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29th Jan

Coloring Flowers

I would like to show you how you can color flowers with your Spectrum Noir refill inks.  I normally only buy flowers in white and/or cream and then color them to match what I colors I am using in my project. First of all you need rubbing alcohol, the Spectrum Noir refill ink of your - Read full post [...]

13th Dec
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Playing with Watercolor Paper

After taking a walk outside my house looking for inspiration, I could not help but notice the sun shining on my holly tree. I loved the range of color and the light bouncing off. With that inspiration in mind, I decided to have a go with my Spectrum Noir refill inks and watercolor paper. Here - Read full post [...]

15th Sep

Fur Texture Tutorial

Hello, everyone.  Do you have a favorite character you love to color?  I really enjoy coloring people but from time to time, I love to color animals as well.  They tend to be a bit of a challenge, especially because of the fur or other texture. I would like to show you an easy technique - Read full post [...]

11th Sep

Spectrum Noir and Shaving Foam

Here is a fun way to create a background that will match your designs.  All you need are two or three Spectrum Noir refill inks and some of the cheapest shaving foam that you can find. A shallow plastic dish will be needed to  mix the foam and refills in and some card cut to - Read full post [...]

17th Jul
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Spritzed Alcohol Ink

Here is a fun project using your Spectrum Noir Alcohol Pen Ink Refills.  I took some Spectrum Noir Blender Pen Refill and poured it into a spritz bottle, then added a few drops of my favorite ink refills. You only need a drop or two of ink to a few ounces of blender pen refill. - Read full post [...]

12th Jun

Stenciling With Metal and Alcohol Ink

One of my new favorite techniques is dry embossing onto a sheet of metal and then adding alcohol ink.  With Spectrum Noir marker refills you have an endless array of color choices! Here is a look at my finished card for this tutorial: I began by running my Stainless Stencil through my die-cutting machine with - Read full post [...]

7th Jun
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Air Blown Canvas

Hello everyone!  I am bringing you a quick tutorial for making a fun canvas.  Here I have used Spectrum Noir refill inks, a primed canvas, and canned air. Watch this short video to see this fun and easy technique: This is simple but tons of fun. I hope you give it a try! Have you - Read full post [...]

6th May

Mixed Media Backgrounds

I wanted to share a few more ideas using Spectrum Noir  refill inks to create Mixed Media backgrounds. Below is the canvas piece that I created. I began by adding random letter stickers to my canvas.  Then I added acrylic paint. For the next layer I wanted to add circles.   I  filled up the - Read full post [...]

26th Apr
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Grid Background

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I have a tutorial for a fun technique for creating a cool background.  I’ve seen this technique in many different places so I am not sure who to give credit to, but I can tell you that I didn’t invent it.  ! To begin, draw a grid pattern lightly with pencil on a panel of - Read full post [...]

19th Apr
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Watery Background on Glossy Paper

I am bringing you a tutorial on how to make a watery background using glossy paper. On this card, I used glossy paper and refill inks to make a watery background. Take a look at this quick little video taking you through the process of making the background: Here are photos of the step-by-step process: - Read full post [...]