Hi Copic Fans! Linda here! Hope you are warm and cozy. In Middle Tennessee where I am it’s freezing! Brrrr Since a large portion of the USA is iced or snowed under I thought I would share a winter card. This image, ‘Skating Fun Fhiona’, is from Your Next Stamp and can be purchased from iCopic.com.
YNS image ‘Skating Fun Fhiona’
Memento tuxedo black ink
B0000, 00, 02
Y11, 13, 15
YR 20, 31, 23
C0, 1, 2
Really Reasonable Ribbon ribbon and leaves
Papertrey Ink white cardstock
Echo Park designer paper
Nestabilities snowflake and square
Stickles (under the Glossy Accents)
Glossy Accents (to make the ice effect)
Hobby Lobby sentiment, snowflakes, brads
Be careful if you are out in this icy weather. Hope you have time to create something fun while you are home.
Thanks for stopping by. Linda C
Hi all! Wanda here. This is my card of the week here on the iCopic Blog! You can buy the Stella stamp right here too! Check it out – lots of good stuff…and did you know that there are new Copic colors coming out soon? EEEK! I cannot wait…seriously! Hope you like my little Paris Stella Valentine!
Her hair was finished off with E59 and E53. The “white” shiny part is actually a very light beige. You can leave that white too- just preference. Her dress is colored with the rosy shades of RV32 and RV34.
For today’s Tuesday Tips and Tricks segment, I have a little video for you about using your airbrush with the Copic Ciao markers. The marker holder part of the airbrush system is designed to hold the Copic Sketch markers.
I happen to prefer the Copic Ciao markers, but still want to be able to use the airbrush system so I found my own little work around.
Easy, huh? It cost me one dollar to “convert” my airbrush system and I can easily remove the addition so that I can use Sketch markers too!
Today, we have a lovey dovey color combo for you! I can’t wait to see what you all create for this one.
As always, to enter, follow these easy steps:
1. Become a follower of our blog, if you aren’t already.
2. Post your original creation with your entry and the link back to iCopic’s Color Challenge on your blog. You can make ANY type of project that includes the use of Copics: greeting card, scrapbook page, altered art, 3D project, illustration, etc. Anything goes as long as Copics are used!
3. The colors need to be as close to the challenge’s color theme as possible.
The challenge will end on Sunday, February 6th (Noon EST). The winner will be chosen by the True Random Number Generator.
Here is the color combo:
And the winner for Challenge #14 is Mindy BaxterV (Card #5). Please email us (firstname.lastname@example.org) your shipping address, thank you!
And here is a gorgeous inspiration card made by Linda:
InLinkz is becoming a subscription service (and when you stop paying monthly, they will remove all the past links!! yikes!) and therefore we are looking into alternative linking widgets. For this week, please add a link to your project in the comments section below.