquaBlend Pencils, watercolor card, a paint pallet, a craft knife, a mop brush and a round brush, heat tool, stamp of your choice - Read full post [...]

20th Jun
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Coloring Black & White Objects

Lots of people struggle with how to color black and white images with depth and shading. For this tutorial I will be sharing with you how I use my IG markers to accomplish this. The video shows how the penguin was colored but the concept applies to any object that has the same color scheme. - Read full post [...]