Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Cool Copics


Good afternoon : ) ! Whew, the past few days have been busy, busy, busy. Had a fun SU workshop with my Bling Babes Club last night : ) and 2 more classes/workshops coming right up... we're doing Spring~Mother's Day projects (I'll show you what we made next week)! The Copic Certification class in Eugene last Friday was SO MUCH FUN... and it's official, I'm a Copic Certified Designer! Cami (stampalittlelove) invited me to attend the class and man, am I ever glad I said yes! If you ever have the opportunity to attend one of Marianne's Copic classes, you don't want to miss it!! More details about the Copic Markers and you can contact Marianne about upcoming classes too...right HERE at copicmarkers.com! Today's cards were all made with the image pieces I was practicing and experimenting with at the Copic Class...so they're not perfect, but after Marianne's awesome instructions and inspiration, my shading is improved. Oh, how I love coloring. There's something therapuetic about it. Thank you (times a million) to Joy, from Eclectic Paperie, who was also at the class! She is so nice...such a sweetie! She let me stamp these wonderful Penny Black images! She's got her Copics on sale right now over at Eclectic Paperie, so if you're into Copics...check it out HERE, great prices! And...speaking of Copics, great news, COPIC BLOG CANDY over at Cami's BLOG...click HERE to hop on over to her blog and get yourself signed up!!!
That's all for now : )


Supplies for the first card~ Stamps: Cinnamon (Penny Black), Make a Wish (Amuse) Paper: Orchid Oppulence, Ballet Blue, White Ink: Brilliance Graphite Black Accessories: Copic Markers, Photo corner punch, Word Window Punch, Creative Candy (Amuse)

Supplies for the second card~ Stamps: Lazy Days (Penny Black), Lots of Thoughts (SU, retired), One of a Kind (SU, flower) Paper: Ballet Blue, Pumpkin Pie, White, Bali Breeze DP Ink: Brilliance Graphite Black, Pumpkin Pie Accessories: Copic Markers, 1 1/4 & 1 3/8" circle punches, Boho flower punch, Paper piercing tool/mat pack, Celery brad, 1/4" celery gg ribbon, Atyou Spica Gold glitter pen

Supplies for third card~ Stamps: Crush (Penny Black), Paper: Rose Red, Caramel, White, Cutie Pie DP Ink: Brilliance Graphite Black Accessories: Photo Corner punch, Hemp twine, large & small oval punches, SU love & happiness rub-ons (sentiment)

Have an AWESOME Day : ) !!!

9 comments:

Courtney said...

Ok so obviously I missed that you are the Nancy that was in the class that is also on my blog roll! I'm the one that tagged along with Kim at the very end of the class. Awesome cards. Great great job coloring them.

Flossie's Follies said...

these cards are fantastic, love the coloring, how wonderful, sounds like a great class and like you had a lot of fun, will have to check it out and see if they come anywhere near South Florida.

My lifes inky escape and more said...

So cute! Love all the bright colors. TFS!

3 Brats said...

These are fab!! I was wondering what color is the copic you use for shadowing/outling the image?
TIA!
M~

tonya said...

Wow...Nancy, these cards are so awesome!!

Ginger is my favorite, love the colors and the jewels! Alexis loves Crush's card, saying she is precious!!

Great job!

Lori Barnett said...

Heyyyy!!!! No fair!! I want to be Copic Certified too!! What's up with that! LOL These ladies better come to Arizona or I'm going to have a fit! Your cards are WAY CUTE!! I LOVE that Cinnamon! I have her on order :) Ok...so what color did you use for her skin? I actually have 2 Copic markers cause I wanted to "try" them. hummmm.....they need more friends! Anyhow, I have Skin White.

I also have some blog candy for the first time ever on my blog. Nothing even CLOSE to the Copic Candy...but a little something to share.

marianne said...

Great job coloring!! :) I know you'll enjoy many years of fun coloring from those copics. Can't wait to see you again - it was such a fun day!

Jackie said...

Nancy, your cards and coloring are fantastic!! I don't need Copics...I don't need Copics...I don't need Copics....and yes, coloring is therapeutic!!

Nancy Riley said...

Super cute cards, Nancy! I would love to attend that class .. your coloring is magnificent!