Today I'm sharing a tutorial for coloring tulle with Spectrum Noir markers so you always have the perfect match!
I love using tulle on my projects! Its super cheap and it adds just a bit of flair, but the store where I get it from only carries white. I found it is easy to customize with my favorite Spectrum Noir colors!
The easiest way for me to color large strips of tulle, is to wrap it around a stamp block. Any bits of marker that go through the tulle onto the block can easily be cleaned off.
After wrapping the tulle, color with markers. If I was coloring ribbon, I would be more concerned about an even coverage but because of the airy quality of tulle it doesn't need to be perfectly colored.
I realized when I was about to mat my stamp image that I didn't have the perfect color cardstock. No problem! Using the wide end of the Spectrum Noir, I colored the edges of the mat. Now I have the perfect color pink for my card!
Crafters Companion (Humphrey- Make a Wish)
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I stamped just the flower section of the image on a piece of yellow cardstock and embossed it with white embossing powder. I knew that Popcorn would be centered on the panel and hide the fact the entire piece isn't covered with flowers.
Next I colored Popcorn with my Spectrum Noirs and added a bit of black pencil shadows when I was done.