News is out....there are some changes happening on our home front. We are just back from a vacation....the last one for a little while. I am heading back to school! Things will be very quiet on my blog as I imagine all my free time efforts will be for my studies. If inspiration does strike I will be sure to post it :)
Sympathy cards are not really a "joy" to create but can be good for the soul. This one made with a little copic technique. To get some pretty color on this Thomas Kincade image I added drops of Copic Various Ink to the stamp itself (BV00,G20, T2, BG70 and E31), let it dry and then spritzed lightly with blender solution and stamp. The second step (to get some good detail on this stamp) was to stamp again in the EXACT same spot with natural hybrid ink from MFT.
Embossed sentiment in gold and a little embossing over the edges along with a VERY simple layout for this busy scene.
I am heading to Calgary this weekend! Woohoo...and it looks like I am bringing some BC sunshine along with me....yay! See many of you soon!
More copic classes and details can be found on my Details page
or the Copic Website
....don't miss out!
We have been putting our heads together to create FANTASTIC educational classes for our papercrafting copic users!
What a journey!!!!
I thought it would be fun to look at a few years of our team.....committed women to bringing the very best of their talents to teach :)
You really should take some time out and attend a certification or workshop to see!
Today some new locations have been added to the workshop list....
We have CHARLOTTE, ORLANDO and LYNDHURST added to classes that are open for application. You can find more info on those classes HERE
on the copic website.
Don't forget to check out the other classes that are open....the full list of open classes are on my COPIC DETAILS PAGE HERE
Seeing some of you VERY soon in Calgary and Portland! Yay!
Our most recent photo....adding in sweet Michelle!
Welcome to the Colorful Copic & ART SQUARES blog hop!
You are in for treat today as Copic pairs up with the ever popular Art Squares by Inchie Arts. There are so many things to love about this pairing!
Did you know:
Art Squares are the perfect canvas for creating small-format art!
They come in 6 sizes (1 inch, 1.5 inch, 2 inch, 3 inch, 4 inch, and ATC).
Art Squares come in 7 colors (black, dark gray, light gray, kraft, dark cream, light cream and white).
They are perfect for wet or dry mediums.
Copic markers and inks look amazingly vibrant and deliciously rich on Art Squares!
Copic multiliners glide smoothly across the surface.
Work on the “top” or toothy side for the best results.
You can mix and match your mediums! No warping, bending or curling.
You can find more information about both Copic products and Inchie Art Squares at the links below.
All In An Inch - Inchie Arts Blog
Our teaching and design teams have been challenged to put marker (or ink) to these precision-cut matboard surfaces and see what happens! (You are not going to BELIEVE these samples… trust me - they rock!)
First up....I used a large 4x4 inchie in white to make this sweet little scene. I stamped with Taylored Expressions "Tanner" set. I then put my copic markers to work! I used a few stencils to airbrush the background (the trees and the the clouds). This would be super easy to mat on a card front or adhere a picture of your pooch to the backside!
Next up is a sweet little duo with a valentines' theme. These are created on the 2.5x3.5 size inchie ...the one on the left in white and the one on the left in cream.
The squirrel is from MFT's "Cute Critters" set and the elephant duo is from Paper Smooches "A little lovin". I used X-press its' new product "Stencil Sheets" to create the heart mask and put my airbrush to work. I love coloring with my copic gray markers!
Last up is a sweet little owl from Paper Smooches "Chubby Chums" set on a 2.5x3.5 inchie....I just did this inchie landscape instead of a profile orientation. I used my copic multiliner to draw his little wire perch and airbrushed with a cloud stencil the background.
Hope you enjoyed all the critter lovin' in this stop on the blog hop!
Hop along with these talented designers as they show you some more interesting and exciting ways to pair up two great products!
Sherrie Siemens You are here!