Crafter’s Companion is coming back to the Home Shopping Network on Wednesday, May 2, with lots of fabulous new crafting goodies! Among them are the new Spectrum Noir AquaTint watercolor paint pens. They are gorgeous colors in a new styled pen that includes a bristle brush, perfect for brushing and blending the watercolor ink.
Also coming are some beautiful new stamp sets, including this Wild at Heart stamp set, which was stamped here as a second-generation stamp (first stamped on a separate sheet and then stamped on the actual watercolor cardstock for a lighter impression), and then watercolored with the AquaTint pens. For portions of the image, I first scribbled the watercolor ink on an acrylic block and used a Crafter’s Companion waterbrush to pick up the color and apply it to the image. For the darker portions of the flowers and leaves, I colored directly on the image with the AquaTint pens. The floral border die is an oldie but goodie Die’sire Edge’ables Floral Dance die.
Tune in to HSN Wednesday, May 2nd for all the new products and demos from Crafter’s Companion!
How fun and versatile are the new Spectrum Noir Colorista watercolor paper pads and pencils?!? They make it so easy to upcycle things like this cute bank that I found at the local dollar store.
The background paper is from the new Spectrum Noir Colorista Aqua range, which I’ve colored using the Colorista Aqua watercolor pencils and the fabulous water brushes from Crafter’s Companion. The paper has gorgeous resist embossing areas, as well as foil accents that really make a statement. Here I’ve trimmed a section of the paper down and used it as the backer inside the bank. Who wouldn’t enjoy saving their pennies in a beautiful bank like this? 🙂
Today’s the day for some awesome new crafting goodies from Crafter’s Companion! Tune into HSN, as Sara Davies will be bringing a whole slew of new coloring and crafting goodies throughout the day. Among them will be two new tins of Spectrum Noir AquaBlend watercolor pencils, which I’ve used to create this hand-drawn and colored rose.
I love these pencils, they are so much fun to work with and produce fabulous results! Tune in to see Sara in action, you won’t want to miss all the excitement!
Only a few more days until Crafter’s Companion is back on HSN with the new Colorista watercolor products! The preprinted toppers make beautiful quick and easy cards, notes, or embellishments for your scrapbook pages.
Here, I’ve used one of the toppers with the preprinted resist embossing, which magically shows the preprinted design when colored over with the Aqua pencils and markers. Tune in Wednesday August 16th to see Sara Davies demo these new papers and pencils, you won’t want to miss it!
Crafter’s Companion is coming back to HSN on Wednesday, August 16th, with some fabulously new coloring goodies in the Colorista line, and it’s all about the watercolors baby! With preprinted foil accents and embossed resist accents, the Colorista watercolor paper pads and toppers, along with the Colorista watercolor pencils, are going to be your next must-have in your coloring arsenal!
For this card, I used one of the Colorista topper pads and colored it with the new Colorista Aqua watercolor pencils. For blending with water, I used the new Crafter’s Companion water brushes, which I absolutely LOVE!! Tune in to HSN on August 16th for a day chock full of crafty goodness from Crafter’s Companion USA!
I just love this Chastity Steampunk image from Scrapper’s Delights, and the sentiment from the Crafter’s Companion Vintage Floral Collection Sentimentals Sentiments Rubber Stamp Set was the perfect fit for the theme of the image.
I colored the image with my Spectrum Noir markers. The ribbon threading die on the left side is the Die’sire Classiques Ribbon Threading die. The sentiment stamp was stamped with Versamark ink and then embossed with gold embossing powder.
Colored with Spectrum Noir markers on Spectrum Noir Ultrasmooth Premium White Cardstock
Teal – BT7, BT5, BT6, BT4, BT2
Purple – PL5, PL4, PL3, PL2, PL1
Hair/Black – IG10, IG6, IG3
Skin – FS9, FS3, FS5, FS2
Goggle Lenses -PL2, PL1, IG3, IG2, IG1 Blender
Golds – GB9, GB7, GB5, GB2
Wings – BT3, BT2, BT1, PL3, PL1 Blender
Popping in to share a beautiful card I made using the 5×7 Colorista Exquisite Florals Glitter Marker Pad. I colored this using Spectrum Noir Colorista Markers. I love how the markers blend on the glitter! There is also a tutorial on the Spectrum Noir website for how to color leaves using no-blend shading as shown here in this card. The tutorial can be found HERE.
The sentiment stamp is from the Crafter’s Companion Sentimentals Vintage Floral Phrases stamp set. The small floral and dot stamps are from Stamps By Judith and Heather.
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Just popping by to share a quick card I made using one of the Spectrum Noir Colorista Background stamps, Background 3. I colored it with the Spectrum Noir Colorista colored pencils. This would also be suitable for framing, creating a journal cover, or many other crafty possibilities.
Check out the Crafter’s Companion website for more coloring goodies in the Spectrum Noir Colorista product line!
Sorry I’m late posting the new Spectrum Noir challenge! Life has been very busy lately, preparing for the holiday coming up and enjoying the birth of our grandson 🙂
Spectrum Noir’s April Challenge is in full swing, and the theme this month is Photo Inspiration. You can also enter an Anything Goes category. See challenge rule for details.
I’ve used the flowers from the challenge photo for inspiration to create this cute little gift box featuring stamps from the Sheena Douglass Perfect Partners Victorian Floral Lily stamp set. The box was created using Crafter’s Companion cardstock and the Crafter’s Companion Ultimate Tool. The lily stamps were colored with Spectrum Noir markers.
Please join us for the April Spectrum Noir Challenge, we would love to see your entries!
Challenge Web Link —>> CLICK HERE
Challenge Facebook Link —>> CLICK HERE
Ahh, the smell of Spring is in the air, finally! My flowers have been trying to peek through the ground for a few weeks, but a little frost and snow has delayed them, boo!
Well, the frost and snow can’t stop this flower! Hahaha!
I colored this flower from a page in the Spectrum Noir Colorista 5″x7″ Exquisite Florals coloring pad using Spectrum Noir Colorista markers, fussy cut it out and used that as the focal point of my card. I added a sparkly border using a blue Spectrum Noir Sparkle markers. Visit the Spectrum Noir website to see a tutorial on how to use the Sparkle markers to create these fun borders!
Spectrum Noir Sparkle Marker Border Tutorial