Hey, I have been doing some coloring of digi images with Copic to make some more cards for friends and family while I had some time this weekend for Christmas and for some of the bday's coming up next year.
Digi Image copyright by: Someoddgirl, Mo Manning and Elisabeth Bell.
I am still trying to learn so much from Copic markers and I keep practicing it every weekend. Here are some pictures I did from Make it Crafty, Elisabeth Bell Designs.
I am also working on some cards and planning to use these images there and as well as working on scrapbook page too.. I will share pics sometime soon..it is for Christmas and don't want to show it yet.
I created a tote for my Copic Markers after checking out several ideas online I came up of my own by picking and choosing from other's blog like Geeky and Sassy and Someoddgirl and bhelenj blog. It has pockets inside to keep other markers like wide/original/multiliner etc and ouside pocket for stamps etc and handles to carry around...what do you think..do you want to make one and need dimensions and directions do let me know or see the pic below it is pretty simple..holds around 250 markers..which at the moment for me is enough as I am not even close to it and will take me forever..hahaha.
Would love to hear your comments..let me know what you think.
Can't believe Christmas is almost here. I am making some cards for charity and for family. Here are some pics of cards I made using SVG Cuts file. The paper used are from my sponsor Graphic 45 and Basic Grey. The prints are so lovely on these papers. I used a golden shiny brads in one of them from We R Memory Keepers. I will be making some more and sharing the pictures here.
Are you planning on making any projects for Thanksgiving or Christmas..Leave a comment with link to project if you feel like sharing, we would love to see it.
Hope everyone is having a great time...I am sorry for not blogging but have been busy with classes and also due to ill-health everything got delayed. I managed to get some time out and play with my Copic markers.
Let me know your thoughts...and Happy Halloween!!!
Today is the 1st day of fall and I can't wait to see and make all fall color/theme projects at my class. I recently saw this video made by Michelle from Design Cloud 9 of how to make plastic charm for your scrap-booking/card making with Shrink Dink plastic and will be trying with fall projects..this is such a cool thing I really liked it and I am sure my students will love it..Enjoy the video made and generously offered to us by Michelle from Cloud 9.
Michelle Reene from DesignonCloud9 had agreed for us to share some of her tutorials. We do this tutorial in our class and love how easy her techniques are to follow. We had a great time working along this flocking technique tutorial on some card projects we did and hope you do too.
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I am back and missed my blog so much. I have now time to spend more time on my blogs, tutorial and giveaways as my classes have reduced to half then what it used to be last month..so soon we will be having fun again.
I just did some coloring with Copic Markers. As I don't have much choice of colors I used whatever I had. The paper I used was also not very co-operative however will have to make do with it. The digi-stamps used here are not my work and unfortunately, I don't recollect who it belongs as had it for long time on my computer .I would like to say thanks to whoever made these Digi-stamps .
Today we have a guest post: tutorial for card-making by Michelle Renee of Designsoncloud9. Her shop provides cute digi stamps, pattern sets, single pattern for scrap-booking, card making or for your paper crafting needs.This file comes in AI, SVG, PDF, JPEG, WPC, DXF, and GSD formats. Currently she is also running a special where you can get 25% off if you make a purchase of $25 or more. She also has some freebies on her website.
Check out the tutorial by Michelle on this cute card...isn't it just too cute to resist to make one.
See the card from different angle to see how popped up it is.
Hope you enjoy this tutorial and have a great time making it.
Thanks to Michelle Renee for sharing this wonderful tutorial with us.