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16th Mar

Colouring With Green

In this tutorial I will be colouring with green.  One of my favorite green blends uses colours from the JG and LG colour families. This blend will go great with all your St. Patrick’s Day projects. To create this blend I will be using JG6, JG5 and LG5. Creating the green blend To start the - Read full post [...]

9th Jan

Custom Made Gift Box

Want to create a quick & easy-to-make thank you gift box? Use Spectrum Noir Illustrator markers to make a stunning topper for a gift box perfect for not only a thank you gift, but to use throughout the year. To color the image: Coloring the petals: First, stamp or print the image of your choice - Read full post [...]

12th Oct

Coloring Mummy Wraps and Simple 3D Decoupage Tutorial

In this tutorial I will be showing you how to color the wraps on a Mummy with the EB markers and the Blender Pen. I will also show you a quick and simple way to add 3D decoupage elements to your projects to add just a little dimension.   Spectrum Noir Alcohol Markers used: Owl: - Read full post [...]

25th Mar

Underwater Scene Using Spectrum Noir Markers

This tutorial will show you how to create an underwater scene using Spectrum Noir markers. Above are the markers used in this tutorial. Also used is a a Crystal Clear Spectrum Noir Sparkle pen and a white gel pen. The image is from Mo Manning. First lay down your lightest color, which is BT2. Just - Read full post [...]

4th Feb

Creating Fur Effects With Spectrum Noir Markers

In this tutorial I will show how to use Spectrum Noir markers to create fur texture on stamped images. There are two main ways to do this: by flicking motions or by using the blender pen to ‘move’ the base color to create a textured look.   I will concentrate on the first for this - Read full post [...]

1st Jul

Back to Basics with Spectrum Noir Markers – Part One

For this two-part tutorial we will work through coloring an image from start to finish.  Focusing on coloring the skin, hair, clothes and background/detail, working with Spectrum Noir markers. This image is a digital stamp from Elisabeth Bell, printed onto Neenah Classic Crest card (in the US, you could also use our Spectrum Noir Ultra - Read full post [...]

18th Feb

Make a Suncatcher

In this tutorial I will show you how to make a sun catcher. With the festive season behind us the sunnier days should soon be with us. I wanted to show you something a little different to create using your markers… this is such a fun technique and can be used in so many different ways, - Read full post [...]

5th Jan

Color with Purples and Pinks

Hello to everyone. This tutorial looks at coloring with your purple and pink Spectrum Noir markers. I have used the sweet image Octavia Thinking from Polka Doodles and we will work through the coloring and blending of the clothes and hair of the image, step by step. Print the digital stamp onto quality white cardstock - Read full post [...]

12th Nov

Nordic Mitten

I’m a huge fan of getting the most out of my crafting supplies. Using Spectrum Noir Markers with the Craftwell eBrush helps me do just that! This tutorial will show you how easy it is to transform a piece of plain white cardstock into beautiful designer paper. Supplies used for this project: Spectrum Noir Markers - Read full post [...]

21st Aug

Faux Watercolor with Spectrum Noir Markers

Hi everyone!  I have a technique to share with you called Faux Watercolor with Spectrum Noir markers. It’s super fun and the results are amazing! Just like real watercoloring, you will get unique results every time. With a little practice, this coloring technique is really easy. Make sure you read through this whole tutorial, as I’ve - Read full post [...]