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11th Nov

Spectrum Noir Sparkle: Landscaping Tutorial

This step-by-step tutorial takes water color background to the next level using the brand new Spectrum Noir Sparkle pens. The Spectrum Noir Sparkle pens are water-based and blend effortlessly with the Spectrum Aqua pens, bringing another dimension to water color background building. The intense sparkle of the pens is so hard to capture on video, - Read full post [...]

9th Nov
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AquaTint background

This tutorial will focus on making backgrounds with AquaTint inks. The AquaTints are perfect for making smooth blended backgrounds, but you can also make more artsy looking backgrounds. This inky-looking background was achieved in a really easy way. Tape down the watercolor paper to a clipboard to prevent warping and to be able to tilt the - Read full post [...]

6th Nov
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New Challenge for November + Winners for October 2015

Our challenge for November is to create a card or projects that have a Christmas or Winter theme. You can interpret this challenge any way you like. There is no right or wrong, and you may use any images, themes, or Spectrum Noir products you choose! Keep reading for details on how to enter. We - Read full post [...]

4th Nov

Creating Festive Sparkle with Spectrum Noir Sparkle Pens

Adding some sparkle and shimmer to your creations just got easier with the addition of the Spectrum Noir Sparkle pens to the Spectrum Noir family. For this card I have used two stamps from the Sheena Douglass ‘A Little Bit Festive’ collection. The image, background, and detail are created using the Spectrum Noir Sparkle pens - Read full post [...]

2nd Nov
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Creating A Cobblestone Walkway

Today I have a tutorial for you on how to draw and color a cobblestone walkway on your images, using Spectrum Noir markers. This is a great technique to add to your projects, especially Christmas or winter images like this one from Bugaboo Stamps. For this tutorial I will be using Spectrum Noir Markers GB8, - Read full post [...]

28th Oct

Coloring a Butterfly with Spectrum Noir Sparkle

This tutorial featuring our new Spectrum Noir Sparkle pens will focus on how to color an image using three different colors to achieve shading. Haven’t heard about the new Sparkle pens yet? Read more here. Step 1. Stamp image onto watercolour card with Memento Tuxedo Black inkpad. Step 2. Using Blue Topaz add color to - Read full post [...]

23rd Oct

Four Ways to Use Spectrum Noir Sparkle Pens

We’re so excited about our new Spectrum Noir Sparkle pens! Add a touch of creative Sparkle with these fabulous glitter pens. Available in a range of on-trend, seasonal colors containing fine glitter micro-pigment, and featuring a flexible nylon brush for accurate, mess-free application, these pens are perfect for coloring, writing, embellishing, accenting and more! There - Read full post [...]

22nd Oct

Night Sky Background with Spectrum Aqua

Do you ever struggle with finding the perfect background for your stamped images!? Well not anymore.  I will be showing you a super fun and easy way to create the perfect background to make any of your stamped images really stand out. Step One: Starting with your darkest color and working to lightest, just roughly scribble - Read full post [...]

21st Oct

Adding Depth & Definition to the Face with Spectrum Noir Markers

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I would like to share a very simple tutorial on how to add depth and definition to the face using your Spectrum Noir markers. This is a digital stamp, printed onto suitable alcohol marker paper, of your choice.  I use the draft print option on my printer and leave the image to dry overnight before - Read full post [...]

19th Oct

Sponged Backgrounds with Alcohol Markers

This tutorial will focus on how to create sponged backgrounds using Spectrum Noir alcohol markers. I love to make my own backgrounds for my stamped images and was wondering if there was another way to use my alcohol pens to do this, without touching the pen nib to my paper. To make my backgrounds I - Read full post [...]