Lately, it seems that I have been creating a lot of rainbow-themed cards! I just love the bright colors and they make me happy! One thing I LOVE about Spectrum Noir is that they not only have amazing alcohol and aqua markers, colored pencils, but they also have a wide-range of ink pads. The ink pads are so juicy and so easy to use and the colors are so vibrant. They are my go-to when it comes to stamping color images.
For my project today, I am showcasing the Spectrum Noir TriBlend markers, as well as the SN Harmony Quick Dry Dye inks. The stamp set I used today is by Your Next Stamp.
- Gather supplies to create your card.
- Position your card panel inside your stamping tool and stamp the image in rainbow order. I used SN Harmony Quick Dry Dye inks in Chinese Red, Pink Tulip, Lemon Tonic, Grasshopper, Oasis and Crushed Velvet.
- Adhere the colored image on the background with foam adhesive for added dimension.
- Adhere some sparkling clear jewels for added texture.
- Finish the design by stamping the sentiment with Spectrum Noir Harmony quick Dry Ink in Black.
I hope you like my project today. Please don’t forget to visit Crafter’s Companion and the Spectrum Noir facebook group for more inspiration from the design team. The supplies I use are listed and linked below. Thanks for stopping by!
Hello my crafty friends! The new SUMMER COLLECTION by LDRS Creative is now available at the shop and we are celebrating it with a bang giving you a discount code “SRJ10” for 10% off at the shop (valid until midnight, eastern time of June 26).
I couldn’t even pace myself when I saw this release and I honestly cannot even pick a favorite. For my card today, I am showcasing the Country Kitchen stamp set.
I am not a one-layer card kind of girl but this stamp set is so amazing, it doesn’t even need anything else.
To begin, I stamped the images with Raven Hybrid ink and colored the images in with my Spectrum Noir alcohol markers.
I used my Copic black multi-liner and t-ruler to draw the floorboards, coloring it after with some light gray alcohol markers to create dimension between the kitchen wall and floors. I used my white gel pen and drew some lines to the kitchen cabinets for added texture and details to make it look like glass.
I finished my design by stamping the sentiment using Kiss Me Red Hybrid Ink.
I hope I have given you some inspiration with the Country Kitchen stamp set. I have listed and linked all the stamps, dies and stencils available at the LDRS Creative if you’re interested. Order now and avail the discount. Thanks for stopping by and happy stamping!
It’s “Hug your Cat Day” and I am celebrating by not only hugging my fur-baby cat, Phoebe but also sharing a simple card! Before I give you the details of how I made my project, here’s a photo of my cat. Isn’t she adorable?! I love her so much!
For my card today, I am showcasing the Newton Rides West stamp set, Hills and Grass Stencil and the background scene is a stamp set by The Greetery called Fresh Air.
I stamped the cat image and colored him in with my Spectrum Noir TriBlend markers. I fussy-cut the image using my precision snips.
I cut some white stamping card by Crafter’s Companion measuring 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 and adhered this piece on an A2 size card base. I stamped the window first with Spectrum Noir Finesse Alcohol Proof ink in Rustic Brown. The shutters were stamped using SN quick dry ink in Oasis and SN Rustic Brown ink. The brick pattern was first stamped using SN Quick Dry Ink in Chinese Red and layered with SN Quick Dry Ink in Bordeaux.
I stamped the curtain image with SN Quick Dry Dye Ink in Smoked Plume and die-cut using the coordinating die. Using the light gray ink made the curtain look “white”. I adhered the curtain and the cat with some liquid glue.
To ground my scene, I used the Hills & Grass stencil and SN Quick Dry Ink in Grasshopper.
To finish my design, I stamped the sentiment “Hello there” with SN Quick Dry Ink in Black. This is probably one of the fastest card’s I’ve ever made but I love how this turned out!
In case you’re wondering, Phoebe gets a lot of LOVE from me everyday! I hope I gave you some inspiration to color and do stamping today. The supplies I use are listed and linked below. Happy Hug your Cat day!
I am super excited to share today’s post as we start the month with “SPECTember projects” with Spectrum Noir. For September 3, the prompt is CUTE COMPANIONS.
For my project today, I am showcasing the Joyful Heart Bears stamp set by MFT Stamps, the Get Grounded stamp set by The Ink Blot Shop, with the Spectrum Noir original coloring system markers, SN TriBlend markers, along with the SN Harmony Quick Dry Dye Inks on SN Ultra Smooth Premium White card stock.
To begin, I stamped the cute bear holding a heart balloon on SN ultra smooth premium white card stock and colored him in using my SN original coloring system marker in MB1 and MB2. I colored the balloon with my SN TriBlend marker in Pale Pink blend.
To create my scene, I stamped the clouds and stars using SN Harmony Quick Dry Dye ink in Sand Storm. I colored the clouds with my SN original alcohol marker in IB1 and my blender pen. The stars were colored with my SN Triblend marker in Citrus Blend.
I used the Get Grounded stamp set to stamp the grass with some SN Harmony Quick Dry Dye ink in Grasshopper. I also used some blending brushes to add more color to the grass using the same dye ink.
To finish my design, I stamped the butterfly and colored him in using my SN Triblend marker in Green Turquoise blend. Here’s what it looks like:
I love that Spectrum Noir markers and the Harmony Quick Dry Dye inks just perfectly work so well together. The Harmony quick dry dye inks are alcohol proof so you can use it with the SN TriBlend, SN original coloring system markers or the new SN Illustrators. There isn’t going to be any smudging. Here’s a closer look at my card:
I hope you like my card today and got inspired. The supplies I used are listed and linked below. To find out more information about the Spectrum Noir products, please visit http://www.spectrumnoir.com.
Thank you so much for stopping by my blog today and happy coloring!