My Copic Storage
I struggled for a long time on how I should store my copic markers. I found this beverage carrying thingy at Target over the summer and I h...
These Copic hair and skin colors combinations and many more can all be found in detail in the January/February issue of Through The CraftRoom Door magazine. Also on my blog
Whimsy Stamps Inspirations Magazine - Issue 11
Whimsy Stamps brings you Issue 11 of it's free publication magazine! It's jammed packed with tons of tutorials and inspiration by the Whimsy Stamps magazine staff designers, rubber and digital designers, and guest designers.
Colouring with two Copic Markers
Hello, dear Copic friends, Hallo liebe Copicfreunde, today I want to show you two techniques that can help you, when you have only two shades of a colour. We do always recommend to use three Marker to achieve a nice blending, but sometimes this is just not possible. heute möchte ich euch zwei Techniken vorstellen, mit denen ihr euch behelfen könnt, wenn ihr nur zwei weiter auseinanderliegende Farbtöne zur Verfügung habt. Wir empfehlen ja grundsätzlich, für einen schönen Farbverlauf drei…
A Colorful Childhood
I spent all day cleaning and sorting the Chi's room yesterday. Tossed out old toys, books and clothes while she was at school..the only way to do it. She was pretty stoked when she got home and, yes, believe it or not, she actually keeps her art supplies pretty neat!
Hair and skin colors using Copic markers
Here are a few of the Copic marker hair and skin colors I use. I will add more each week. You can find the image at Saturated Canary, I j...
Copic Marker Storage
These are the storage towers I made to hold my copic markers, prisma pencils and gel pens. They are made out of foam board from the dollar store and not too hard to make. For travel, I use a separate piece of foam board that is the same size as the back of the tower. I wrap wide elastic around it and secure with velcro. Instructions: Supplies Needed: 1 (20”x30”) foam board Exacto knife, metal ruler and cutting mat Aleene’s Glue (I used Fast Grab Tacky Glue) Flat-headed pins (“Satin” pins…
Copic Marker Box
. Here is how you can make your own box. First you need the ArtBin Double Deep W/ Removable Divider For the insert that hold the markers in place, it is really very easy. Here is what you need . This is the grid that hold the markers in place. It is only florescent light covers from Plaskolite I bought mine at Lowes. You can cut the grid with wire nippers. The size is 19 holes x 19 holes. (that means you have that dimensions after cut. ) You need two of them. On the bottom layer you will…
Marker Storage by XcessStamps - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers
This is not an original idea. I saw this on SCS but now can't find the thread - sigh. This storage unit is made from a vinyl downspout (10'x4"x5 1/2") cut into 5" pieces and 6 1/4" pieces. We used foam board for bottom, sides and back. Held together with hot glue. As you can see I have plenty of room for more Copics! :) Overall measurements 13" h. x 6 1/2 w. x 15 1/4 l.
Coloring...Organized by fionna51 - Cards and Paper Crafts at Splitcoaststampers
Well, I used to have this stuff all over. Over time the sharpies and bics were in a basket, the scrapbooking pens in CM containers, the fine-tip sharpies in a pen bag, and the watercolor pencils and crayons and the prismas and verithins were in the original tins. All over the place. No good. So, one day I was in an art supply store and they had some empty bins sitting there so I got bold and asked if they had any they wanted to get rid of. She gave me one, and told me there was a new one…