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20th May

Creating Landscape Backgrounds with Refill Inks

Spectrum Noir Alcohol refill inks can be used in many creative ways, like this quick and easy landscape background panel on glossy cardstock. Just a few drops of ink will go a long way, so you can make multiple panels at the same time! Change up the ink colors for any season or landscape settings. 1. - Read full post [...]

7th Mar

Coloring Grass with Spectrum Noir Blendable Pencils

  Coloring grass in an image is a quick and easy process with Spectrum Noir blendable pencils. This tutorial will teach you both a technique and a color combination for coloring grass. Step 1: Using pencil number 043, draw random vertical lines across the grass portion. Make some of the lines curve to the left, - 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 [...]

8th Jul

New Challenge for July + Winners for June 2015

Our challenge for July is all about SUMMER… you can color up a summer-themed image, use a summer color scheme, patterned paper, or embellishments! Anything that makes you think of summertime! 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 - Read full post [...]

13th Mar

Spectrum Aqua Markers & Dove Blender Pen

There are so many great ways to use the new Spectrum Aqua waterolor markers. Here’s a fun and very easy way to color soft shades – on watercolor paper – without using water. Coloring Tips: Start coloring where you want the darkest shades. As you color, the ink that is on the tip of the - Read full post [...]

26th Feb

Quick & Easy Coloring with Markers

Quick and easy cards are fun to make, and easily achieved with Spectrum Noir alcohol markers! This tutorial will show how to color an image with markers in just a few steps. Stamp your image on white cardstock (here, Spectrum Noir Ultra Smooth, available in the US) with a fade-resistant dye ink (I’ve used Tsukineko - Read full post [...]

22nd Jan

Coloring with Spectrum Aqua

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Hello to all. I am going to share a fun and easy tutorial on how to color with the new Spectrum Aqua water-based markers. There are various ways to apply watercolor to an image. For this sweet Bebunni ‘Birthday Gerbera’ image I have mostly used the ‘Wet-in-Wet Technique’.  Water is applied to the image and - Read full post [...]

3rd Dec

Farewell to Paper Crafts Magazine

We’re joining in with more than a few other crafty companies and talented crafters today to bid a fond farewell to Paper Crafts & Scrapbooking Magazine. Like you, we got so much inspiration from the features, columns, and projects there and will be sad to see it no longer on shelves and in mailboxes. Laine - Read full post [...]

22nd Sep

Coloring Bebunni Poinsettia

I have been asked a couple of times if I could show how I coloured the Poinsettia on this Bebunni Poinsettia card, so I am going to show you what colors and technique I use for this stamp. Colors used: Poinsettia: DR7,DR6, DR4 & CR7 (If you have the pencils then you can add 024 - Read full post [...]

26th Aug

Fur Tutorial Using Spectrum Noir Pencils

I’m going to show you how to create two different textures using the Spectrum Noir Blendable Pencils. Technique No 1: Fur Start by coloring Bebunni’s face with 114, hold the pencil around half way down and use small circular motion to give a smooth all over color. Darken the shadows around the edges with 115, and - Read full post [...]