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WINNER UPDATE – Congratulations to Judy Hyre – this weeks lucky winner! WHY NOT WIN WEDNESDAY IS BACK from summer vacation!!!! YAHOOOOOOOOOOOO We love giving stuff away EVERY SINGLE WEDNESDAY!!!!! This week we are giving away a fabulous new product – “Crafty Case” from Canuck Crafts in British Columbia. The Full Case accommodates 84 markers / pens in 7 Spectrum Noir storage trays inside a natural canvas case. The case is ideal for any pen or marker type up to 5/8 inch by 6 inches. Take the case to your crop or workshop and arrive with organized markers, ready to get down to work. The prize package includes! 1 – Full Crafty Case – stores 84 markers in 7 trays, included 2 – Six Packs of Spectrum Noir markers – choice of colour family (markers shown are not included in the prize package – you pick six packs of your…

Hoping for spring! Materials: Magenta Stamps and cork sticker, Liquitex Gel Medium, book paper, Clearsnap inks, Canuck Crafts Spectrum Noir coloured pencils, Charcoal pencil I did this little art journal page to give myself a little bit of spring. I don’t think I am the only person who is ready for birds singing and sun shining! I started by using matt gel medium to attach these images over my background. I really like colouring over the gel medium with these Spectrum Noir pencils. They are so smooth and silky and blend beautifully. Happy Spring! To see more of Christy’s work visit her blog – Creating a Life I love to Share

Yummy Bo Bunny neutrals and Canuck Crafts Spectrum Noir Bendable Pencils! Materials: Bo Bunny patterned papers, stickers, flowers, wood embellishments and jewels, Canuck Crafts Spectrum Noir pencils, and blender marker, Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L.  Canuck Crafts Spectrum Noir pencils are so creamy and rich that they make them the perfect way to add colour to these beautiful Bo Bunny papers. I used them under my embellishments to create a beautiful peek-a-boo of warm colour.  I started by drawing a line where the edge of my photo will be and then colouring in areas around it.  I ran out of blending solution for the pencils, but in the pinch I discovered something fantastic!!! I used my blending Spectrum Noir Marker to polish and blend my colouring.  This makes it look like water colours, but without the bubbling and wetness of traditional water colour pencils. So the next time you want a…