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4th Aug
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26th Sep

Fruits of the Season

  • Posted by: on 26th Sep 2016 at 8:00am

The nights are drawing in and autumn is upon us.  The focus is now on shades of orange and yellow and we know that the year is on the turn!  This tutorial looks at coloring some fruits of the season.  Here delicious, shiny apples have been colored and shaded using Spectrum Noir ColourBlend pencils. Print or - Read full post [...]

23rd Sep

Watercolored Background & Image

Everyone loves to create a quick and easy card. And the watercoloring trend is so fun and popular right now! I am sharing with you how I made this card with a watercolored wash background and some watercolored trees.. it’s on trend and quick to make, too! That’s a perfect combination! First I colored a - Read full post [...]

21st Sep

Halloween Green

Halloween is coming! It’s the perfect time of year to experiment with colors of skin that aren’t something you see every day… like purple, blue, orange, or green! I love coloring up with green markers, and this image from Pollycraft/Little Miss Muffet Designs was screaming out for green skin! Start with a layer of LG5. - Read full post [...]

19th Sep

Layered Backgrounds using Spectrum Aqua Markers

  • Posted by: on 19th Sep 2016 at 8:00am

Spectrum Aqua markers are the perfect medium for creating stunning layered background papers for your papercrafting projects. Begin by scribbling various colors of Spectrum Aqua markers on a large acrylic block. Spritz water over the acrylic block. Take a piece of high gloss cardstock, lay shiny side down on top of the acrylic block, carefully - Read full post [...]

16th Sep

ColourBlend Pencils on Kraft Cardstock

  • Posted by: on 16th Sep 2016 at 3:00am

Coloring on kraft cardstock is fun and using the Spectrum Noir ColourBlend pencils produces a subtle, soft effect when applied.   For this project (which I have used Neenah Desert Storm kraft for) we will look at coloring the skin and hair of the image using the Spectrum Noir ColourBlend pencils. A digital stamp from - Read full post [...]

14th Sep
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Creating a Night Sky with AquaTints

Night skies and all things outer space are quite popular in crafting at the moment. Creating a night sky/galaxy can seem a bit daunting, but it really is easy and fun! I have found that Spectrum Noir AquaTint inks are one of the best mediums to use for this technique, along with good watercolor card - Read full post [...]

13th Sep
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AquaBlend pencils on Kraft

Experimenting with different kind of paper is a great way to stretch your supplies. The same image colored the same way can look really different by just switching your plain white cardstock to a colored one. Discovering you could watercolor on regular kraft cardstock without warping or pilling was a happy accident to me but - Read full post [...]

12th Sep

Kraft Challenge for September + Winners for August 2016!

Ready for a brand new challenge? Our chosen theme this month is KRAFT… 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! You don’t have to color on kraft cardstock (although the results are stunning) – you - Read full post [...]

8th Sep
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Stamping & Coloring on Canvas

I recently discovered how easy it is to stamp and color onto canvas, and thought I would share this lovely technique. The canvas I have used is a printable sticky backed canvas that can also be die cut. Having the adhesive on the back means it sticks to your project easily enough but also that - Read full post [...]

6th Sep

Depth and Highlights

Here’s a quick tutorial on how to add a little depth and highlight to your colored image using two other mediums! You can really take your coloring to the next level by adding a bit of colored pencil shading on top of your markers, and then adding a bit of AquaTint ink. Start by completely - Read full post [...]