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Spectrum Noir Sparkle Pen ( Video ) ( Blending with water for Great Backgrounds )

Update:  The Explore, Adventure, and Memories card was shown on HSN.




I love Spectrum Noir Sparkle Pens, the pens are great for coloring, making backgrounds for your cards ( which I will be demonstrating ), or just adding a glittery sparkle to your crafts.  These are probably the most used items in my craft room.  They are used on most every card I do.  Money well spent and if you are interested remember HSN will have its Crafting Event on July 11 2017, so make sure to tune in, they may have a bundle deal??????

This is done with a Splatter technique.  Pick your colors and water color paper, make sure the ink is moving down into the brush and splatter the paper with as many colors as you like.  Caution, make sure you have paper towels around to catch the extra splatter that goes off of the card.  Grab a spray bottle of water and start to spray the paper, the more you spray the more blending you will get.  The balloon stamp is from Sheena Time Traveler Collection.
  See below, I have posted a video .

The same technique was done with this card, the only difference is I did not spray as much water onto the card, which gives it a confetti look, so you can control the look.  The thing I love the most about this technique is you can make any paper match with what any accessories you maybe using. No hunting for matching paper.   I used  Spectrum Aqua water color paper.  Enjoy the Video, and as always, if you have any questions please let me know.  Happy Crafting!!!!!



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